December 07, 2012
This guy may very well be imminently subject to criminal legal action. He knowingly tried to aid a spouse in a nasty divorce case, when the instant cause of the visit was sleeplessness and possibly depression, by prescribing a dangerous anti-psychotic drug, described as a "sleeping aid." Only my sister, an RN, discovered it. He did this on the recommendation of the spouse, also an MD, I guess to portray me as a psychotic -- great preparation for the ensuing custody battle.
He apparently also conspired with her to make the same "sleeping aid" prescription, which I have proof of. This is blatantly illegal in New York State and will be pursued. Thank goodness my RN sister caught it. I had no idea. Describing dangerous anti-psychotic drugs as "sleeping aids" in the middle of a divorce case, in conspiracy with the opposing spouse, amigos, this is bad. This is not incompetence -- this is malpractice and possibly criminal. They knew what they were doing. This is unreal.
For the sleeping aid, I trusted them. And look what I got. Dangerous anti-psychotic stuff w/o them telling me what it was.