Forget angels of death, this guy produces mentally retarded babies. …
In Staffordshire and Shropshire there is a baby doctor who wields almost infinite control over the infant's wards of several hospitals.
He has got an unhealthy interest in what happens to newly born babies if they are starved of oxygen. And he patrols the wards at night -at times he is unlikely to get caught.
He sits in on almost all inquests that come under his influence and has been able to get away with worse than murder of far more people than Harold Shipman. Over the decades this monster has wielded power, he must have come near to what most Nazi doctors would have dreamed of accomplishing.
How do I know?
No proof but in all the churches I have been to before moving to this area I seldom came across a mentally defective child. I used to go to places where the whole family of every member of the sect in each area used to turn up every Sunday without fail.
The same thing for Stoke. Religiously, to coin.. ermmm…
And in Stoke I noticed there was at least one wheel chair bound person, mentally damaged from birth -or near birth, in every congregation. There wasn't a congregation free of the mentally damaged. What are the chances of that?
The only way the British Medical Authority is ever going to look at this stuff is when the monster retires and the incidence of mentally damaged people in his remit drops dramatically.
There is nothing for doing to little too late like the British Managerial System.
I was in the Dole Office earlier today and asked about the gang of people down one end of the office. I was told they were mentally challenged. I said "Shame isn't it?"
And he nodded. "There are so many of them in Stoke aren't there?"
"Yes." he said nodding more vigorously as he thought about it.
And there is nothing I can do about it.
Well I can post URL's that have gone into detail about it. The second one by someone who is willing to do what I have not done: Go to gaol in desperation for her beliefs:
Originally posted by BBC:
Seven complaints, believed to relate to cases where children were removed from families after Professor Southall diagnosed Munchausen's, are due to be heard by the GMC in January.
His research into CNEP ventilators at North Staffordshire has also provoked intense scrutiny because parents claimed they did not give consent to their children taking part in the trial and they claim their signatures were forged.