In the email last night (I wrote this person back, and got permission to post this):
I am a home health worker in Washington State.
We fight every day for the well being of our clients.
We deal with docs all the time that think it’s the “time” for the patient, or that they just have “the dwindles”.
With care and intervention they’ve done very well.
Healthcare providers need to be honest.
Real grunt docs fight for the vulnerable not kill them.
You are not God. You are not invincible. If you can’t take the heat get out of the way of those of us who can.
These people had a right to life, not execution.
When more of the truth comes out, we won’t be suprised at the “uppitty” attitude these killers will spout.
Dr. Pou was weak, should not of been in charge.
Where to begin. I’ll start with a presumption of innocence, and that the facts presented in the indictment aren’t terribly damning.
I’m glad I wasn’t in Dr. Pou’s shoes, and doubt there’s any actual wrongdoing there in NOLA. This email, however, shows some disagreement.
Perhaps you would like to retort?