This type of killing is not right. Apparently, this morning a guy saw his mother after surgery. He freaked-out, and I don’t know how much verbal communication he had with the medical staff, before he pulled a gun to start blowing people away.
I just came across this an hour ago, when I was installing Google-Desktop, and it was indexing newsfeeds. When I loaded this link, I realized it is a current situation.
All the article reveals is that it was a respiratory patient, and that he was not happy with her care.
‘He is in a hospital room with his mother and was upset about some surgery carried out on her,’ a source told the Baltimore Sun.
Something about the surgery upset him, when he was being updated on her condition by the doctor. Maybe the doctor was highly negative about the chances of her recovery, I’m just theorizing the possibilities.
Since the 2005 Easter execution of Terri Schiavo in Florida, the medical system has stepped-up on the doomsday prospects for patients!—Especially for those who don’t perform instant miracle recoveries, those who reach a certain age, and those who are or will be disabled after recovery.
Anybody who wants to blame this guy for his actions, need to eat their just desserts. People have allowed their government to be over-powered by the International-Bankers, CIA and FBI to violate the U.S. Constitution, and citizens’ Human Rights. Much medical research over the past 100 years, has been allowed to feed the CIA and the Military-Industrial Complex with the most gruesome means of torture and execution.
If the news report so far is accurate, there sure are questions about how his gun made it through metal-detectors? A thousand bed hospital in the U.S. probably has an army of security controls, the least of which is a metal-detector.
That said, there definitely are alot of rotten circumstances in hospitals, which never existed that I ever experienced when I was a kid growing up. During my first twelve years, I had surgery for Arthrogryposis. In my late twenties, I nearly died four times over the next ten years from gastro-intestinal hemorrhaeges. Now, in my late fifties I have had to live in long-term care.
The people in the health-care system now are a different generation, and the overall decline in moral fabric is what controls the attitude many people now go to work with.—Not just hospitals, but every business. However, we are dealing with hospitals; and ER’s, ICU’s and OR’s are where the war for life and death of patients is waged.
Personally, I have alot better experience with doctors than with nurses, and their assistants. There are maybe half of them who are professional, helpful and sociable, and the rest are working just for pay. There is no difference between hospitals, or auto-manufacturers; they just go to work to get paid.
Here is the link I just found now, and it is funny that one comment complained that they had to get the news from another city. LOL! I got this blog going after seeing it on a news-wire in the UK!
One doctor comments in this link that he moved from John Hopkins, because so many patients would not follow their treatment plans!—And then blame the doctor, because their condition degenerates.
If this guy really did go in with a gun, and injured the doctor before killing his mother and himself, what does that say about metal-detectors?—Or, is it a signal that there is a different story altogether, and the mainstream media version is just usual misinformation mixed with a few facts?
“"By the time I saw him, he was on a stretcher and people were all around him," she said.
Davis said he was conscious and she didn’t see any blood.”
Now, doesn’t this sound a little strange? The doctor sustained a gunshot wound to the stomach; he is on a stretcher in a high-adrenaline emergency preparation for surgery, and ER, OR and ICU personnel are definitely trained to look for external bleed areas, and with gunshot wounds to locate the exit wound.—Yet one nurse did not see blood!
If the hospital was guilty of anything specific, Paul Pardus should have talked things over. If things still were not resolved, he should have known about Patient-Committees. This situation should not have been resolved with killing his mother and himself.