The following comment from the web site of Josh Voorhees summarizes the disdain that most Americans have for quacks like G. Dick Miller:
Meanwhile, in San Diego, a teen of more modest means was sentenced today to six years in state prison after pleading guilty to vehicular manslaughter for driving while intoxicated and causing a crash that killed a 22-year-old motorist. Justice is indeed measured by the size of one’s bank account.
I believe Miller’s license to practice psychology should be permanently revoked or suspended and he should be prosecuted as an accomplice to vehicular manslaughter. In case you didn’t know by now, the testimony of G. Dick Miller and his usage of the term Affluenza and the gutless juvenile court judge Jean Boyd, allowed Ethan Couch to be sentenced to only 10 years probation without serving a single day of prison time! Former NYC prosecutor Paul Callan got it right when he declared that some time in jail tends to cure Affluenza! I really wish Roswell cartoonist Keith Bell had crafted a drawing accentuating the violation of justice that the rich parents of Couch managed to pull off.