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Abovetopsecret - MSNBC - Police at My Front Door

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posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 03:29 PM
Search didn't work for me - I was looking for the post (probably was in ATS General Conspiracies) where an ATS member left the VA hospital without treatment and the police showed up at his door.

Anyway, it's mainstreamed on MSNBC:

At least one patient tracked down by police after leaving a Veterans Affairs urgent care center found the experience unnecessary. The patient, who posted an account on the website, suffered from a staph infection and other ailments and left the emergency room after becoming nauseated during a long wait. At 2:30 a.m., there was a knock on the door.

"Told the policeman I had a staph infection and he backed away," wrote the poster, who confirmed the experience to, but did not want to be identified. "Told him I would see my primary care provider in the morning and that I could not believe they sent the police."

Under the sub heading "Newsvine Poll" - "Would you want doctors to send police?" which links to it's comment page linked to:

ATS members in the news.

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