investigator, Thomas Rozinski, alternately threatened the witness and falsely promised
the witness absolute immunity from criminal charges and civil penalties in order to
obtain the testimony he wanted, even though Rozinski had no authority to offer or to
grant such immunity.
At least until the board leveled its charges against her, Dr. Jameson enjoyed an
excellent professional reputation and respect among her patients and the community
generally. She is a gifted practitioner, and many of her patients have achieved results
not obtained with other care providers. Insurance companies recognized Dr.
Jameson’s services and paid for treatment she provided their insureds; her practice
was thriving, and she enjoyed the privilege of being a chiropractor in Oregon.
After the board publicized its charges against Dr. Jameson, however, her
practice began to suffer. Some patients stayed away, even some who did not know of
the charges until Rozinski sought them out and informed them. Insurance carriers, as
is policy toward accused practitioners, refused payment for her services. Her revenues
diminished. Dr. Jameson was emotionally distraught by the charges; sleeplessness and
stress increased to an unhealthy level, and Dr. Jameson developed Type-II diabetes as
a result. She has incurred substantial loss of income and legal expense to defend
against the false charges.