Friday, February 5, 2016

NEW YORK CITY JEWISH DOCTOR ACCUSED OF EJACULATING ON PATIENT'S FACE


Medical pervert, Dr. David Newman, is wanted for questioning in the sexual assault of a 22-year-old emergency room patient

I hope people are beginning to fully grasp the depraved nature of the Jewish influence in our country and within the medical system itself. Because of the Jewish influence, the sexual torture and genital mutilation of infants has become the norm, and as I have documented extensively in my book, Birth Trauma and the Dark Side of Modern Medicine, sexual assault of all kinds by American doctors is a common occurrence in American hospitals. In addition to performing unnecessary episiotomies, hysterectomies, mastectomies, etc., doctors are also involved in outright raping unconscious women while they under the affect of anesthesia. These psychos get off on giving women paralyzing drugs so they cannot move while they are being raped, and sometimes this is combined with amnesia drugs so the women will not remember what happened to them. Too bad for the perverts, however, is the fact that many women DO remember what the doctors have done to them and more and more of these debased "professionals" are being arrested for their crimes.

The day is at hand when all of their filthy behavior is being exposed. The avalanche of Truth is now unstoppable and it will be a happy day when Mankind stands up to these disgusting entities and extinguishes them and all forms of evil from our planet.

Source Articles:
NYC – jewish doctor accused of ejaculating on patient
https://theuglytruth.wordpress.com/2016/02/03/nyc-jewish-doctor-accused-of-ejaculating-on-patient/#more-111918

and
Exclusive: Mount Sinai doc accused of ejaculating on patient
http://m.nydailynews.com/new-york/exclusive-mount-sinai-doc-accused-ejaculating-patient-article-1.2496055


A prominent doctor at Mount Sinai Hospital is the target of an NYPD investigation after a 22-year-old patient accused him of knocking her out with morphine and ejaculating on her face, the Daily News has learned.

Dr. David Newman — an emergency physician described as a leading voice for health care reforms — has been questioned by detectives but not taken into custody, police said Thursday. The Manhattan District Attorney’s office is also involved in the probe, police said.

The 45-year-old Iraq War veteran has already been barred from seeing patients as the investigation plays out, hospital officials said.

“We are aware of an allegation that has been made against one of our physicians,” the hospital said in a statement. “This is a matter under investigation and we are fully cooperating with the appropriate authorities. We take this matter very seriously and are conducting our own internal investigation.”

Sources described the Jan. 11 incident in sickening detail.

The patient showed up at Mount Sinai Hospital shortly before 10:30 p.m. complaining of pain in her right shoulder. She was taken to a private room inside the emergency room where nurses gave her two pain pills and a shot for inflammation. Because the woman was still in pain, a nurse administered morphine. The patient was then told to change into a gown for X-rays.

The woman claims she removed her shirt and bra, but kept her pants on. The woman was still dressed in the gown when Newman walked into her room following the X-ray.

“I’m going to give you a shot of morphine,” the doctor told her, according to sources familiar with the woman’s claims.

The patient says she told the doctor that a nurse had already administered the drug, but she then felt a burning sensation in her arm that convinced her that Newman gave her more morphine anyway.

The visit turned creepy when the patient, while the doctor was examining her back, told him she felt pain on the right side of her chest. Newman started fondling her breasts, she alleged, according to sources.

The doctor then moved her bed away from the wall and positioned himself with his back toward the patient. The woman heard the sounds of someone masturbating — and then felt semen on her face, she claimed.

All the while, she was unable to move because she was heavily medicated, sources said.
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Mount Sinai Hospital has barred Newman, an Iraq War veteran, from seeing patients.

Newman, after allegedly finishing his dirty deed, used a blanket to wipe off the substance from her face. A nurse later came into the room and found the woman in a blacked-out state.

“What is wrong with her? Why is she like this?” the patient heard the nurse ask a staffer, sources said.

The nurse, joined by another physician, Dr. Andrew Jagoda, roused the woman and asked what happened. The patient was drifting in and out of consciousness and unable to respond, she claimed, according to sources.

Once the woman woke up, she walked into the bathroom and spotted what appeared to be semen on her face and bare chest. She told police she wiped it off with a gown, which she then placed in a plastic bag along with the bedding — presumably to preserve as evidence, sources said.

When Jagoda returned to the room a short while later, the patient described what happened and said she wanted to go home. Jagoda asked the woman if she wanted him to call the police. She said she wanted to speak with his supervisor, sources said.

Jagoda then dropped a bombshell — his supervisor was Newman, the doctor she accused of sexual abuse. Horrified, the woman gathered her belongings and left the hospital, sources said.
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Newman is accused of ejaculating on a 22-year-old patient’s face after incapacitating her with a dose of morphine.

The doctor has published a book called “Hippocrates Shadow: Secrets from the House of Medicine,” in which he lampoons what he sees as a growing disconnect between doctors and their patients.

Newman served as a major in the U.S. Army Reserves. In 2005, he was deployed to Iraq where he received an Army Commendation Medal, according to his author’s note.

Newman, who was the subject of a 2009 medical malpractice suit that was dismissed by a judge, didn’t return requests for comment.

A woman, who spoke through the door at his home in Montclair, N.J., had little to say.

“Sorry,” she said. “Nothing happened.”

With Joseph Stepansky

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