Pockets of Medical Homicideor Murder
In America's Medical Industry?

Legal professor's treatise on the crimes of homicide and murder when someone in the medical industry does anything to shorten a person's life, such as an opiate overdose that results in death. See www.defraudingamerica.com/humbach_medical_homicide.html.

Discover the widespread involvement of doctors in medical homicides in California, and the documented and pictured sequences of how they put a lady named Glenda to death. Discover how easy you, or a loved one, can be "eliminated" by the expanding pockets of corruption among certain doctors, and considered acceptable by California oversight bureaucrats.  www.defraudingamerica.com/euthanasia_california.

Medical Industry Murders of Children

An example of how medical personnel kill patients in their care, and their colleagues say nothing, occurred inn Texas. The nurse, Genene Anne Jones, killed up to 46 infants and children. She injected an overdose of either digoxin, heparin, or succinylcholine, that brought about the death of the children.

Jones worked as a licensed vocational nurse in the Pediatric Intensive care unit at the Bexar County Hospital in San Antonio. It was there that statistical records showed an inordinate number of children dying which Jones worked there. To avoid possible litigation from the murders, instead of investigation who was responsible for the deaths, the hospital terminated all of the LVNs, including Jones. To prevent litigation from the priors murders, hospitals gave subsequent employers good references about her, and also destroyed records of her prior activities to avoid being sued.

Upon receiving an acceptable report from Bexar County Hospital, Jones was hired at a nearby pediatric physician's clinic in Kerrville, Texas. Six more children quickly died under suspicious circumstances. The doctor at that clinic discovered puncture marks in a bottle of succinylcholine in the drug storage. Only that doctor and Jones had access to it.

Upon having the contents of the succinylcholine bottle analyzed, it was found to be diluted with water. Jones was then charged with the murders of six children at that clinic. Upon being found guilty, she was sentenced to 99 years in prison for killing one patient,15-month-old Chelsea McClellan with succinylcholine. Later that year, she was sentenced to a concurrent term of 60 years in prison for nearly killing another patient, Rolando Jones. with heparin.

Jones later used the excuse that she was acting in the best interests of her patients, that she killed, in order to justify the need for a pediatric intensive-care unit in Kerrville. Because of a Texas law, Jones will be released in 2017.


Sampling of Media Articles on Medical Homicides

"Gone Without a Case: Suspicious Elder Deaths Rarely Investigated:" http://www.propublica.org/article/gone-without-a-case-suspicious-elder-deaths-rarely-investigated?key=0.

Hospice practice of easily-committed immunized homicide in United Sates. (And the natives worry about "possible" death panels, ignorant of their already existence!!)


Medical Homicides' Occurrence in United States:
Covered UpLike Priest Sexual Crimes

Exerts from one article http://www.hospicepatients.org/no-prn-morphine-copd.html stated:

Hospice Patients Alliance has received many, many reports from families about patients with COPD who were given morphine in dosages higher than they were accustomed to receiving, ... who died shortly after getting those morphine dosages. Most of these patients were given these dosages of morphine by nurses in the hospice setting. In all the cases reported, the physician had ordered that the morphine might be given "as needed" or "PRN" within a certain range and at a certain frequency of time intervals between doses given.

Real hospice care is NOT about hastening the death of a patient. It is about providing relief from distressing symptoms, supporting the patient and letting them know that they are valued and loved.

Discover the widespread involvement of doctors in medical homicides in California, and the documented and pictured sequences of how they put a lady named Glenda to death. Discover how easy you, or a loved one, can be "eliminated" by the expanding pockets of corruption among certain doctors, and considered acceptable by California oversight bureaucrats.  www.defraudingamerica.com/euthanasia_california.


Reported Medical Homicides by Doctors

A person, including doctors, can commit homicide by commission of an act, or by omission of any act—by affirmatively doing a lethal act or by omitting to do an act that is necessary to preserve another's life.1

For a fatal omission to be considered a crime, the omitter must have had a legal duty to act,2 and the victim’s death must result from a breach of that duty.

 

Those legal duties may arise in various ways. For example, a legal duty to provide care is imposed on the parents or legal guardian of a child. Such a legal duty may also be created by contract, for example when a person agrees to provide care for another. Consider the following case:

1 See People v. Burden, 140 Cal. Rptr. 282, 289-92 (Ct. App. 1977); see also Commonwealth v. Hall, 78 N.E.2d 644, 647 (Mass. 1948); Territory v. Manton, 19 P. 387, 392-93 (Mont. 1888); Biddle v. Commonwealth, 141 S.E.2d 710, 714-15 (Va. 1965) (collecting numerous cases and treatises). See generally Wayne. LaFave & Austin W. Scott, Jr., Criminal Laws 202-12 (2d ed. 1986); Joshua Dressler, Understanding Criminal Law 89 (2d ed. 1995) (providing an overview of liability by omission).


Medical Homicides Via Extreme Negligence

Duncanson E, Richards V, Luce KM, Gill JR.

Source: New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner, New York, NY 10016, USA.

Abstract

Deaths that occur during medical care for the treatment of a disease are rarely certified as homicides. Some "medical" deaths, however, have been criminally prosecuted for manslaughter, reckless endangerment, or reckless homicide. We describe 5 deaths due to medical complications that underwent criminal prosecution. Three of the deaths were certified as homicides. Deaths certified as homicides due to the actions (or inactions) of a caregiver occur in 3 circumstances. The first is when the medical caregiver intentionally causes the death of the patient. The second is a death due to treatment by an unlicensed fraud or quack.

The final circumstance is due to extreme medical negligence that involves a gross and wanton disregard for the well-being of the patient and is the most controversial in the medical community. The law defines reckless endangerment as the conscious disregard of a known substantial likelihood of injury to the patient.

Criminal neglect typically is defined as the failure to provide timely, safe, adequate, and appropriate services, treatment, and/or care to a patient. In instances of extreme medical negligence, a homicide manner of death is appropriate because the fatality is due to the criminal acts (or inactions) of another. It also furthers one of the major goals of the medico-legal death investigation system, which is to safeguard the public health.

PMID: 19237847 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] In PubMed: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19237847.

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Michael Jackson and accidental medical homicide.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Michael_Jackson.

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Near-Medical-Homicide of Captain Rodney Stich:

Captain Rodney Stich

Posting shortly.


Definitions

Coroner of Lake County, Illinois, statements made relating to life and death:

Reckless endangerment…the conscious disregard of a known substantial likelihood of injury to the patient.

Criminal neglect typically is defined as the failure to provide timely, safe, adequate, and appropriate services, treatment, and/or care to a patient. In instances of extreme medical negligence, a homicide manner of death is appropriate because the fatality is due to criminal acts (or inactions) of another. Our ruling of a homicide does not mean criminal prosecution should or will occur, but, importantly such a ruling: …also furthers one of the major goals of the medico-legal death investigation system, which is to safeguard the public health.

American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, March 2009; 30: 18-22)

http://coronerlakecountyil.blogspot.com/2009/03/medical-homicide.html.


Other Tactics For Inducing Death

 

An article  in the Daily Mail, UK, Mail On Line, December 4, 2012, stated:

 

Now sick babies go on death pathway: Doctor's haunting testimony reveals how children are put on end-of-life plan

Sick children and babies  are being discharged from NHS hospitals to die at home or in hospices on controversial "death pathways."

One doctor has admitted starving and dehydrating ten babies to death in the neonatal unit of one hospital alone. Writing in a leading medical journal the physician revealed the process can take an average of ten days during which a baby becomes 'smaller and shrunken.' The LCP—on which 130,000 elderly and terminally-ill adult patients due each year—is now the subject of an independent inquiry ordered by ministers. [LCP: Liverpool Care Pathway.

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Daily Mail, UK, Mail On Line, December 4, 2012. Doctors 'are withholding treatment from dying cancer patients because they think it is futile to continue.'

Shocking: Doctors are withholding treatment from dying cancer patients because they do not think it worthwhile, a report warns. Doctors are withholding treatment from dying cancer patients because they do not think it worthwhile, a report warns. They are refusing to send them to intensive care or offer life extending drugs as they believe such measures are ‘futile’.

 

In some cases, patients have been put on the controversial Liverpool Care Pathway - where fluids and food are withdrawn - rather than on life support machines. |

 

A British physician’s disturbing testimony is shedding light on the increasingly common practice of National Health Service (NHS) hospitals sending sick or severely disabled newborn babies home or to hospices to die of starvation or dehydration.

Newborn babies are being placed on the Liverpool Care Pathway for end-of-life care, a system originally allotted and designed for elderly or terminally ill adults. That end-of-life care involves the removal of food and fluid tubes, a method which can take an average of ten days to result in death. an investigation is being launched to determine “whether cash payments to hospitals to hit death pathway targets have influenced doctors’ decisions."

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Mass Murder by German Doctor

German doctor is investigated for killing 76 patients with morphine

BMJ2003;327doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.327.7419.830-e(Published 9 October 2003)

Cite this as:BMJ2003;327:830.6

 


Legal Duties to Avoid Prosecution:
Frequently Violated With Impunity

 

A person, including physicians, can commit homicide by commission of an act, or by omission of any act—by affirmatively doing a lethal act or by omitting to do an act that is necessary to preserve another's life.1 For a fatal omission to be considered a crime, the omitter must have had a legal duty to act,2 and the victim’s death must result from a breach of that duty.

 

Those legal duties may arise in various ways. For example, a legal duty to provide care is imposed on the parents or legal guardian of a child. Such a legal duty may also be created by contract, for example when a person agrees to provide care for another. Consider the following case:

1 See People v. Burden, 140 Cal. Rptr. 282, 289-92 (Ct. App. 1977); see also Commonwealth v. Hall, 78 N.E.2d 644, 647 (Mass. 1948); Territory v. Manton, 19 P. 387, 392-93 (Mont. 1888); Biddle v. Commonwealth, 141 S.E.2d 710, 714-15 (Va. 1965) (collecting numerous cases and treatises). See generally Wayne. LaFave & Austin W. Scott, Jr., Criminal Laws 202-12 (2d ed. 1986); Joshua Dressler, Understanding Criminal Law 89 (2d ed. 1995) (providing an overview of liability by omission).

Legal article on hospice fraud.


Mass-Murder Facility in California?

In Northern California there is a hospice facility, Bruns House, in which over 1,000 people die a year. It is a normal peaceful-looking house in the town of Alamo, with six beds. The stated policy for admission is a doctor's certification that the patient has a terminal condition and less than six months to live.

Bruns House has six beds. The number of people occupying those six beds in a year, over 1,000, with an expected remaining life of six months or less, but averaging only a few days, may be the most protected mass-medical-murder operation in the United States.


Opiate-Induced Medical Homicide!
Greek Tragedy of a Lady Named Glenda

With hours of Glenda's arrival at Bruns House, she changed from an active and smiling patient (thinking she was in a nursing home type of facility, to comatose and then dead. (She had been smiling, greeting numerous friends,  making multiple phone calls, and in between, reading from her Kindle and the New York Times.) shortly after the visitors left, something was done to her and she became comatose, and died within hours. The dramatic unnatural change was evidence of a morphine overdose. Subsequent Bruns House personnel, recognizing the signs of a morphine overdose, took no action on the obvious impending death.

Glenda, the evening of her forced transfer at Bruns House, as her last visitor was leaving. Glenda thought she was in a nursing home, unaware of the corrupt events that caused her to be there, and would take
her life in a few hours.

 
The next morning: obvious opiate overdose!

Hours later, Glenda's death from euthanasia:

Her partner, Captain Rodney Sticha corruption fighter that many people in government sought to silence, did not recognize at that time the obvious opiate overdose. Otherwise, he would have called 9/11 and had her rushed to a hospital, where Naloxone, an opiate-overdose medication, could be administered.

More information about Glenda's death, and the suicide of a son when he heard of her death, can be found at  www.defraudingamerica.com/glenda.

There are death doctors or death panels in the United States, that are criminal in nature, rather than through policies. www.defraudingamerica.com/euthanasia_california.


Glenda, with COPD, at John Muir Hospital, for treatment of a fungal infection of the lungs, before transferred to Manor Care nursing facility, for pulmonary rehabilitation treatment, before going back home. Manor Care did not have such treatment, nor pulmonary doctors. They accepted her under false pretenses, possibly to keep the business flowing from their primaryh source of patients. Then, within 24 hours, Manor Care sought to eliminate her. Instead of sending her to a nearby facility that had the COPD treatment and doctors, Manor Care forcibly sent her to Bruns House hospice, where the average length of life was a few days.

     

Bruce Guilinger—Who committed Suicide
Upon Hearing of His Mother's Death

Glenda, in earlier times.


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Sampling of complimentary letters/faxes to author/activist Rodney Stich.

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See www.defraudingamerica.com/glenda.

www.defraudingamerica.com/euthanasia_california.

www.defraudingamerica.com/glenda_sequence_short.