The Immorality of Camelot AZBN

There is no doubt that the law, or what is called the law, doesn’t need evidence of motive to convict a respondent/defendant of a violation and or crime when the AZBN decides to apply the Az Attorney General’s office to get the decisions against a nurse. The one point every nurse knows is what they did and what is claimed they did, or didn’t do. The lynch mob including Mark “Nunchucks” Brnovich, Beth A. Campbell, Linda Monas, Joey Ridenour, Diane Mihalsky, Isaac Thapedi, Therese Rowan and Randy Quinn are violators of what is suppose to be the law in Arizona. The laws depicting perjury can be vague in terms of the way the statute is written. However, a lie under oath which causes undo influences upon the outcome of the case, is perjury. Leading witnesses, physicians, psychologists, investigators to make statements under oath about evidence that doesn’t exist is called suborning perjury. All are felonies and serious felonies. has anybody in this administration ever been charged with these crimes? Nurses generally know the answer to the questions they ask. In this case it is NO, and HELL NO. This law Section 32-1263.02 states the AZBN will not file a complaint on its own motion or from an event more than 4 years old. This behavior by these individuals is premeditated and motivated by the immoral desires from greed of success. A deadly sin.

How one develops good moral character maybe a road traveled that Naval Intelligence states you WILL NOT talk about events that occurred in a foreign land for 55 years. And yes they actually do that. The protection of our integrity relies upon the laws we obey, or do not obey, and what we are willing to do to to keep it quiet. Its  easier to say Sgt Hestor was killed by enemy gunfire instead of murdered for child rape of a young girl. One for morality. Point, there is somebody who has the hard evidence of immoral testimonies, and motions that isn’t going to wait 55 years to tell the whole valley and the country. Many nurses know and does it make a difference?? The strongest Bull with all the power that continues to waste his power on uselessness will eventually tire and get stuck in barbed wire. 

The vision of this page has been directed at bringing a regulatory agency called the AZBN into the view of the public eye. With its large number of views it has been successful at presenting evidence the AZBN does not. Defining it by long standing nurses who’ve worked the field is invaluable for the public to see the wasted resources which has led the U.S. into the most expensive and the most dangerous health care system in the industrialized world. All of these informational pages can vanish so moving it to hard copies and manuscripts to be forever etched in nursing history is imperative. Physicians and nurses and investigators falsify evidence to protect their income. 

Peary Brown, retired R.N. ” The best don’t come for money, only the ordinary do.” T.E. Lawence

The Flip Side of Bad AZBN

About 20 years ago I was working the med surg unit in a small community hospital in New England and sharing the lunch room table in the break room with a traveler from Arizona. On the T.V. was a sheriff interviewing a prison inmate whose complete interviewing clearly was designed to humiliate the young prisoner and to demonstrate how he, as wayward young man, had destroyed his life and disrupted the lives of innocent civilians. This was on the then Court TV Channel and the sheriff’s demeanor seemed he was enjoying this interview. The nurse I was sitting with was a Latino from Arizona and I said to her, “Why is this sheriff allowed to do this, and on national TV?” 

She said, “Thats Broadway Joe Arpaio, he promotes himself in the media by using prisoners, mostly Hispanics whose life he says has caused damage to the community.”

I could tell from her tone the Latino nurse was not impressed and further went on to say, “I get pulled over in Phoenix probably 5 times a year and harrassed about nothing. I know other Latinos who’ve been robbed by the Arpaio posses.”

“Doesn’t the administration there know this and step in?” I said in emotional disbelief.

She calmly said, “Of course, they allow it.”

By the time I traveled to Arizona to work as an R.N. I was a seasoned clinician whose immediate assessment of desert nursing was they needed help, and lots of it. A long time went by and I reached full retirement and decided it was a good time to open up a quack or two. I had heard about the Medical Mafia whose own laws of Mormon Delight wrap themselves as Angels of Rightenous and burn everybody in their way of making $. The Navy way is what I did.

Of the many interviews this page and group has done very few allow their real names used. However, all were asked tell us something good they’ve done that the AZBN’s disciplinary account of them did not mention. One nurse had worked 72 hrs straight in the middle of 911. Another had delivered a baby in a remote camp during a blizzard by candle light, and all was well. Another, whom I know personally, dragged a 200lb marine from a burning building while under enemy fire. All were experienced R.N.s who never saw the AZBN coming. Why oh Why are their names unknown?? The fear of an administration that would allow dickheads like Broadway Joe to get away with murder makes these quality nurses hide. Nurses should avoid Arizona as there is no law this corrupt board aheres to.

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Peary Brown retired R.N.