Lawsuit of Former Texas Medical Board Member, Who Is Also Paid Expert Witness For Insurers, Is Dismissed

 
Congratulations go out to Dr. Steven Hotze for successfully aiding to rid corruption in government and medicine.  Accolades for excellent writing go to Dr. Lawrence Huntoon and the Association of American Physicians & Surgeons (AAPS) for shedding light on massive conflict of interest and a shell game that is defrauding the American public.  
 
We at Katy’s happen to know that the TMB visciously and maliciously went after the licenses of several Texas physicians who are advancing the understanding of the indoor environment being the causation of debilitating illness in workers, occupants and school children. To silence, discredit and ruin the careers of  these environmental doctors by deeming them guilty of malpractice (while simultaneously generating professional witness income from the shell game) saves property and workers comp insurers from having to admit their financial responsibility for the causation of environmental illness.  This then shifts the insurer’s cost burden and care for the long term illnesses and injuries onto social service programs, aka the Texas and American taxpayer.
 

Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons Volume 17 Number 1 Spring 2012
Editorial by Lawrence R. Huntoon, M.D., Ph.D.

 
LAWSUIT OF TEXAS MEDICAL BOARD MEMBER DISMISSED
 
“Miller is a physician and, from 2003 until 2007, he served on the Texas Medical Board (TMB). He was the chairman of the TMBs disciplinary Process Review Committee…. Hotze became aware of Miller’s alleged conduct on the TMB and that Miller had testified as an expert against physicians in over forty medical malpractice cases while on the TMB.
 
Hotze wrote an editorial in a community newspaper complaining about the TMB, without mentioning Miller. He wrote additional editorials describing the alleged denial of constitutional rights of physicians who appeared before Miller and the TMB……The Court’s decision that ‘Miller take nothing’ should serve as a bold reminder to all public officials, especially those who serve on medical boards, that their official conduct and performance are subject to public scrutiny and criticism…
 
Our ability to hold public officials accountable for their actions and to preserve our First Amendment right to raise concerns and express grievances No Civil Conspiracy Decision about any public official or government agency is preserved only through the actions of courageous individuals, such as Dr. Steven F. Hotze,who stand up and fight back”
 
Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, Spring 2012 Volume 17 Number 1 in ENTIRETY
 
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One Response to Lawsuit of Former Texas Medical Board Member, Who Is Also Paid Expert Witness For Insurers, Is Dismissed

  1. Linda says:

    Apparently you can’t say anything bad about a person but it is okay to poison them in our country. Something doesn’t sound right to me. Linda Delp

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