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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., CHRISTOPHER RUSSO, MD., NANCY SEEFELDT, WILLIE GUINYARD BS., JOSEPH WEBSTER MD., MBA, BEVERLY C. PRINCE MD., FACS., NEIL ANAND, 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
“WE ARE NOT POWERLESS, AND THROUGH OUR VIDEOS, WRITINGS, AND PHOTOGRAPHS, WE WILL EXPOSE THE ABUSES AND TYRANNY OF UNITED STATES DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY
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“WE ARE HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS, PHYSICIANS, DENTISTS, PHARMACISTS, NOT STREET DRUG DEALERS “
“In reviewing the Ruan vs. US decision, several things in the opinion of Justice Beyer go further than the CSA but speaks to the autonomy of the treating physician. Justice Beyer reestablished the autonomy of the treating physician. After all, who other than the training physician was present when the treatment decision was made? This autonomy extends beyond the prescribing of controlled medication. It concerns decisions regarding tests and procedures. It affects decisions regarding follow-up. It concerns decisions regarding billing. So this ruling has far-reaching consequences, even involving dispensing of controlled medication. A medication, procedure, etc., is completely under the control and authority of the treating physician. “
Walter F. Wrenn III M.D
Helen Borel, RN., “American Agony The Opioid War Against Patients in Pain”
“Emboldened by the medically intrusive 2016 CDC Guidelines, DEA operatives have deputized themselves with greater powers to raid innocent doctors’ medical practices even more invasively, even more than they’ve been doing across America for two decades.
These intrusions keep occurring with nary a whisper from opiohysterical journalists about these onslaughts on innocent narcotic prescribing doctors.” Where is the “free press”? Who speaks for abandoned pain patients? Who speaks for wrongfully imprisoned physicians?
It is said that Wayne F. Pratt, Chief of the Health Care Fraud Unit for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Michigan, has saved Medicare nearly $1 billion and has done more to fight health care fraud than almost anyone else in the U.S. Department of Justice.
However, a decade of Blue Cross Blue Shield’s influence has twisted Chief Prosecutor AUSA Pratt’s body and mind; he has indicted healthcare providers based on Blue Cross Blue Shield’s precious bidding. The love and hate relationship with his “precious” Master, Blue Cross Blue Shield, has gradually corrupted him like Gollum by the ring’s power. And like Gollum, he has come to love and hate himself.
In 33 years as an assistant United States attorney, Pratt has prosecuted some of Michigan’s most “notorious narcotics traffickers and corrupt healthcare providers.”
Since becoming fraud unit chief in 2010, the federal officials have successfully prosecuted more than 50 doctors and 30 pharmacists for felony violations involving fraud, controlled substances, and kickbacks.
Howard Adelglass MD. writes in FOIA Interventions:
“I am a physician and patient advocate working to promote the rule of law in the United States while saving millions of American lives at risk from the ongoing Opioid Epidemic. I aim to ensure due process and equal protection for all U.S. physicians and the patients they serve. I am also currently in contact with colleagues who are engaged in academics in the fields of medicine, law, pharmacy, and the media, who are also engaged in encouraging public knowledge and promoting law and individual rights guaranteed under the United States Constitution and the laws of the United States.”
There has been massive government overreach of power by agencies of the United States Government, changing the rules to make arrests on healthcare providers, piling up more healthcare providers’ scalps while attempting to make heroes of what can best be identified as prosecutorial domestic terrorists.
According to Richard Lawhern, Ph.D. :
“It is now apparent that doctors, nurses, and pharmacists are being persecuted (not merely sanctioned) in a US national witch hunt by the Drug Enforcement Agency, Department of Justice, State Attorney Generals, and State Medical Boards for the imagined “crime” of “over-prescribing” opioid pain relievers to patients in moderate to severe pain.
This unjustifiable witch hunt is unsupported by science or ethics. But it has resulted in the departure of thousands of physicians from pain management practice. Millions of patients in agony have been denied access to community clinics or force-tapered from opioid therapy that has been the only effective means of controlling their pain. This campaign’s death toll in medical collapse and suicide is rising.”
Most specifically, in which the DOJ-DEA repeatedly crosses the line. They don’t believe in anything but power, and the courts and juries must stop this and send a strong message to the “authorities.
SUPER UTILIZERS vs. USELESS EATERS
Identifying the “Super Utilizers”:
Howard Adelglass Identifies Wide Spread Prosecutorial Misconduct Against Physicians
USDOJ/DEA, ” computerized, criminal forensic, mathematical algorithms intend to instruct the jury on an improper legal standard and draw legal conclusions from that improper standard. Testimony generated by a computer program will confuse the trier of fact, unduly prejudicial, and not probative of any material fact at issue. Having a computer program testify to seek a criminal defendant’s intent is impermissible. Fed. R. Evid. 704 permits an expert to testify to the ultimate issue to be decided by the trier of fact.”
USDOJ/DEA converts or manipulates primary evidence to manufacture demonstrative testimonial evidence to manufacture probable cause in supportive affidavits of search warrants, as well as coordinate the criminal convictions of physicians, pharmacists, and other healthcare providers nationwide.
The USDOJ/DEA has also partnered with Blue Cross Blue Shield. The public-private healthcare cartel called Healthcare Fraud, and Prevention Partnership allows a present-day Nazi nightmare where these health insurance companies view their human clients as “milk cows” on “their plantation”, branded with their “Blue Cross” insurance logos and member identity cards, paying a contracted health care provider a modest amount of money to keep their “members” healthy enough for a continuous milking stream of insurance premium payments until their human clients become too sick, old and costly, relegated to become “beef cows” and consequently denied further expensive, innovative, and experimental health care treatments.
Identifying the “Useless Eaters”:
FROM: THE ADELGLASS EXHIBITS SUBMITTED IN HIS FOIA INTERVENTION DEMAND
NATIONAL PRACTITIONER’S DATA BANK, THE ULTIMATE SCHINDLER LIST
TARGETED JEWS AND POTENTIAL JEWS AS TARGETS
TARGETED LIST HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS OF COLOR
DOCTORS IN WHITE COATS VS. KLANSMAN WITHOUT THEIR WHITE ROPES DRESS IN THE FINEST MEN’S WAREHOUSE SUITS
Felix Brizuela DO., Pittsburgh, Pa, wrote:
“I am a physician and patient advocate who is working to promote the rule of law in the United States while saving millions of American lives at risk from the ongoing Opioid Epidemic. My aim is to ensure due process and equal protection for all U.S. physicians and the patients they serve. I am also currently in contact with colleagues who are engaged in academics in the fields of medicine, law, pharmacy, and the media, who are also engaged in encouraging public knowledge and promoting law and individual rights guaranteed under the United States Constitution and the laws of the United States.”
Neil Anand MD., Philadelphia, Pa. :
“This letter is a formal request under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 5 U.S.C. § 552 addressed to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to produce material as outlined in this letter.
My mission includes promoting government transparency and accountability by gathering official information, analyzing it, and disseminating it through reports, press releases, and/or other media, including social media platforms, all to educate the public. All the records that will eventually be produced by my FOIA request from USDOJ/DEA will be made publicly available on the internet for citizens, journalists, and scholars to review and use. USDOJ/DEA is an agency of the federal government within the meaning of 5 U.S.C. § 552(f) and has possession and control of the records that I seek.”
Lesly Pompy, MD.:
“We also request documents within and under the immediate control of CMS maintained by CMS Contractors NBI Medic (also known as Qlarant) and Trusted Third Party (also known as General Dynamics Information Technology) and Healthcare Fraud Preventive Partnership (HFPP) under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).”
Norman J Clement Rph., DDS
“Youarewithinthenorms.com (YWTN) is a nonprofit organization and patient advocacy group with a common goal of promoting the rule of law in the United States while preventing the overreach of the executive branch of the U.S. government.
Our foundation’s mission is to ensure due process and equal protection for all U.S. physicians and the patients they take care of. YWTN works with academics in medicine, law, pharmacy, and the media. In addition, YWTN is engaged in encouraging public knowledge and promoting law and individual rights guaranteed under the United States Constitution and the laws of the United States.”
RELEASED BY HHS-OIG, 836 PAGES
The U.S. Government released an emergency of the methods used to classify and attack physicians over the weekend. I am sending the information to all interested parties who have contacted me over the years. See the attached file Anand Litigation Closeout. Please send or forward to any parties who may be helped by the information.
Who is the greater killer?
|US total population||Total number of Physicians and pharmacists indicted per year|
|Total number of people||330,000,000||1000|
|Death involving controlled substances||120,000 from all drug overdoses, legal and illegal||50 per year as a result of being indicted for controlled substances|
|Death rate, %||O.036%||5%|
Based on information obtained from published US government documents, the US Attorneys Office (USAO) is now utilizing a variety of criminal forensic tools, red flags, and other indicators of drug diversion to litigate the full spectrum of drug diversion and/or health care fraud matters, both independently and in partnership with USDOJ Civil and Criminal Divisions. In addition, the DOJ and USAO also use information from the “Pill Mill Doctor Project,” which has vital information in its computerized databases of the “most likely drug-seeking patients” as well as identifying “bad actors” physicians.
“LEAVE NO DOCTOR, PHARMACIST, DENTIST UNSCATHED”
The Hidden mantra of the DOJ and DEA
“The atmosphere around prescribing for chronic pain had become so fraught that physicians felt they must avoid opioid analgesics even in cases when it contradicted their view of what would provide the best care for their patients. In some cases, this desire to reduce opioid prescribing translated to doctors tapering patients off their medications without patient consent. In other words, it meant that physicians would no longer accept patients who had a history of needing high-dose opioids.”
Not only do DEA agents under Pratt’s jurisdiction send in fake patients, they even have a fake “office” that takes calls on the affected patient. So when staff calls a previous doctor’s office for information, the DEA is there to lie to the staff.
PRATT VS. POMPY
AND THE NAZIFICATION OF MEDICAL PAIN CARE
HELEN BOREL PH.D. wrote American Agony The Opioid War Against Patients in Pain:
It’s about time all Americans stood up and told the powers that be that we won’t stand for this Gestapo state any longer; look at this one example of what Nazi America is doing to our wonderful physicians who only went to medical school to take excellent, empathic care of all of us
A highly knowledgeable, dedicated physician is raided and arrested by the DEA, and his asset seized
Here is what happened on day one without warning, the police state invaded Dr. Lesly Pompy‘s legitimate medical practice. There they confiscated his patients’ private medical records. They also took possession of his personal and family assets from his home and office.
These Hitlerian tactics were coldly executed that faithful day in September 2016 with police, unschooled in things medical, counting up his legal narcotic prescriptions and making ridiculous judgments about the volume of his pain patient prescriptions over many years. Dr. Pompy has been practicing medicine legitimately, emphatically and ethically.
POMPEY’S PATIENTS SPOKE OUT
Here are some of Dr. Pompy‘s patients’ reactions to his place state disruption in their medical care:
“He helped my dad for 15 years to keep pain low enough so he could work”
“Without Dr. Pompy, I have killed myself, it hurts so bad. Now what?”
“When other doctors gave up on me, Dr. Pompy carefully examined me and chose the best pain medication‘s I’ve ever had”.“I was there when the cops broke into Dr. Pompy‘s office. It Frightened me. I cried because I’ll never find such a kind doctor again who figure out the exact right dose for my pain“.
“My husband was hurt on the job, and he was helped with pain medicine by Dr. Pompy. Years later, my spine bones were causing pain and Dr. Pompy chose the best pain reliever for me. What will we do without him?”
Christopher R. Russo MD
HELEN BOREL PH.D. wrote American Agony The Opioid War Against Patients in Pain:
” Unspeakably unfair, devised by the catch-22 world of DOJ plotters against clinicians, because of an asset foreclosure during litigation pendencies, Dr. Russo, like all physicians, so illegally targeted, couldn’t pay for vigorous legal defense. Bogus charges, intimidation of Pain Center nursing staff into testifying against these pain specialists with threats they too would go to prison if they didn’t testify according to the prosecution’s lies are rampant.”
In the federal criminal trial of US versus Bothra et al., the prosecution was able to flip Ms. Diane Campbell and convince her to testify against her former employer Dr. Rajendra Bothra who owned the Pain Center USA in Warren, Michigan.
Ms. Campbell is a nurse practitioner specializing in family medicine. She had worked for the Pain Center USA for approximately four months. In federal court, she admitted under oath to having little to no experience in treating chronic pain patients and that Dr. Bothra had provided her with educational Opportunities, including out-of-state pain medicine conferences and review courses.
As a witness for the prosecution, Diane Campbell RN stated that the Pain Center USA was a “pill mill. “
However, on cross-examination by defense counsel, she admitted that she had no knowledge of the 2016 CDC opioid prescribing guidelines and was oblivious to the concept of morphine milligram equivalents (MME). She could not define such vague concepts as “overprescribing” or “highly addictive” or define what a “pill mill” actually was. Interestingly after the first defense attorney was finished, Ms. Campbell tried to leave the witness stand and walk out of the courtroom, and Judge Stephen Murphy III. had to abruptly inform her that three more defense attorneys needed to cross-examine her, much to her chagrin. It was at this moment… Ms. Campbell knew she screwed up.
Ms. Campbell’s characterization of the pain center as a “pill mill”, which was intentionally elicited by the prosecution, was directly contrasted by the prosecutions opening statement, which claimed that the physicians at the Pain Center USA were intentionally under-prescribing FDA-approved opioid medication to “fly under the radar“ of law-enforcement scrutiny.
Never mind that all scheduled prescriptions in the state of Michigan are reported to the Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS), the state’s prescription drug databank PDMP. Interestingly, Ms. Campbell’s testimony was directly contrasted with the prosecution’s narrative and reminiscent of Orwellian doublespeak.
In the case of this particular prosecution, the justice department wanted its cake and eat it too.
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WHEN TREATING PAIN BRINGS A CRIMINAL INDICTMENT
” Federal drug-enforcement officials have made it a serious felony for doctors to overprescribe painkillers or, as the applicable law states, to prescribe controlled substances “other than for a legitimate medical purpose and in the usual course of professional practice.”
But the line between legitimate and illegitimate prescription—as drawn by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the Justice Department—is far from clear. This puts physicians in great legal jeopardy and too often leaves their patients to suffer needless agony.
Last month a federal jury in Boston acquitted pain-relief specialist Dr. Joseph Zolo t and his nurse-practitioner Lisa Pliner of overprescribing oxycodone, methadone, and fentanyl. This prosecution shows why drug warriors need either to clarify the currently indecipherable line between treating pain and unlawfully feeding drug addicts’ habits or get out of the business of policing and terrorizing physicians.
Unfortunately, the government uses legal ambiguity for tactical advantage and will not readily clarify the lines it expects doctors to follow at their peril.
Dr. Zolot and Ms. Pliner were indicted in 2011 for their treatment of six patients between 2004 and 2006. They faced lengthy, consecutive sentences of up to 20 years for each count if convicted. Prosecutors alleged that the two providers recklessly dispensed narcotic painkillers without a legitimate medical purpose and were, in effect, dealing. The two pleaded not guilty, maintaining that their prescription practices were proper and that they were not responsible for their patients’ subsequent abuses. The jurors unanimously agreed.
The jury’s rebuke will not likely end the harassment of physicians specializing in pain management. Drug warriors collect the scalps of doctors they accuse of violating the laws; they have no concern in aiding in the relief of patients’ suffering.
In August 2004, after repeated urging, the DEA finally released guidance for the administration of narcotic analgesics. Its pamphlet, produced in cooperation with the medical community, was titled “Prescription Pain Medications: Frequently Asked Questions and Answers for Health Care Professionals and Law Enforcement Personnel.” Even if physicians disagreed with the line between legitimate medical practice and criminal over-prescription, at least they had notice of where the government drew the line.
But the DEA’s support of the guidelines was withdrawn less than two months after they were posted on the government’s website. And so doctors were left with no official guidance about how much OxyContin is enough to relieve their patient’s pain and how much could land them in prison.
The DEA’s retraction coincided with the federal prosecution of Virginia pain physician Dr. William Hurwitz, who was eventually convicted. The timing struck many observers as suspicious—did prosecutors realize that Dr. Hurwitz’s lawyers could claim that his prescribing practices conformed to its guidelines? The DEA has refused to explain why it withdrew its support, and the agency has issued no further guidance.
The prosecutions of Drs. Hurwitz and Zolot, nurse Pliner and others have ramifications that extend beyond the medical professionals unlucky enough to be caught in the DEA’s web. Doctors are increasingly afraid to prescribe certain drugs to patients who might seriously need them.
According to a 2005 survey conducted by USA Today, ABC and Stanford University Medical Center, only half of the chronic pain sufferers, including cancer patients, report that their doctors are adequately relieving their pain. “It’s a criminalization of medicine,” Ms. Pliner told one Boston reporter after the trial, adding that she was afraid, at least for now, to work as a nurse practitioner.
Dr. Zolot’s lawyer, Howard Cooper, released a statement from his client saying that he hoped that other doctors “will realize that they should not be intimidated by the federal government in prescribing pain medication to their patients who are suffering in chronic pain.”
Yet Dr. Zolot’s acquittal should not give the medical community much comfort. It is probably an aberration attributable to the Boston prosecutors’ failure to “flip” a witness. The government failed to convince nurse practitioner Pliner to testify against her boss in exchange for favorable treatment. Ms. Pliner believed that Dr. Zolot was a conscientious and caring doctor and that neither of them had done anything wrong.
Experienced criminal defense lawyers have endless stories of their clients being offered favorable deals, even immunity from prosecution if they provide incriminating testimony against higher-ups. As Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz often told his criminal-law students, the problem is that this practice teaches witnesses “not only to sing but also to compose.”
Defense attorneys in the 1980s and ’90s argued that offers of deals encouraged perjury and constituted obstruction of justice. These claims met with brief success in some federal district courts but were overturned at the appellate level, and the practice quickly resumed.
One lawyer in the Zolot case attributed the two defendants’ sticking together to the fact that the two shared a special kinship: They were Soviet refuseniks who came to America as political refugees and met in this country:. “Both have a healthy mistrust of the government.”
Mr. Silverglate, a Boston criminal-defense and civil-liberties litigator, is the author of “Three Felonies a Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent” (Encounter, second edition 2011).
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