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  • madjo
    +8

    I'm left wondering why he did what he did. Why was he ready to leave the love and kindness etc behind to become a coldblooded killer, and why did none of his colleagues stop him after reading that email?

    • ScrabbleDudesGF
      +7

      I'm also wondering how he got away with making "mistakes" as big as cutting and not repairing major veins without others in the operating room jumping in. It said that he was stopped one time, why not the others?

      • madjo
        +6

        I, for one, wouldn't trust that hospital to treat my goldfish.

      • Urbanknight4
        +5

        Honestly. After leaving a freaking sponge inside a dude, how was his incompetence not reported? Aren't there thousands of good doctors ruined, their jobs virtually erased thanks to lesser mistakes and a zealous medical oversight board? Where the heck was the Inquisition now?

    • Gozzin
      +2

      Same here...Has his own brain gone south or something?

  • Urbanknight4
    +4

    His attorney is an absolute nincompoop, and thinks the jury and general public is, too. Lets pretend she's right, that they were honest mistakes. Well, his honest mistakes gravely injured two people, paralized another, and killed a fourth. And that's only in recent events. This guy is the poster child for malpractice and imbecility if he really did make "honest mistakes". I mean, Jesus... my mistakes got me an F in high school. His mistakes killed people, in plural.

    But hey, he's not actually innocent. He's just another scumbag killer, only this one has (had) a medical license.

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