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Portland's Dr. Death Found Guilty in AustraliaAl Hayward for Salem-News.com
Oregon goes after esteemed medical marijuana physicians but allows the killers to move to Australia.
(MELBOURNE) - Following a 14 week trail and 50 hours of deliberation, a jury found Portland, Oregon's Dr. Jayant Patel dubbed “Dr. Death” guilty on 3-counts of manslaughter, from botched death resulting surgery he performed on three patient in Australia.
This long overdue verdict is a slap in the face of Portland, Oregon's Kaiser Hospital that gave him a good recommendation when he departed Oregon to continue his sloppy surgery in Australia.
And to Oregon's Medical Board who's job it is to protect the public from doctors like "Dr. Death" Patel.
It seems that they were so busy making sure that some vet wouldn't grow his own, "legal in Oregon" medical marijuana that they let the real killers like Dr. Patel go on killing.
Our own Dr. Phillip Leveque, a World War Two Combat Veteran who went onto become a Professor of Pharmacology, Forensic Toxicologist and Osteopathic Physician, was hounded and fined by the Oregon Medical Board, which was bent on bringing the good doctor down.
Dr. Leveque trained the first western doctors in Tanzania and Uganda. He worked with thousands of Vietnam Veterans who suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. He lost his license to practice medicine because he signed a medical marijuana permit for a patient who qualified for medical marijuana on several counts, but was unable to travel hundreds of miles for a physical, due to being handicapped and poverty ridden.
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