KevinMD May 25, 2024
L. Joseph Parker, MD

When it comes to journalism and health care prosecutions, today’s “papers” are so yellow that they could damage vision like a 580 nm laser. I have personally seen and suffered from this unbalanced approach to reporting and felt a need to provide a counternarrative based on reason instead of hyperbole. After studying hundreds of cases, I will argue that in roughly fifty percent of these, the government has paid hundreds of thousands and sometimes millions of dollars to convict a completely innocent person who had absolutely no criminal intent. On the other hand … sometimes, they get it right.

When they do, we need to acknowledge it and give them credit. It proves that they do know how to do...

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