• Petitioning Dan Rubin

This petition will be delivered to:

New Mexico Medical Board, Administrative Prosecutor
Dan Rubin
New Mexico Medical Board, Executive Director
Lynn Hart
New Mexico Medical Board, Medical Director
C. Grant La Farge, MD
NM Medical Review Commission
Ellen M. Kelly

Revoke their license for malpractice and rape

    1. Philip Deatherage
    2. Petition by

      Philip Deatherage

      Dana Point, CA

On January 2nd and 3rd, 2013, Dr. Robert Wilcox and Dr. Okaay Odocha at Gila Medical Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, performed medical procedures including anal probing, surgery, enemas, and a colonoscopy on their victim David Eckert not only without his consent, but with him protesting. This was done during a 12 hour period. This amounts to malpractice at best, and rape at worst. Doctors take an oath to do no harm, and to respect their patients. In this case, what these two doctors did was highly unethical, and highly immoral. We must send a message to physicians that operating on a patient against his will, is wrong and carries consequences so that this does not happen to other people.

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    Reasons for signing

    • John Luke RIDGEWOOD, NJ
      • 12 months ago

      Why is this important to me? Does this question need to be asked? What a sick, twisted, horrifying and sordid tale this is, and that's BEFORE we get to the multiple anal rape (and bill the victim for it) part. Fire the cops, strip the medical personnel of their licenses, censure the judge, bust the DA, and give the town of Deming to the poor bastard who had to endure all of this.

    • Kevin Sudds MORENO VALLEY, CA
      • 12 months ago

      Horrified at the behavior of the doctors in this instance. A clear violation of their Hippocratic oath.

    • Larry Diffey AUSTIN, TX
      • 12 months ago

      Because the police are out of control. They are tyrants and thugs.

    • Forrest Miller NORMAN, OK
      • 12 months ago

      Gross violation of the hippocratic oath.


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