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  • "I think the underlying function here is the resources available to provide a range of services are inadequate," Mr. Stewart said, after offering preliminary recommendations to improve how the mental-health system responds to people on the verge of psychotic explosions. "I think a full understanding of the Virginia system for psychiatric emergencies will reveal where corrections need to be made."

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  • “Lance Armstrong — he has been ruined,” James Stewart, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author and lawyer who studied perjury, said recently from his office in New York City.

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