Gems Adrift AZBN

 

Once I had employment that sometimes would leave us unable to go to work and we’d be stranded in a big city for several days before the weather would allow us to return to work. I would find my way to the local/county /U.S. Courthouse to be entertained. New York City had 24/7 that was super educational. Once a prosecutor defined a defendant as presumed guilty for witnesses identified defendant as having unique Tattoo. Whatever error the prosecutor made became evident when stated defendant lacked any such tattoo. The defense attorney referred to the prosecutor’s work as a ‘Real Gem’. The look on the judge’s face, as well as the prosecutor’s face made it clear that ‘Gem’ is an industry known slang as idiot.

So if you’re trapped on a deserted island and found a large valuable diamond on the beach what could you do with it?? There is nobody to exchange anything with. None-the-less its value remains high. So you’re a nurse whose been illegally rim-racked by the AZBN , and you’ve got ‘Gems’ for evidence, what can you do with it?? I mean we all know about the corrupt adm law court, not to mention defendant attorneys openly calling this Board an ‘Absolute Monster’ I know there are you going the way of an outside court. Many will appreciate your journey as to get more ‘Gems’ of evidence into documentation. This is critical to help make nursing history available in the future. Names and Dates and Locations….Super.

The passing of this knowledge to active nurses, especially the students, is essential for morality to be be weighed. We, the ‘Gems’ Carrying crowd, have been duped by our own consciousness of innocence. Blindly adhering to the moral high ground thinking it’ll all be good as we got right on our side. I actually was totally unaware that a witness could be well into Alzheimer’s disease and still be considered a dash more than a crooked prop to make a case; as long as they are a physician or $ person. There is no moral high ground, and with this crooked adm and agency the only approach is yet to been seen in 21. Happy New Year to all. I’ll be seeing you in some of the usual places.