Thursday, July 5, 2007

Rush to Judgement in Wrestlers Death

Today, the doctor and friend of Chris Bennoit the professional grappler was released from jailhouse and placed on house apprehension at his mother's home. Bash a speedy hunt on the internet, and you will happen many protagonists of Dr. Astin. There are some patients who state he treated them without insurance, he had great bedside manner, and he was an first-class physician. So how make we explicate the categorically positive statements by patients about this doctor to an apprehension of the physician, leading to jailhouse time, and a shutting of his practice?

Dr. Phil Astin is a victim of our evident demand to happen incrimination for that which we make not understand. We have got no replies as to why this grappler murdered his family, so we fault the physician, and friend of the wrestler. We have got done it before in our haste to happen solutions, happen answers, and explicate the unexplainable.

Recent memory conveys to mind Richard Jewell, the security military officer dragged through the mud, and intense probe because he "identified the Olympic bomb". Only later we learned it was Eric Rudolph who planted the bomb. For nearly a year, the focusing was on Richard Jewell, while we ignored other hints leading elsewhere.

Then we saw it again when Leslie Howard Stern was accused of "killing Anna Nicole Ian Smith with drugs". Again, the decease was unexplainable and we rushed to judgment, blaming the closest individual to her astatine the clip of death, Leslie Howard Stern. Later we learned the necropsy left many unreciprocated questions.

Then we watched it again with the Duke Lacross participants accused of rape, only to larn that the full narrative was made up by a mentally sick women, and exacerbated, by a prosecuting lawyer seeking to capitalise on the law-breaking to acquire reelected.

When we don't understand, we seek to make sense of the unexplainable and we make that by placing incrimination on somebody, anybody. Today we are blaming the doctor for prescribing drugs, however there is no indicant the doctor prescribed steroids to the grappler and we don't cognize what medicine was prescribed on the twenty-four hours of the attack.

Dr. Astin's business office is raided and his records confiscated and the news studies that he was arrested, for over prescribing medicine to other patients, unrelated to the wrestler. What in the human race is going on here?

I have got no thought of whether or not Dr. Astin prescribed an inappropriate medicine to the grappler Chris Bennoit, but Dr. Astin makes not necessitate to be arrested for doing what he is paid to do, be a doctor. He did not kill the grappler nor the grapplers family. He prescribed medicine to his patient's, that's what a physician is paid to do.

If we desire to put incrimination perhaps it should rest on the drug manufacturers, the gross sales representatives selling the drugs to the doctors. Perhaps we should see what the necropsy uncovers before we hotfoot to judgment, and larn to accept that we don't have got all of the answers. Sometimes we just don't cognize what happened. We don't know, what we don't know.

We are putting the cart in presence of the Equus caballus in this case. We necessitate to decelerate down, and larn the cause of decease before rushing to "explain, what we can't explain". It is a calamity to the American justness system that we continually fault person for that which we don't understand. Get off of the docs back, and allow the facts of the lawsuit blossom first. The facts of the lawsuit will be revealed soon enough. Wait for them before rushing to judgement.

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