NORMAN J CLEMENT RPH., DDS, NORMAN L.CLEMENT PHARM-TECH, MALACHI F. MACKANDAL PHARMD, BELINDA BROWN-PARKER, ESTHER HYATT PH.D., IN THE SPIRIT OF JOSEPH SOLVO ESQ., in the spirit of REV. C.T. VIVIAN, JELANI ZIMBABWE CLEMENT, BS., MBA., IN THE SPIRIT OF PATRICIE LUMUMBA, WILLIE GUINYARD BS., JOSEPH WEBSTER MD., MBA, SHELLEY HIGHTOWER, BS., PHARMD., LEROY BAYLOR, BEVERLY C. PRINCE FACS, MD., ADRIENNE EDMUNDSON, NATASHA DUVALL PHARMD., WALTER L. SMITH BS., LEROY BAYLOR, BS., MS., MS., IN THE SPIRIT OF BRAHM FISHER ESQ., MICHELE ALEXANDER MD., CUDJOE WILDING BS, DEBRA LYNN SHEPHERD, BERES E. MUSCHETT, STRATEGIC ADVISORS
This series of articles further demands the return of Control Substance Registration of Pronto Pharmacy, At Cost Pharmacy, Gulf Med Pharmacy and for restoration and compensation Black-owned Pharmacy who have been targeted by the Corruption of the United States Drug Enforcement Agency
Mary Mihal@mazsamem replying to @urwithinthenorm
“Lack of effective pain relief is harming millions of Americans. Racial bias exists in the health care field–it’s rampant. Kolodny is considered an expert. I hope the future sees him for what he is because the present values his killer instincts. War on Drugs is a war on people.“
THIS PRESENTATION IS A VIDEOS NARRATIVE SUPPORTING THE FOUNDATION OF THIS ARTICLE
This article enjoins Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Dentist, both Pharmacies and Pharmacists, to similar related arguments presented before:
The United States Supreme Court No. 20-1410 in XiUlu Ruan, MD vs. United States of America (DOJ-DEA) and U.S. DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION; ACTING ADMINISTRATOR TIMOTHY J. SHEA; U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE; ATTORNEY GENERAL WILLIAM P. BARR Civil Action No. 4:20-cv-00817-SDJ, in which Brief were entered on behalf of Walmart Pharmacy in the UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS SHERMAN DIVISION
On August 29, 2019, DEA agents raided Pronto Pharmacy, Tampa, Florida. They entered the premises under the authority of a search warrant based on a false narrative prescription being filled was illegal.
There were numerous deficiencies in the warrant, which questions the veracity of the contents which supported or the lack of documentation to support Probable Cause. The DEA Diversion Investigator admitted in court testimony he did not investigate patients’ treatment records, interviewed No prescriber, and fail to send any prescription to his Pharmacist expert.
Upon entry, the very first thing the raiding party performed was to disable building surveillance camera systems(see surveillance video 08/29/2019).
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHAIN DRUG STORES
The National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) is a leading organization supporting pharmacies in promoting and fulfilling that mission. A non-profit, tax-exempt organization incorporated in Virginia, NACDS represents traditional drug stores, community pharmacies, supermarkets, and mass merchants with pharmacies.
NACDS chain members operate over 40,000 pharmacies and employ nearly 3 million individuals, including 155,000 pharmacists; its 80 chain member companies include regional chains, with a minimum of four stores, and national companies.
FROM THE AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHAIN DRUG STORES IN SUPPORT OF NEITHER PARTY:
“The CSA recognizes pharmacists’ circumscribed role in dispensing controlled substances. It provides that pharmacists may not dispense Schedule II controlled substances “without the written prescription of a practitioner,” 21 U.S.C. § 829(a) and that they risk criminal and civil liability if they do, see id. §§ 841(a), (c), 842.
The CSA’s implementing regulations further explain that a prescription for a controlled substance “must be issued for a legitimate medical purpose by an individual practitioner acting in the usual course of his professional practice.” 21 C.F.R. § 1306.04(a). The regulations separately provide that such a prescription “may only be filled by a pharmacist, acting in the usual course of his professional practice and either registered individually or employed” by a registered entity. 21 C.F.R. § 1306.06.
Although § 1306.04(a) regulates both prescribers and pharmacists, the two roles are far from interchangeable, including for purposes of determining potential liability. With different licenses, education, skill sets, responsibilities, and workplaces from physicians, pharmacists play a vital but distinct role in a patient’s care.
Specifically, when dispensing a controlled substance to a patient, as prescribed by a physician, a pharmacist relies on the physician’s assessment of the patient’s needs.
The pharmacist has neither examined nor diagnosed the patient, and lacks the information the physician has collected on the patient’s medical situation, records, and history, including such things as x-rays, ultrasounds, lab results, and treatment plans.”
In resolving the issues presented in these cases— including whether a good-faith defense is available to a practitioner charged with violating 21 U.S.C. § 841(a)—the Court should take care not to weaken the knowledge requirement in § 1306.04, insofar as it applies to pharmacists. That requirement is a critical safeguard against unwarranted liability, which could unduly chill pharmacists from performing duties vitally important to public health.”
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER
The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers is a nonprofit, voluntary professional bar association that works on behalf of criminal defense attorneys to ensure justice and due process for those accused of crime or misconduct. Founded in 1958, NACDL has a nationwide membership of many thousands of direct members and about 40,000 total members with affiliates.
Consistent with its mission of advancing the proper, efficient, and fair administration of justice, NACDL files several amicus briefs each year in the United States Supreme Court and other state and federal courts, all aimed at assisting in cases that present issues of broad importance to criminal defendants, criminal defense lawyers, and the criminal justice system as a whole.
SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT
From the Amicus Curiae Brief filed December 27, 2021, by NACDL in Xiulu Ruan MD, Shakeel Kahn MD, Petitioners vs. United States of America, Respondent before the United Supreme Court Case No: 20-1410:
“Our country continues to struggle with widespread overdoses and deaths caused by the rampant abuse of opioids. To combat this ongoing crisis, the federal government aggressively has prosecuted doctors and medical professionals alleged to have illegally diverted addictive pills into the black market. A common narrative in these cases is that doctors have fueled the crisis by overprescribing controlled substances as a violation of federal criminal law.
Of course, some doctors have prescribed opioids to patients for illegal reasons. Yet, many other doctors have issued well-intentioned prescriptions to treat patients for a variety of pain syndromes consistent with governing standards of professional care. Criminal liability depends on the scienter. No court should interpret federal law to impose criminal penalties when a defendant’s doctor has acted in good faith and the government has not demonstrated the specific mental state that Congress has required.
The Controlled Substances Act imposes no criminal liability on doctors for lawfully prescribing controlled substances in the normal course of treating patients. That should come as no surprise. Society benefits when doctors prescribe drugs for legitimate medical purposes authorized by the Act.
Criminal liability attaches only when defendant doctors knowingly prescribe controlled substances to patients in circumstances not authorized by Congress. Consequently, the government must demonstrate that a defendant doctor knowingly prescribed drugs in illegal circumstances. When the government alleges that a doctor has violated of 21 U.S.C. § 841, lower courts have erred in concluding that a doctor’s good faith is not relevant to criminal liability.”
DEA ATTORNEY JOHN BEERBOWER
THE FOUNDATION OF CORRUPTION AND CRIMINALITY
” The Government attacks your ability to generate income until you succumb their criminal activity
WAGING A WAR OF AGGRESSION ON MEDICAL SCIENCE “
John Beerbower Esq is a United States Attorney for the DEA his activities are the center of deception and corruption within the Justice Department which are both profound as well as unconstitutional requiring Congressional Oversight and investigation.
Mr. Beerbower operates with a unique judicial court system that acts as both Civil or Criminal and abides by no Federal Rules of Criminal and Civil Rules of procedures.
John Beerbower’s power to operate powers comes solely from this court which operates outside Federal Civil rule and further acts as a Federal Criminal court without six amendment protection and a Civil Court without fourth amendment protections.
BRING ME THE MAN I’LL FIND THE CRIME
Yet, John Beerbowers a sworn United States Attorney supported by a small cadre of government lawyers, regional office Supervisors, Diversion Investigators, DEA Agents, and further supported by a cadre of dishonest so-called pharmacists experts who have successfully conducted a mass campaign of disinformation. Who are ingrained in their sadistic inhumanity toward the treatment of chronic pain patient care.
John Beerbower along with his cohorts Robert F. Duncan Esq, Katherine L. Steele, Esq., Paul A Dean, so-called pharmacist experts such as Don Sullivan Professor The Ohio State University.
Jack Folson Amicus Brief Pronto Pharmacy LLC., 2020:
In the case of Pronto Pharmacy LLC., Mr. Beerbower:
“Presented no evidence of diversion or where any prescriptions medications control or non-control was exchanged for sale for non-medical use. Mr. Alpert was fraudulent but the DEA can sustain Alpert’s misrepresentation of both facts and through a system of corruption where Giglio rule of law does not apply and officers are free to lie and distort.”
The DEA Administrative Court is a separate judicial tribunal system that has gone unregulated and avoided the scrutiny of the Congress of the United States.
A tribunal of corruption led by corrupt Judges and supported by both corrupt United States federal prosecutors from the United States Department of Justices permitted to operate outside the rule of Federal Rules of Evidence and Procedures. ”
The corruption is as deep as it is wide and extends all to the United States Attorney General and the General offices throughout America and its territories.
MASSIVE GOVERNMENT OVERREACH AND THE OVER-CRIMINALIZATION OF MEDICAL PROCEDURES
ARISTOCRACY oF THE SKIN
Beerbower’s role was to support DEA’s false argument to make us into narco-terrorist and criminal enterprise of Narco- dealers indict incarcerate our entire families and his premise of diversion is only deception from the truth which is the DEA wanted to close these pharmacies down.
More importantly, they started with the Black own Pharmacies because they would traditionally be the easiest enforcement target.
Mr. Beerbower surmised these pharmacies would be easy picking knowing the structure of his DEA Court would allow him to exclude most evidence in support of these targeted pharmacies’ claims that they presented no imminent danger threat to the public.
What Beerbower and his crew of white-collar DEA thugs did not anticipate is that these Black pharmacies owners would fight back. Nor did he and his crew of DOJ counterparts strewn in a history of “40-plus years of racism in one of its component law enforcement agencies, that these black pharmacies would form in a coalition to resist the implicit race biases in selective enforcement of the law.
the failure of lawmakers and
Lawmakers must understand that the DEA regulates the entire legal opioid market and that if prescription opioids were fueling the crisis then the government themselves would be liable and responsible for the increase in overdose deaths. Although prescribing of opiates has decreased in the past few years there has been a vast acceleration of overdoses proving that prescription opiates do not have a causal effect on overdoses.
Lawmakers also ignore the costs of all alternative therapies. The high costs of physical therapy, topical medications, hypnosis, massage therapy, and behavioral modification, prohibits patients from engaging in these therapies. Nothing is free and there is always a cost and thus many of the 8 million US citizens who currently benefit from opiate therapy cannot work or engage in a meaningful life.
When trying to regulate the private sector, federal agencies have increasingly avoided notice and comment procedures under the Administrative Procedure Act (“APA”). Rather than use the APA’s procedures—which were developed to provide regulated entities with notice and an adequate opportunity to comment before the imposition of new substantive rules of conduct— agencies increasingly issue de facto regulations in the guise of interpretive guidance.
According to the NACDL:
Overcriminalization is a dangerous trend that NACDL battles daily. With over 4,450 crimes scattered throughout the federal criminal code, and untold numbers of federal regulatory criminal provisions, our nation’s addiction to criminalization backlogs our judiciary, overflows our prisons, and forces innocent individuals to plead guilty not because they are, but because exercising their constitutional right to a trial is prohibitively expensive and too much of a risk. This inefficient and ineffective system is, of course, a tremendous taxpayer burden.
Although the harm caused by overcriminalization is frequently amplified by the executive and judicial branches, it generally originates in the legislative process. It can take many forms, but most frequently occurs through:
- Ambiguous criminalization of conduct without meaningful definition or limitation;
- Enacting criminal statutes lacking meaningful mens rearequirements;
- Imposing vicarious liability with insufficient evidence of personal awareness or neglect;
- Expanding criminal law into economic activity that is traditionally and more efficiently regulated by civil laws and civil enforcement;
- Creating mandatory minimum sentences un-related to the severity, wrongfulness, or harm of the underlying crime;
- Federalizing crimes traditionally reserved for state jurisdiction; and
- Adopting duplicative and overlapping statutes.
Predicating civil liability on interpretive guidance created without a transparent regulatory process goes against the requirements of the APA and due process and, here, violates binding regulations issued by the Department of Justice (“DOJ”).
The US Chamber of Commerce, Washington Legal Foundation, NRF, and RLC have an interest in seeing that agencies respect administrative law principles, stop unlawfully enforcing non-binding guidance, and operate consistently with due process and the rule of law.
The Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP)
The Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) is a component of the Executive Office of the President. The mission of ONDCP is to reduce substance use disorder and its consequences by coordinating the nation’s drug control policy through the development and oversight of the National Drug Control Strategy and Budget
It is NOT doctors or pharmacists behind the overdose deaths and both DOJ-DEA knew those facts to be true and that 100 billion dollars are spent annually on 4 illicit drugs by people in America Heroin, Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Non-Medical Fentanyl. Over 11 years 1.2 trillion dollars were spent by American consumers on these 4 illicit drugs and it was further these numbers were far greater than any number spent on diverted prescription medications.
WHAT AMERICA SPENDS ON ILLICIT DRUGS
This information was reported to ONDCP by the 2014 study from the Rand Corporation whom the White House had commissioned to conduct this study (see below video)
The prime motivation of the DEA appears to be the false assumption that any prescribed opioid pain medication can worsen the “opioid crisis” that we now know is caused predominantly by illegal flooding of illicit Chinese fentanyl and heroin overdose deaths. A review of statistical trends shows that this “crisis” has been present since 1970 and that the trajectory of overdose deaths was well established in numerous studies and was not affected by the entry of novel medications like OxyContin.
DOJ-DEA AND THEIR RED FLAGS OF RUBBISH
The DEA has set up a system of defacto-discrimination by encouraging Pharmacists to Profiling patients the Processes of “RED FAGGING.”
Over the last several years the DOJ/DEA have introduced language to criminalize the practice of medicine the newest term is “Red Flags”. This refers to several situations or medication combinations. A combination of an opiate, a benzodiazepine, and Soma is a ” Red Flag. Going more than 15 miles to fill a prescription is another. “Red Flag “.
The term Red Flag has no statutory meaning in the areas of pharmacy and or within the medical profession. Those pharmacists who merely question these DEA policies risk loss of employment of administrative sanction.
The DEA can impose these errant because possess unchecked authority and weapons the ability to intimidate by seizings property and assets. The that these DEA policies are applied so arbitrarily makes them discriminatory.
MANY PROBLEMS WITH DOJ’S “RED FLAGS
National Association of Chain Drug Stores Amicus Curiae brief writes in Ruan vs. the United States:
” There are many problems with DOJ’s “red flags” theory. It has no basis in the CSA or its implementing regulations, or even in the DEA’s Pharmacist’s Manual. It imprudently dismisses the individualized, case-by-case approach that pharmacists take when filling prescriptions in favor of a categorical approach to culpability.10
And it traps pharmacists in an untenable position—either face liability under the CSA for filling a facially valid prescription that raises a “red flag,” or face state-based professional liability,11 and even civil suits,12 for refusing to fill such a prescription.”
“The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has aggressively attempted to sidestep § 1306.04’s knowledge requirement. Citing pharmacists’ “corresponding responsibility,” DOJ has argued that pharmacists are liable for filling prescriptions that allegedly present so-called “red flags”—factors that do not necessarily bear on a prescription’s facial validity but that,
in DOJ’s opinion, suggest the prescriber may have written it for an illegitimate but that a pharmacist who fills it must be doing so “knowingly.”
Under DOJ’s theory, the presence of one or more “red flags” not only proves that a prescription is illegitimate but that a pharmacist who fills it must be doing so “knowingly.”
2. “The “red flags” advanced by DOJ include patients seeking to fill “new prescriptions for controlled substances a patient has never received before”; 2
3. certain combinations of prescribed drugs;3
4. providing physician-ordered refills when “one to three days of supply remained”;4
5. late filling of prescriptions;5
6. dispensing the same medications “for the same patients over long periods”;6
7. prescriptions for doses above “90 [morphine milligram equivalents]/day”;7
8. and prescriptions for more than one “immediate-release opioid sufficiently close in time that the supplies would have overlapped.”8
9. Even though in many circumstances these supposed “red flags” have legitimate explanations (medical or otherwise), DOJ has gone so far as to argue that the presence of one or more of these elements is “near conclusive evidence of a prescription’s invalidity.”9
2 Compl. ¶ 79, United States v. Ridley’s Family Markets, Inc., No. 1:20-cv-00173-TS-JCB (D. Utah Dec. 4, 2020), ECF No. 2.
3 See, e.g., id. ¶¶ 68–72.
4 Compl. ¶ 67, United States v. Shaffer Pharmacy, No. 3:21- cv-00022-JZ (N.D. Ohio Jan. 6, 2021), ECF No. 1.
5 See, e.g., Compl. ¶ 72, United States v. Howen, No. 1:21-cv- 00106-DAB-SAB (E.D. Cal. Jan. 26, 2021), ECF No. 1.
6 Compl. ¶ 66, United States v. WeCare Pharmacy, LLC, No. 8:21-cv-00188-MSS-AEP (M.D. Fla. Jan. 26, 2021), ECF No. 1.
7 Compl. ¶ 75, United States v. Chip’s Discount Drugs, Inc., No. 2:20-cv-00010-LGW-BWC (S.D. Ga. Feb. 12, 2020), ECF No. 1.
8 Compl. ¶ 361, United States v. Walmart Inc., No. 1:20-cv- 01744-CFC (D. Del. Dec. 22, 2020), ECF No. 1.
9 Mem. in Opp’n to Def.’s Mot. to Dismiss at 5 (emphasis added), 8, United States v. Ridley’s Family Markets, Inc., No. 1:20- cv-00173-TS-JCB (D. Utah Mar. 8, 2021), ECF No. 31.
DOJ: PHARMACIST MUST second-guess the appropriateness of the prescriptions???
According to DOJ, when faced with a prescription presenting one or more “red flags,” a pharmacist must identify each issue, take steps to resolve it, and document in writing how it was resolved—no matter how many times the same patient has presented the prescription.
Until and unless each “red flag” is resolved, DOJ says, a pharmacist must second-guess the prescription’s appropriateness, override the prescriber’s medical judgment, and refuse to fill it—or else face the threat of liability.
A. Reflecting the distinct roles of prescribers and pharmacists, § 1306.04 im- poses liability only on pharmacists who “knowingly” fill an illegitimate prescription.
“Although § 1306.04(a) regulates both prescribers and pharmacists, the two roles are far from interchangeable, including for purposes of determining potential liability. With different licenses, education, skill sets, responsibilities, and workplaces from physicians, pharmacists play a vital but distinct role in a patient’s care.
Specifically, when dispensing a controlled substance to a patient, as prescribed by a physician, a pharmacist relies on the physician’s assessment of the patient’s needs.
The pharmacist has neither examined nor diagnosed the patient and lacks the information the physician has collected on the patient’s medical situation, records, and history, including such things as x-rays, ultrasounds, lab results, and treatment plans.
The CSA recognizes pharmacists’ circumscribed role in dispensing controlled substances. It provides that pharmacists may not dispense Schedule II controlled substances “without the written prescription of a practitioner,” 21 U.S.C. § 829(a) and that they risk criminal and civil liability if they do, see id. §§ 841(a), (c), 842.
The CSA’s implementing regulations further explain that a prescription for a controlled substance “must be issued for a legitimate medical purpose by an individual practitioner acting in the usual course of his professional practice.” 21 C.F.R. § 1306.04(a).
The regulations separately provide that such a prescription “may only be filled by a pharmacist, acting in the usual course of his professional practice and either registered individually or employed” by a registered entity. 21 C.F.R. § 1306.06.
Consistent with the division of responsibility be- tween prescribers and pharmacists, § 1306.04 limits when pharmacists may be held liable for filling controlled-substance prescriptions to situations where a pharmacist knows a prescription is illegitimate:
The responsibility for the proper prescribing and dispensing of controlled substances is upon the prescribing practitioner, but a corresponding responsibility rests with the pharmacist who fills the prescription.
An order purporting to be a prescription issued not in the usual course of professional treatment or legitimate and authorized research is not a prescription within the meaning and intent of section 309 of the Act (21 U.S.C. [§] 829) and the person knowingly filling such a purported prescription, as well as the person issuing it, shall be subject to the penalties provided for violations of the provisions of law relating to controlled substances.
21 C.F.R. § 1306.04(a) (emphasis added). A pharmacist violates this provision only if the pharmacist “knowingly fill[s]” a “purported” prescription—i.e., a prescription that was not written, “in the usual course of professional treatment.” Ibid. (emphasis added).
WHAT DOES THAT MEAN??
What does that mean and how is that determined?
According to Walter F. Wrenn, MD., a Philadelphia, Pa., area physician who practice medicine for over 40 years
” The physician saw and examined the patient. They made a diagnosis and prescribed medication.
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.
Another common theme heard at trial is that the physician overprescribed.
Another term and charge are that the prescriber prescribed a highly addictive medication.
It hasn’t been but the term is still used. Addiction to opiate pain medication is not dose-dependent. Opiate pain medication can become addictive regardless of dose.
How is highly addiction determined?
Because the CSA gives the physician the right to prescribe controlled medication as long as it is for a professional purpose and a legitimate medical reason.
The DOJ/DEA is familiar with this process and uses it to incriminate physicians. 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 medication.
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 medication prescribed by the physician was not for a professional purpose and not for a legitimate medical reason.
Any patient who fits these criteria and presents a legitimate prescription should be singled out as an individual with addiction and denied treatment. The pharmacist should refuse to fill their prescription.
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 a physician. The new white coat drug dealer.”
IT’S NOT A QUESTION OF LAW…BUT DECEPTION
THE TESTIMONY OF ROBERT B J DORION THE GODFATHER OF ALL RED FLAGS ACADEMIC FRAUD SCAMS AND LEARNING FROM THE MASTER DEA EXPERT PHARMACIST
This agency alone has created an unseen problem. When this matter becomes public, officers and administration should be prosecuted. The courts should classify the DEA system as deceitful. Criminal attorneys should file complaints under Giglio, and every drug arrestee would be released from prison. The unethical and illegal practices of the DEA will one day come to light.
” The DEA was established in 1973 ostensibly to consolidate drug enforcement activities into a “superagency” that would bring together federal drug enforcement resources. In the last 50 years, it’s been a tremendous waste of resources and left a wake of devastation in the United States and abroad.”
Robert B. J. Dorion, a former DEA pharmacist expert witness, who also served as Dean of the University of Florida College of Pharmacy
Robert B J Dorion:
“it’s not a question of “law it’s a question convincing the judge or jury”
Robert B J Dorion:
To get back to your practical question…..Then who is correct in the eyes of the law…… You have to demonstrate as an expert witness that you have taken the means and are knowledgeable in whatever you are promoting…… Whether it’s a conclusion…… Or a method that you have adopted to arrive at that conclusion
Robert B J Dorion:
You will be cross-examined critically…..that’s where you may buckle and fold unless you can demonstrate that you are competent
Thus DEA expert pharmacist establishes the role of a grifter, undermining common medical procedures and endangering the health and safety, threatening human dignity, the common good, and peace of society in this America or for that matter around the world.
From Boukman The Trouble Maker:
” the evil of the authorities of the Department Of Justice has been to manufacture a pretext to undermine then attack and criminalize our knowledge and training of medicine,… Our God asks only good works of us but this God who is so good orders us learned souls to take a stance, to fight and he will direct our hands, he will aide us to throw away the image of the enemies who thirst for our tears a the images of helplessness and inferiority, listen to the voice of liberty who speaks in the heart of all of us.”
FOR NOW, YOU ARE WITHIN
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