Amazing how many lab coat lunatics graduate from med school and then forget how to keep their pee-pees tucked into their adult pants.
A Coachella Valley real estate developer who was once a physician until his medical license was revoked, has been convicted yet again of sexual harassment.
The former doctor, Suresh Shah, was found guilty last week by a Riverside County Superior Court jury after a month-long trial in Palm Springs.
Court records show that a property leasing agent at the Town Center Mall, Karen Moran, was believed credible by the jury, when she complained that Shah had committed gender discrimination and sexual harassment, during a 6-month period that began in the summer of 2007.
During the trial attorney John Dalton presented eight other women who testified to sexual misconduct by Shah toward them. The women reported that Shah would touch Moran inappropriately and use “vulgar, gender-based language” when talking to her and other female employees. They testified he would often ask for sexual encounters in exchange for higher salaries, and repeatedly sent them sexually explicit emails.
“Frankly, I think the jury was incensed by this man’s behavior,” Dalton said.
Shah, age 72, was ordered by the court to pay $250,000 in compensatory damages, and because the jury also believed Shah acted with “malice” he must also pay $1,000,000 in punitive damages.
Here’s more: http://www.nosexualharassment.com/
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Before he emigrated to the United States this Third World Assassin attended Municipal Medical College Gujarat University in Ahmedabad and graduated in 1975.
This man’s real name is Sureshchandra C. Shah and we knew him personally when he was Chief of Anesthesiology at John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital in Indio in the 1980s. Our rescue team clearly recalls being advised when his medical license was revoked in 2000, and he was therefore not legally able to see our patients, as the result of serious ethical violations including sexual misconduct with patients.
And in the year 2008 the California State Medical Board performed a very rare act, when they denied his re-licensure, determining that this man was not fit to treat patients in any capacity.
Shah’s behavior around medical staff members we were familiar with, was part of the impetus for us to write “America’s Dumbest Doctors.”