reported by youarewithinthenorms.com
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. IN THE SPIRIT OF WALTER R. CLEMENT BS., MS, MBA. HARVEY JENKINS MD, PH.D., IN THE SPIRIT OF 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 KILLINGSWORTH, RENEE BLARE, RPH, DR. TERENCE SASAKI, MD LESLY POMPY MD., CHRISTOPHER RUSSO, 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
DOING EVERYTHING BY THE BOOK UNJUSTLY LANDS DR. RANDY LAMARTINERE, MD, 15 YEARS OF FEDERAL PRISON TIME
On March 30, 2023, Proud and Stoic Dr. Randy Lamartinere, MD, told Judge Brian Jackson (one of America’s most corrupted and conflicted Federal Judges) who, before giving him 15 years in prison, “I have never knowingly done anything to harm any patient!!!”
According to Dr. Linda Cheeks, MD, from Doctors of Courage:
“Dr. Lamartiniere, 64 years old, was a successful Internal Medicine physician with 30 years of experience. Now face 15 years imprisonment on the bogus conviction of being a drug trafficker.
Dr. Lamartinere started seeing pain patients in 2014 after their previous physician abandoned them. He continued their usual pain management regimen after informing them of the fact that he was not a pain management physician and planned to refer some of the patients to pain management specialists but had limited success.
So he did what any GOOD doctor would do—he took conferences and got his CMEs on safe opioid prescribing. He followed these principles. He systematically tried tapering the patients’ doses, but when the taper was shown to be harmful to the patient’s pain control or quality of life, he adjusted the dose back up. This is all in accordance with the CDC guidelines and the CDC’s recent statement in response to the letter from HP3:
Dr. Lamartiniere did everything by the book, as we all do. He monitored their care with drug screens and conducted reevaluations every three months for his very reasonable standard medical fee without any added charges for pain management. He became so busy that he eventually refused new pain patients because he wanted his clinic to remain Internal Medicine.”
PLATO’S PRE-CRIME MODELING SYSTEM DOOMS ALL PROVIDERS OF HEALTHCARE
DR. RANDY LAMARTINIERE, MD
The Government, through the National Benefit Integrity Medic (NBI MEDIC) engages in Pre-Crime, criminal forensics, data analytics, artificial intelligence, and computer programs, with titles like “Multi-Prescriber Vulnerability”, “Pill Mill Doctor” project, Trio Prescriber 1.0 and 2.0, Doctor Shopper Prescriber, Pill Mill Prescriber 2.0, Subsys Analysis, Death Analysis, Peer Comparison, Prescriber Schedule II Controlled Substances Risk Assessment 1.0, Pharmacist Clinical Reviews, Subsys Analysis, Death Analysis, Predictive Model Learning Analytics Tracking Outcome (PLATO) tool and Peer Comparison PLATO Profile.
“HEALTH INTEGRITY PLATO,” USED IN LAMRTINIERE’S CASE, REPRESENTS VENDOR FRAUD
National Benefit Integrity Medic (NBI MEDIC) PLATO engages in Pre-Crime AND WAS USED ON DR. RANDY LAMARTINIERE.
USE OF QUICK ANALYSIS FLAG
ATTORNEY JEFFERY SESSION’S HEALTHCARE PRE-CRIME TARGETING PACKAGE PROGRAM
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PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION USED IN LAMARTINIERE’S CASE ALLOWS DEA TO EVISCERATE HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS’ 4TH AMENDMENTS RIGHTS
JUDGE BRIAN JACKSON IS LISTED AS ONE OF AMERICA’S MOST CORRUPTED AND CONFLICTED FEDERAL JUDGES IN LOUISIANNA
“Seven federal judges in Louisiana are among the 131 in the United States who failed to recuse themselves from cases in which they had a financial conflict of interest, an investigation by The Wall Street Journal has found.
The newspaper’s reporters cross-referenced reams of disclosure forms with dockets to discover cases where judges should have stepped aside because they owned stock in companies before them. The judges weren’t accused of tipping the scales for personal gain. But under federal ethics law, they should have recused themselves from even the most minor of actions when they owned stock in the companies.
Another Eastern District jurist, retired Judge Ginger Berrigan, also had a conflict identified by the newspaper. The court did not comment on her behalf. President Bill Clinton nominated her.
Across the rest of the state, the newspaper identified five other judges with either one or two conflicts: Brian Jackson and John deGravelles of Baton Rouge, both nominated by President Barack Obama; Maurice Hicks Jr. of Shreveport and Dee Drell of Alexandria, both nominated by President George W. Bush; and Donald Walter of Shreveport, nominated by President Ronald Reagan.”
The real cause of America’s opioid crisis: Doctors are not to blame:
According to Richard Lawhern, Ph.D.:
“For millions of Americans, long-term opioid therapies are the only treatments that make severe pain manageable and preserve the limited quality of life. However, U.S. public health policy is killing patients in wholesale lots by forcing doctors out of pain medicine and patients into street markets or suicide.
When it is understood that doctors are not now — and likely never were — the primary source of America’s opioid crisis, much of current public policy on addiction, overdose deaths, and harm reduction is revealed to be either profoundly misdirected or outright fraudulent nonsense. “
In yet another publication by Josh Bloom — on August 9, 2022, he pointed out:
“A critically important paper in the journal Frontiers in Pain Medicine concludes that while the rationale for reducing opioid prescriptions to minimize overdose deaths was sound between 2006 and 2010, the opposite was true during the ensuing decade. Reducing opioid prescriptions during this time dramatically increased deaths and hospitalizations. In other words, what worked 15 years ago is an unmitigated disaster at this time.
Although pain patients and advocates have been screaming about these abuses – mostly on deaf ears – for years, they have been largely ignored. Still, a new study in Frontiers in Pain Medicine demonstrates exactly how wrong our prohibitionist policies have been. The study is long and complex, containing 37 references. Dr. Josh Bloom focused on the highlights and overall message – that the policy of severely restricting prescribed opioid drugs may have saved lives 20 years ago, but times have changed.”
“IT WILL BE APPEALED“
In a short statement to youarewithinthenorms.com, his Attorney Beau Brindley stated, “Of course, it will be appealed.”
“The Court’s gross violation of Ruan’s directive that a doctor’s guilt be dictated SOLELY by his subjective intent will be redressed by the Fifth Circuit.
Dr. Lamartiniere will be fully exonerated, just like Dr. Kahn and Dr. Henson before him. I will see to it that his struggle will become another building block in the revised body of law that protects well-intentioned physicians from unjust prosecutorial overreach.”
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Oh no!! Is this pre or post appeal? He said they were appealing, which is why I ask. I’ve been on social media hiatus for a bit. I know the court barred his defense from introducing the Ruan decision, citing that it would raise the bar for conviction “too high”. I know he had excellent legal representation. And still, this is how it came out for him in the end. Need we more evidence that the system is rigged against our doctors and pain sufferers? They’ve meddled, manipulated and tweaked it to where it’s JUST the way the DEA/DOJ likes it. Where nearly any doctor who is targeted by the system can count on one thing. That’s having a snowball’s chance in hell of being able to properly defend themselves. Which, in my mind, makes these proceedings the epitome of going to Kangaroo Court. It’s not just Randy, I feel terribly for ALL physicians who’ve been put through this spectacular farce. Every time I read the news about another doc being brought up on charges that the media has fixated on, I can’t help but think to myself, “But did they, REALLY?”. Sadly, that’s no joke. We shouldn’t have to question the legitimacy of the charges, but we all know that they’re almost certainly bloated and sensationalized. That way they can force the majority into signing plea deals. Not that I can blame them. When they come at you with 1000 years in prison or 10, if you just sign this little piece of paper agreeing to your GUILT, there just aren’t many who are going to risk it. A fact they know well. Don’t even get me started on how complicit the media is. In fact, I better stop here or I’m going to rage ramble. I’m so sorry to hear about Randy. I sincerely hope he can still appeal, even though we all know what to expect to come from that. Pardon me if my appeal question was answered in the article posted. I’m going to read it now. I was just caught off guard by the sentencing. Ugh. I hate this. I hate this for our doctors and I hate it for us.
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