There comes a time when there is a point which long term, deleterious public abuse will not be tolerated, this doesn’t want to apply to Arizona.
Barry Scheck, who took enormous bad hits for being on the O.J. defensive team, went on to define greed, stupidity and neglection of duty in 100s of other cases. A brilliant investigator whose solid integrity never stumbled. These levels of discrepancies rudely reign in and around the AZBN with demonstrations of false witnessing, witnesses with Alzheimer’s disease, imposters, and most importantly filtered through the corrupted attorney generals’ office.
We, as nurses are the largest group of workers in the world. The only administrative positive is the highly mechanized ability of the AZBN to eliminate the constitution. That’s a positive? It is for the Board. No doubt our group has a huge potential of addiction and drug theft which, if we could eliminate, we could also get rid of the AZBN.
The evidence of constitutional violations fills databanks but when the administration defines the power of the AZBN you just as well might fill out the paperwork long before the case has a chance with the truth. The stupidity of this paperwork is viewed with the genius of Bill Gates. The trail of corrupted governmental evidence is quite remarkable. How one has the balls to determine the outcome of a case in advance is the academy award for arrogance. How does Bill know this? He invented the technology in the back room, and the Bd is tracked through its own system. Easy to find.
There will come a time when that victimized nurse will break the assembly line abuse of good nurses who report patient safety issues, and it maybe at a high price. Somebody’s got to be watching the clock that is rapidly advancing on 12 noon, and take the public concerns to the street for the duel of a lifetime. Somebody has to do it. Who is that nurse? You?
“The once honorable profession of law now fully functions as a bottom-line business, driven by greed and the pursuit of power and wealth, even shaping the laws of the United States outside the elected Congress and state legislatures.” Retired Az Judge John F. Malloy.