What Exactly is a ‘Third World Assassin?’ Well, Here’s One More . . .

Poster child for 'Third World Assassins'

Poster child for ‘Third World Assassins’

In Eastern Tennessee an Indian physician and his wife have been arrested on a federal warrant because investigators discovered the pair routinely bought foreign, unapproved drugs and then administered them to unknowing cancer patients at their clinic.

Prosecutors state that Doctor Anindya Kumar Sen, age 64, and his wife, Patricia Posey Sen, who live in Greeneville, bought in excess of $3,000,000 in illegal pharmaceuticals.

Patricia Posey Sen functioned as the office manager

Patricia Posey Sen functioned as the office manager

The indictment alleges the Sens, through their business, the East Tennessee Cancer & Blood Center, dealt in misbranded drugs, illegally imported drugs and conspiracy.

The U.S. attorney’s office for the Eastern District of Tennessee revealed that illegal billings were submitted to Medicare, TennCare and other health payors, claiming that all drugs being administered to cancer patients were approved by the Federal Drug Administration, when exactly the opposite was true.

The trial for the couple is scheduled to begin in early September.

Here’s more: http://www.justice.gov/usao/tne/news/2013/June/062713%20Sen%20Indictment%20Misbranded%20Drugs.html

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This Indian-born physician emigrated to the U.S. after graduating from Maulana Azad Medical College, at Delhi University in 1972. As so many thousands of other foreign doctors, Sen quickly learned that U.S. physician oversight is laughably weak. Had the doctor and his wife not gotten so greedy, they might never have been caught. Regardless that this physician put many patients at risk in order to enlarge his personal wealth, you can rest assured that he will receive the bare minimum punishment, and he will assuredly NEVER be deported.

The U.S. does not deport criminal doctors. We spank their wrists; quietly relicense them; allow them to treat patients again, and hide their crimes from the public.


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4 thoughts on “What Exactly is a ‘Third World Assassin?’ Well, Here’s One More . . .

  1. M says:

    This is xenophobic, uninformed, assumptive garbage, nothing more. You sir do not know the parties in question nor do you know the full story of the indictment. It may come as a surprise to you but here in the USA we are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Furthermore how dare you suggest the deporting of a naturalized American citizen. Speaking of deportation, perhaps the author of this dribble would be more comfortable in a trial-less state.

    Unspeakable indeed.

    • I suggest you look up the definition of xenophobia. My concern has nothing to do with “foreigners.” It has to do with bad doctors, and their abject lack of supervision.

      The reality is, if we here at MedicalMiscreants had chosen to do so, we could focus exclusively on foreign-born MDs who commit crimes. Lord knows there are thousands of them. In case you haven’t noticed, 95% of the lab coat lunatics we investigate were born right here in the USA. Third World Assassins are but one group we bring to the attention of the readers.

      As far as this particular physician is concerned – a U.S. marshal provided us with the indictment. You appear to have no idea what the preponderance of evidence is in this case.

      This man has the presumption of innocence by a jury.

      He is afforded no presumption of innocence in the court of public opinion.

      • M says:

        In regard to the xenophobia, I point firstly to the inflammatory title “third-world assassins,” to the unnecessary and irrelevant reference to his ethnic background, to the outrageous suggestion that be be deported. He is not an Indian citizen; rather, he has been an American citizen for over 30 years and has perhaps more right to be here than someone born here. Even if found guilty, why should he be deported? Herein is the xenophobia; no matter how long one has been here, no matter if one is a naturalized citizen, he or she is still at the end of the day “foreign.”

        On the contrary I am well aware of the details of this case, including the defendants’ claim to have been duped by a Canadian company masquerading as an American company, a possibility entirely overlooked in this article. As for the court of public opinion, the local community is very much in support of Dr. Sen and his wife, who have been serving patients in the area tirelessly for twenty years. This piece however is hardly “public opinion,” being based solely upon the indictment.

      • M –

        I didn’t invent the term Third World Assassins. It happens to be used in the corridors of medical facilities nationwide.

        By medical professionals who witness off-the-chart misbehavior to patients every damned day.

        Ask around. Do some homework.

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