I know it must be quite the professional cake walk to prosecute nurses, as well as other health care professionals, through a system that basically has no rules. If you have the power to violate one rule, you eventually violate them all; THEREFORE finding professional success in serving up nurses in a totalitarian regulatory agency is a win win for the likes of Krishna, Campbell and the likes.
The prior article about the corrupted Nurse April Cobia case created large enough responses to the closing of comments. Overflow spam locker, along with many personal emails announcing gratitude for info. All of the articles/posts on this site have collaborative documentation, and in most cases already in evidence, which is critical to support all of the complaints of perjury, suborning perjury, mail fraud, tampering with evidence and the purity of fact of simply immoral behavior. The knowledge of defense failure in a totalitarian government is only uselful for the future when the accumulation of immorals is noteworthy enough to help the catalysis of the ‘Third Leading Cause of Death’ declaration is the U.S. health care system. That knowledge of uselessness associated with the claim of ‘Protecting the Public’ only survives in the world of developing permanent history of such with names and locations and dates. Presently many, many nurses know about these facts. What is needed is to have that very same info net accessible 25 yrs from now. A very well respected alumnae, with a .edu site, has goals so decades from now Campbell’s name can be brought up as well, in evidence, documents supporting the creation of corporate controlled health care where no good deed goes unpunished. Peary Brown, retired R.N.