A woman calmly pulls a handgun from her purse and opens fire on six colleagues while sitting around a conference table at a staff meeting.
A man on a military base executes 13 people who wear the same uniform he does.
Mind-boggling 35 Los Angeles professionals ply their celebrity clients with powerful drugs
under questionable circumstances using fake names in less than a decade, and now some very famous
entertainers lay as dead as if they’d died in ancient Rome.
A businessman in Delaware turns out to be the worst child rapist in American history – 103 little kids.
What do these individuals have in common? Well, they have each achieved the highest level of medical degrees to be found on plant earth.
That, and their names are now scribed into the wall of shame known as the National Practitioner Data Bank, and viewed as “Dangerous” or “Questionable” by professionals who know what they are talking about – the Health Research Group.
They also join the 2,490 other doctors who found it impossible to remain on the ethical side of the law, just in the last twelve months alone.*
The only aspect of the stunning volume of U.S. doctor crime more despicable than the acts themselves, is the outright enabling of it by their otherwise ethical peers, as well as all 50 state medical boards, who have become quite adept at turning a blind eye toward bizarre doctor behavior until it’s far too late.
We find it both fascinating and deplorable that not one word of this horror was mentioned during the entire, incessant,five-year babble called “health care reform.”
The fact that NO public discussion occurred; the fact that this American embarrassment is ignored during a time when true progress could be achieved, is not merely ridiculous. It is morally reprehensible.
* compilations, U.S. Department of Justice, FBI & state attorneys general annual reports; 48 state medical quality assurance boards, agenda data
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