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    Psychiatrist pleads guilty to sabotaging trails


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    30 days and 2 years banned.
    Not nearly enough!
    He needs to pay restitution as well as pain and suffering and banned for life!
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    maybe he was in a fog?

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    Quote Originally Posted by owtdorz View Post
    30 days and 2 years banned.
    Not nearly enough!
    He needs to pay restitution as well as pain and suffering and banned for life!
    No worries, I am sure the lawsuits are coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metalaficionado View Post
    No worries, I am sure the lawsuits are coming.
    cant you lose your license over that? I'm sure between that and civil suits, he's getting his.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chollaball View Post
    cant you lose your license over that? I'm sure between that and civil suits, he's getting his.
    license depends on the state, some are pretty lenient but Yes felony usually does it

    however even if he keeps his license, who is going to hire a felon doctor?
    and he will never get professional medical liability insurance.

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    Reading the comments from that article reminds me AGAIN why I should NEVER read the comments...
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    Quote Originally Posted by longhairmike View Post
    maybe he was in a fog?
    Is that similar to a brain cloud.....?

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    Yeah hes supposed to treat people who have problems and act out in manners such as he did...
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    Still blows my mind because before I was a rider myself I used to love seeing guys bomb down the trails all geared up as long as they showed some coutesy as the approached to pass and slowed down for me and my dog. It amazes me people cannot appreciate others outdoor hobbies and just be happy to see other out enjoying life.
    Keep the rubber side down

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    Since he worked for Jackson County, he would have been in a position to recommend involuntary civil committments for people on 72 hour holds remanded to the local courts, and as a psychriatrist, would have been able to order narcotics and other drugs for patients in his care. I do hope we've heard the last from this guy.

    And ya...let's HOPE he lost his license.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noelg View Post
    Reading the comments from that article reminds me AGAIN why I should NEVER read the comments...
    Couldn't agree more. One heck of a leap to start getting political. But those comments help make me feel better about myself, just like going to Walmart. Also, glad he got punished.

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