“You have an Irish last name-good luck finding anyone who will believe you!” [ are not an alcoholic] -Linda Bresnahan, Director of Operations, PHS [after fabricating positive alcohol test]

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Source: “You have an Irish last name-good luck finding anyone who will believe you!” [ are not an alcoholic] -Linda Bresnahan, Director of Operations, PHS [after fabricating positive alcohol test]

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6 thoughts on ““You have an Irish last name-good luck finding anyone who will believe you!” [ are not an alcoholic] -Linda Bresnahan, Director of Operations, PHS [after fabricating positive alcohol test]

  1. The numbers who believe Dr. Langan are substantial- and those numbers are rapidly growing. Those of us who have experienced abuse of power and and unethical practices to include medical licensure extortion by our state PHS programs have found each other and our power is growing, You do not have an Irish last name so I hope you find other sources of luck when the class action suit comes the way of your PHS. As a professional representative of the PHS, you would do well to avoid such trite and condescending comments on a public forum in the future. But then again, you perfectly demonstrate the mentality that Dr. Langan has been up against. Rest assured, however, the days of legal immunity are dwindling and soon you will have to answer to your actions. It is you who will need the luck.

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