Persons inducted onto The Wall of Shame are those persons who by their actions, or inactions, allow for the continued varied abuses by AA/12 Step programs of the individual in need of real support and help.
Bill Wilson http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_W.
Born in Vermont on 11/26/95, William Griffith Wilson (Bill W.) is considered a co-founder of AA when in fact all Bill W. did was incorporate some previous religious movements into a new age religious movement.
Robert Holbrook Smith (Dr. Bob) was a proctologist that lived in Akron, Ohio. Dr. Bob is considered a co-founder of the new age religious movement known as Alcoholics Anonymous.
E. Morton Jellinek
The General Service Board of Alcoholics Anonymous, Inc. http://www.aa.org/
Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.
Alcoholics Anonymous Grapevine, Inc.
- Mark Mishek - Chief Executive Officer
- Marv Seppela - Chief Medical Officer
The US Court System
The state court systems
Parole/Probation offices and staff
The states departments of corrections
The 12 Step treatment centers
The U.S insurance industry
Dr. Dave and Bill (NY Daily News)
Gabor Mate – Greatest disappointment
The Parity Act
Dr. Harry Tiebout
Frank Nathan Daniel Buchman
Up With People
Moral Re-Armament (formerly known as the Oxford Group)
Richmond Walker - author
BBC - British Broadcasting Corporation
Chris Raymer >> http://www.originsrecovery.com/our-staff/chris-raymer/
Mel B. (Mel Barger)
The most complete history of A.A. ever written. Not God contains anecdotes and excerpts from the diaries, correspondence, and occasional memoirs of A.A.'s early figures. A fascinating, fast-moving, and authoritative account of the discovery and development of the program and fellowship that we know today as Alcoholics Anonymous.