Friday, May 27, 2011

Anaesthetist charged over hepatitis C outbreak - But don't mention abortion

It seems someone at the ABC went out of their way not to associate this criminal activity with the Abortion Industry - ditto for the ABC's radio news as well. Abortion isn't mentioned in the story or the articles tags.

From ABC News - 27th May 2011

Police have charged a doctor as part of an investigation into a hepatitis C outbreak at a Melbourne medical clinic.

Forty-nine women were infected after being treated at the Croydon Day Surgery in 2008 and 2009.

All of the woman have the same strain of hepatitis C as their anaesthetist, Dr James Latham Peters.

The 61-year-old Hawthorn man is facing 162 charges, including 54 counts each of conduct endangering life and negligently and recklessly causing serious injury.

Peters appeared relaxed in the dock of the Melbourne Magistrates' Court during a brief court appearance.

He was released on bail on strict conditions and had to provide a $200,000 surety.

He will return to court in August.

Continue reading at the ABC

No comments:

Post a Comment