NORMAN J CLEMENT RPH., DDS, NORMAN L.CLEMENT PHARM-TECH, MALACHI F. MACKANDAL PHARMD, BELINDA BROWN-PARKER, IN THE SPIRIT OF JOSEPH SOLVO ESQ., INC.T. SPIRIT OF REV. C.T. VIVIAN, JELANI ZIMBABWE CLEMENT, BS., MBA., IN THE SPIRIT OF THE HON. PATRICE LUMUMBA, IN THE SPIRIT OF ERLIN CLEMENT SR., WALTER F. WRENN III., MD., JULIE KILLINGWORTH, LESLY POMPY MD., NANCY SEEFELDT, WILLIE GUINYARD BS., JOSEPH WEBSTER MD., MBA, BEVERLY C. PRINCE MD., FACS., NEIL ARNAND, MD., RICHARD KAUL, MD., LEROY BAYLOR, JAY K. JOSHI MD., MBA, ADRIENNE EDMUNDSON, ESTER HYATT PH.D., WALTER L. SMITH BS., IN THE SPIRIT OF BRAHM FISHER ESQ., MICHELE ALEXANDER MD., CUDJOE WILDING BS, MARTIN NJOKU, BS., RPH., IN THE SPIRIT OF DEBRA LYNN SHEPHERD, BERES E. MUSCHETT, STRATEGIC ADVISORS
“..PDMPS HAVE NOT SHOWN THEY’VE REDUCE OVERDOSE DEATHS NOR IMPROVE PATIENT OUTCOMES“
THE CRIMINALIZATION OF YOUR MEDICAL PRESCRIPTION A CASE OF MASSIVE GOVERNMENT OVERREACH
Over the last several years the DOJ/DEA have introduced language to criminalize the practice of medicine that has become a case of massive government overreach and intrusion.
The criminalization of procedures lies in the laws within the “war on drugs” along with medicare/Medicaid 3rd party insurance reimbursement which allows every medical clinician to be viewed as an opportunity to be criminalized (chickenshit).
Thus, it is becoming more than clear when filling out any consent form requirement issued by a physician, dentist, or pharmacy one must also be advised of their Miranda Rights too.
Simply put the medical practitioners are easy enforcement and profitable prosecution targets and what is known in law as substantial forfeiture prizes, or legal career builders.
WHY SUBSTANTIAL FORFEITURES ARE PROFITABLE PROSECUTION
Let say a private business person such as a physician has a private pension plan for retirement. Such a person can put in a tax-deferred pension plan of about $30K every year.
With the growth of the stock market and earned interest from dividends of their stock, that money can accumulate to millions of dollars over a 30-year business person period. (1.5million dollars)
One Sizes fits All
When a physician, pharmacist, a dentist are raided 25 to 30year within a healthcare practice and charged with drug trafficking, money laundering your assets (property) are subject to forfeiture. Prosecutors know they can easily seize these assets and without hesitation, they go after these prizes.
A medical license is considered property or another prize becoming part of the seizures and this process occurs without a hearing.
The practitioner’s ability to earn an income is stripped immediately.
The prosecution and DEA police use these techniques to humiliate the medical practitioners.
The once-proud medical practitioners now find themselves, victims of the “War on Drugs” classified as drug traffickers dressed in white coats, pill mills. These are the one-size-fits-all languages used as the operating prosecutorial propaganda.
Dr. Helen Borel points out in her book, American Agony, The Opioid War Against Patients in Pain:
“Thus, the majority of healthcare professionals mostly MDs, targeted by the DOJ, will spend time in jail or on house arrest, without having done anything wrong.
Too, they will also lose their professional licenses, and by DOJ Gestapo-style seizures, will forfeit all their personal and professional assets, and their patients’ medical charts.”
where figures lie and liars figure
However, all the medications prescribed and/or dispensed are legally obtained by the medical practitioner under the authority of their licensing requirements. These medications are prescribed for therapeutic use for the specific treatment of individuals’ diseases and disease states.
The prosecution cases however are always based on data of solely numbers, complicated by unscientific non-FDA approve algorithms, where figures are allowed to lie and are liars, are allowed to figure.
Voided in the entire prosecutorial misconduct are the diseases and disease states of the patients, such as sickle cell, sarcoidosis, chronic intractable pain, radiographs, blood work, physical examination performed over the years the practices have been in business.
“…DEA prosecution cases are always based on numbers..”
The DEA has gotten away from its original purpose
Walter Wrenn MD, writes:
” The DOJ/DEA is familiar with this process and uses it to incriminate physicians.
A physician is trained to conduct a history and physical examination on a patient. The physician is taught to believe the historical narrative of the patient. They are not trained to question the validity of the information given to them by the patient.
The undercover agents sent to physician offices have been trained and given information and language to use to achieve their goal of getting the physician to prescribe controlled medications.
At trial, this same agent testifies that they didn’t have the medical condition that required a controlled medication for treatment.
This statement leads to the charge that the medications prescribed by the physician were not for a professional purpose and not for legitimate medical reasons.
Because the CSA gives the physician the right to prescribe controlled medications as long as it is for a professional purpose and a legitimate medical reason.
Opiate pain medications can become addictive regardless of dose. Another term and charge are that the prescriber prescribed a highly addictive medication.
How is highly addiction determined? It hasn’t been but the term is still used. Addiction to opiate pain medications is not dose-dependent.
Another common theme heard at trial is that the physician overprescribed.
b) What does that mean and how is that determined?
The physician saw and examined the patients.
They made a diagnosis and prescribed medications they determined the patients needed.
THE CLASSIC PROSECUTORIAL PROPAGANDA TALKING POINTS ARE HEARD EVERYWHERE AND IN EVERY CHARGE
c) How can anyone other than the examining physician determine what the patients need?
All of these terms have been invented by the DOJ/DEA.
I believe that once they realized that the war on drugs was a total failure that they got in a room and determined that the only way to save their jobs was to invent a new drug dealer.
That new drug dealer invented by the DOJ/DEA was the physician.
“How can we sustain our jobs? They then invented the terms overprescribing, highly addictive, and not for professional purposes or legitimate medical reasons.
They then created the concept of all healthcare professionals as drug dealers, so now we frequently hear the terms “drug dealers with white coats.”
Felix Brizuela writes:
” The problem I have always seen with the controlled substance that, it is a classic case of bureaucrats, trying to be scientists based on little to no knowledge just based on speculation to set rules, that cause harm. We further had another example of judges using public nuisance ordinances, leading to great harm.
The fact is that the scheduling of drugs is based on their addiction potential. The only main difference between drugs of potential abuse and drugs of non-potential abuse is what they call supplies.
Heroin is in and out of your system quickly, it has a massive potent effect, causing but some describes euphoria, some describes the feeling of calm.
Because it’s in your system and out of your system rapidly, to prevent withdrawal people must medicate frequently which is what makes it such a potentially dangerous drug since frequent dosing, without physician supervision can lead to death.
When it comes to other drugs, fentanyl, hydrocodone, oxycodone, oxymorphone, etc, there’s no evidence that anyone drug is more addictive than the other. They all have a different half-life, there is no proof of the difference in potency therefore scheduling drugs from 2:00 to 5:00 is more prejudiced than it is reality.
This gives the federal government more ammunition. Anything that’s scheduled too, is considered like heroin. This gives prosecutors, with no scientific knowledge more ammunition. They rescheduled drugs all the time.
THE DEA HAS GIVEN THE ABSOLUTE AUTHORITY TO PROMOTE MEDICAL DISCRIMINATION AND HUMILIATION: THE CASE OF WALGREEN’S PHARMACIST BARTOW FLORIDA
So therefore, I agree that we must do away with the controlled substance act because quite frankly, it makes no sense, it just leads to unlawful prosecution.
Not to mention the devastating impact is having on the health well-being and lives of the public.”
CONGRESS MUST CLEAN UP THIS MESS
“..remember nemesis is the mother of all karma..remember..”
FOR NOW, YOU ARE WITHIN
- PREDICTING DRUG DIVERSION: CATHLEEN LONDON MD