Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Behind the Curtain

When I read this I went -  NO, REALLY?  How ironic,  coming from an supposed "expert" on improving Doctor-Patient relationships.  Well that is what defines "expert" the ability to write/publish a book.  Good enough.  Does that include jacking off on them?  Wow to think Clinton was nearly impeached over the same said stain. And here is his wife now running for his former job. Beats the requisite jewelry men usually buy.

This was  obviously a little gift for me as I have been quite the poison pen with regards to the sheer level of malfeasance in the medical industrial complex and the problems with men's sexual rage and frustration, it was like a double header!!   This is front page in The Washington Post and Jezebel as he such a perfect male specimen of the type of White Successful Male whom we are to either aspire or admire. I have a different label for him.

Will his next TED talk be about how to rape women the Bill Cosby way?   As something tells me there is not just two victims.  And regardless of the Libertarian sect that continually demean the Lisak theory that men are serial rapists, I am going there is a pattern here and more than one so good enough.

 Perhaps he could blame PTSD from serving in the military.  There will be of course blame laying, finger pointing or excuse making.  I might actually know a Lawyer in NYC who specializes in White Collar Criminal Law.  Does that include White Coats? This "blawger" writes incessantly about how women are deserving, although of course inadvertently at times  by well being women (good enough), that have men raping them and confusing that with sex.  He would be the perfect blowhard to represent the perfect retard.

E.R. Doctor at Mt. Sinai Hospital Charged With Sexual Abuse of 2 Patients

JAN. 19, 2016

A prominent emergency room doctor at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan was arrested on Tuesday and accused of drugging, groping and masturbating on a female patient and groping another in separate episodes several months apart, the authorities said.

The charges against the doctor, David H. Newman, 45, a proponent of reforms in emergency care who has written widely about improving doctor-patient relationships, describe him targeting young women for abuse when they sought medical treatment.

In one case, a 29-year-old woman called the authorities on Jan. 12 and said she had gone to the emergency room at Mount Sinai on the Upper East Side for shoulder pain, where between midnight and 2 a.m. that day she was assaulted by Dr. Newman, the police said.

Nurses initially gave the woman pain pills and a morphine shot before taking her in for an X-ray, a law enforcement official said, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss a continuing investigation. Then Dr. Newman came into her room and gave the woman another shot of morphine, even after she told the doctor that she had already received one.
Dr. David H. Newman, who was arrested on Tuesday and accused of groping two patients at Mount Sinai Hospital in separate episodes several months apart.

She told investigators that she began to slip in and out of consciousness. The woman, wearing a hospital gown, felt Dr. Newman grab her breasts and then ejaculate on her body, the official said. She told investigators that the drugs had incapacitated her.

She later put the gown, which she told the police had Dr. Newman’s semen on it, into a plastic bag in a hospital bathroom, apparently to preserve evidence, the official said.

Dr. Newman was charged with sexual abuse and forcible touching, the police said.

After news reports emerged about those accusations, a second woman came forward on Saturday and told the police that Dr. Newman had abused her during an examination. The woman, 22, had gone to the emergency room with a cold around 6 p.m. on Sept. 21 when, she told investigators, Dr. Newman groped her breasts, according to a criminal complaint. He has been charged with sexual abuse in that episode.

In a statement, Mount Sinai said Dr. Newman “has been suspended from Mount Sinai pending the outcome of the investigation, and we continue to cooperate fully with the appropriate authorities.”

The statement added: “He has not provided care to patients at Mount Sinai since the investigation began. We take the nature of these allegations very seriously and continue to conduct our own extensive internal inquiry.”

Dr. Newman appeared in court on Tuesday night, where a judge ordered him held on $50,000 cash bail or $150,000 bond. His defense lawyer could not be reached for comment.

Online biographies describe Dr. Newman as the director of clinical research in the department of emergency medicine at the hospital’s medical school, and say that he worked in a combat support hospital in Baghdad as a major in the United States Army Reserve. In 2008 he published a book, “Hippocrates’ Shadow: Secrets From the House of Medicine.”

The back cover says that Dr. Newman “sees a lack of candid communication between doctors and patients,” and that the book exposes “the patterns of secrecy and habit in modern medicine’s carefully protected subculture.”

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