Win a 1964 Rolling Stones Vinyl  45 signed by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts–It is your if you can show physician health program director Dr. Luis Sanchez committed fewer than 3 felonies!

 

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It has been almost 6  months since I offered over $25 thousand dollars in cool prizes to anyone who could show that past president of the Federation of State Physician Health Programs (FSPHP)  and Medical Director of Physician Health Services, inc. (PHS) Dr. Luis “aka the dirty” Sanchez did not commit multiple felonies  (December 9, 2016)  and no one has been knocking at my door.   All of these prizes can be seen in the post below:

I am Offering Over $25,000 in cool prizes to anyone who can show past FSPHP President Sanchez did not commit at least 3 felonies based on documentary evidence alone! I claim the documents show direct evidence of multiple serious crimes –prove me wrong and the whole lot is yours!

Perhaps the booty isn’t good enough so I added a 1964 Decca  7″ 45 RPM original pressing of Little Red Rooster  (A) and Off the Hook (B) on vinyl signed by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts.  This was in addition to the over 25 K of other prizes previously offered. All anyone has to do is look at the documents and show how Sanchez committed fewer than three felonies. If Sanchez committed only two felonies you win!  If Sanchez committed just one felony you win!  Simple enough?

Dr. Sanchez machinations and misconduct can be seen here.  It took a formal complaint with the College of American Pathologists to get the truth out.  More of this fiasco can be seen here and here.   What Sanchez  and his co-conspirators did is egregious and ethically reprehensible.  It shows a complete lack of moral compass and personal integrity.  What was done from collection to report to coverup  and everything in-between is in fact indefensible on all levels (procedurally, ethically, and legally).  So too are the actions of Board attorney Deb Stoller (who not only covered it up forensic fraud but was complicit in it) and those of Assistant Attorney General Bryan Bertram (who is continuing to participate in a cover-up of a cover-up) in violation of ethics and professional conduct. In a perfect society Sanchez would have his medical license revoked and the other two would have been disbarred by now.  In a perfect society all three would be held accountable for crimes.  Does Bertram’s superiors know what he is doing? I don’t think so.  They will at some point.

I think everyone would agree that there should be zero-tolerance for forensic fraud and cover-up and cover-ups of cover-ups in positions of power.    Any person of honor and civility would agree. The documentary evidence shows with clarity that this subterfuge and chicanery was not accident or oversight.  It was intentional and purposeful misconduct.  It is indefensible. Attorneys cannot ignore the obvious.

Transparency, regulation, and accountability are necessary for these groups.

To be fair if Sanchez  can give any  procedural, ethical, or legal explanation for his actions then I stand corrected.  Same applies to his apologists, lackeys and  morally challenged counterparts Stoller and Bertram.  Just one will suffice.  I’ll erase my blog and vanish into oblivion.  No questions asked. Into the woodwork.  But If this trio  cannot then this malfeasance needs to be addressed openly and publicly.   It is their agencies responsibility to correct this –however late the hour may be.  My suspicion is that all of this has been blocked from going upstream.

Forensic fraud has grave and far reaching effects and in this case has severely impacted many people and includes patient deaths. Perhaps this trio needs to take a “moral inventory” and see that this this type of behavior causes real damage to real people and put a faces on it.  The increasing comments on Pauline Anderson’s latest Medscape article would be a start.

Perhaps Sanchez, Stoller and Bertram  need to be asked these questions by an  investigative reporter. Direct and simple questions deserve direct and simple answers.  “Not my department” and “no comment” are no longer acceptable.  We need to demand answers.

It is people just like this who are killing physicians across the country.   The body count is vast and multiple. This type of behavior is directly and temporally related to the recent epidemic of suicides in doctors.  They have removed themselves from conventional accountability by withholding information and suppressing facts. No longer.  The sympathizers and apologists who refuse to acknowledge or investigate wrongdoing will be held to account. Sanchez, Stoller and Bertram believe they are beyond reproach; complacent in the belief they are protected from harm and insulated from investigation.   The evidence, however, is not going away. Neither am I. Neither are the growing legion of ethical individuals who want to drain this swamp.

Corruption is misuse of entrusted power.  It occurs when those who have been given authority to carry out expected goals instead use their position and power to benefit themselves and others close to them. Abuse of power is particularly egregious when that person is doing the opposite of what he or she is supposed to do.

Accountability is necessary to prevent corruption and necessitates both the provision of information and justification for actions;  what was done and why?   The other defining factor of accountability is the ability of outside actors to punish and sanction those who commit misconduct or wrongdoing.    Without these constraints corruption is inevitable.

This is corruption plain and simple and  The doctors and patients of Massachusetts and the doctors and patients of this entire country deserve better than this.

As no checks and balances exist I am offering 25K in prizes and now adding a 1964 45″ signed by the Rolling Stones; Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts.  One of the problems in this system cognitive dissonance and the belief that there must be something more to it.  There isn’t.  Fact is I could offer you my car, everything I own or my very soul and you would still not be able to disprove that Sanchez committed multiple felonies, that Stoller not only  covered it all up but was complicit and that Bertram is engaging in a cover-up of a cover-up by misusing administrative law and is in violation of the rules of professional conduct and basic ethics and morality. So here’s the ticket.  Either come get the prizes or help me get this exposed and dismantled.  Either defend them or help me hold them accountable. Silence is not an option.

 

Source: Adding 1964 Rolling Stones Decca 7″ 45″Off the Hook” Vinyl signed by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts to 25 K in prizes previously offered to the first person who can disprove FSPHP President did not commit multiple felonies!
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3 thoughts on “Win a 1964 Rolling Stones Vinyl  45 signed by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts–It is your if you can show physician health program director Dr. Luis Sanchez committed fewer than 3 felonies!

  1. You are asking someone to “prove a negative”, when all the evidence appears to be on the POSITIVE. If this M.D. in question DID GET CONVICTED OF FELONIES, then cite the court, the case #’s, the rap sheet, the SENTENCING conditions, etc. Not “hard”to prove if an M.D. HAS a criminal conviction, or several.

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    • No that’s not what I’m saying at all. Criminal guilt is not synonymous with being charged or being convicted of the crime. I am saying the MD in question committed multiple felonies based on documentary evidence alone and asking to prove otherwise

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