Has former henchman of the Texas Medical Board, Keith E MillerMD, met his match?
In testimony under oath today, "the worst medical board member in the country" sworehe's
never met another doctor
like yours truly. Recall that I investigated him after hemanipulated the medical board to investigate me for failing to release a single lab report toa single patient in a timely manner.I must have made an impression.In fact, he sworethat he is "scared to death" of me.I exposed Miller's conflicts of interest with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas and his hired guntestimony for plaintiffs' lawyers, usually against his doctor colleagues, in over a half dozendifferent states.I exposed his nurse Bridget Yvette Hughes who, although sheacknowledged the forgeries of over 50 schedule II narcotics prescriptions, was neverarrested, charged, or prosecuted in Shelby County (or anywhere else) nor was she everdisciplined by the nursing board.Although Dr. Miller knew Hughes was fired for forging narcotics prescriptions,
he still hired her.
He knew she continued her felonious actions while she worked for him.He knew shehad agreed in a non-disciplinary order with the nursing board not to portray herself as anurse practitioner; not only did he do nothing to stop her, he
portrayed her as anurse practitioner.On occasions, he was not even physically present in his office whenHughes was illegally performing as a nurse practitioner. Miller was fully aware that Hugheshad agreed in an order with the nursing board not to prescribe medications, and he knewshe continued to violate her order. Dr. Miller knew that CVS pharmacist Lacory Miller filledHughes' prescriptions.This is what LectLaw says about aiding and abetting criminal activity:
AIDING AND ABETTING - The guilt of a person in a criminal casemay be proved without evidence that he personally did every actinvolved in the commission of the crime charged. The lawrecognizes that, ordinarily, anything a person can do for himself may also be accomplished through direction of another person asan agent, or by acting together with, or under the direction of,another person or persons in a joint effort.So, if the acts or conduct of an agent, employee or otherassociate of the person are willfully directed or authorized by theperson, or if the person aids and abets another person bywillfully joining together with that person in the commission of acrime, then the law holds the person responsible for the conductof that other person just as though the person had engaged insuch conduct himself.x Notice, however, that before any personcan be held criminally responsible for the conduct of others it isnecessary that the person willfully associate himself in someway with the crime, and willfully participate in it. Mere presenceat the scene of a crime and even knowledge that a crime is beingcommitted are not sufficient to establish that a person eitherdirected or aided and abetted the crime.
Questions of the day:Why does Shelby County District Attorney Lynda Russell refuse to