Hospital Hijack – 3 counts of attempted murder
To Protect & Serve - But only if it benefits us
Date: 11/7/2013 2:12:31 PM ( 9 y ) ... viewed 1621 times
Day 7 counting down.
In the wee morning hours I wake to a faint calling of my name.
I find my wife laying on the hard tile floor of our guest bathroom unable to move.
A puddle of congealed blood 6 inches in diameter shows the seriousness of the head strike.
An eternity passes before the EMT's show up and strap her to a board.
This is the third time in 5 weeks she's been rushed to the hospital.
Her blood pressure medicine hasn't been working.
The lead EMT refuses to take her to our hospital.
So? Over the years she's been taken at least 5 times, never to have this refusal.
He says it further away, yes it is, by 2 miles.
Five times he refuses, he hems, he haws he uses up over 10 minutes with his blowing smoke out his butt.
Well surpassing the 2 minutes needed for the "further" distance.
I finally relent just to get her to the emergency ward.
We are placed in a drafty corridor next to the entrance (she on the gurney) for almost an hour.
No emergency room for her, why? It's inhabited by the entire infectious ward.
The Doctor can't come out, I see him through the window, appropriately suited up.
After 10 minutes of being in the cold hallway, the EMT's supervisor shows up.
For the next 45 minutes (while standing next to my wife and I).
He explains (to the EMT's) that there will be a lawsuit because it took 19 minutes to get to my house.
Their contract specifies a max of 10 minutes.
Why in hell is this idiot talking about this next to us?
He basically tells the driver to lie and that he drove "slow".
After he leaves, the driver comes to a realization and tells the other EMT, "That means I would be doing 35 mph on the freeway!".
He was NOT a happy camper.
But then, neither was I.
So? Let's count the attempts to kill my wife.
1. Twice the time to get to our house.
2. Blatant disregard for her safety in the process of Hijacking us to another hospital.
3. Knowing the emergency room wasn't available.
Do you think the EMT's realize how screwed they are?
How about the officer at the 911 center who ordered the hijack?
To what end you ask? MONEY, what else?
The next day an officer arrives at the hospital to sell police owned and run security services.
He informs them they had a very dangerous guy at the hospital last night.
And wouldn't it be bad, publicity wise, if they didn't take precautions and the bad guy did something?
Too funny, I've been lucky in my life, I've never physically harmed anyone and have no intention to do so, ever.
But, sad to say, I am now one of the most dangerous people on the planet.
I use to lay awake nights worrying about the people who would die when this became public.
It was one of the reasons the 5 year plan became the 10 year plan.
But, after a decade of unending harassment and now harassing and endangering my wife, I simply no longer care.
Snicker, I wonder if they realize the steps the hospital will take when it becomes aware of this?
Days to come:
Minus 10 years – A beginning
Hate Crimes x 1000
Minus 2 years - Lies 4 Money
Pre & Post Homeland InSecurity - Power to trailer trash
Kind Sir, 30 million & a piece of paper....please
Items and order may change but the truth remains.....
Your Humble Servant,
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