Originally posted by RP2SticksOfDynamite
I find it hard to believe that an experienced nurse aged 46 with 2 teenage children would off herself over a hoax call transfer... What do you
Also, does K have a problem with having babies?
I find this all very suspicious, as I do the wanting to change the law around succession etc. Seems like the blood line is protecting the line and
wanting to prevent a non-bloodline successor.
edit on 11-12-2012 by Gemwolf because: Added ex tags and source
First of all, it is a criminal offence to release private patient information in the UK, and that is without it being a royal. Releasing information
to the press, or some random caller, can end your career over night.
The fact that this relates to a member of the Royal family makes this not only a civil problem, but potentially an issue of national security. This is
something the government and Royal protection would be highly interested in.
In addition, the hospital in question is the Royal hospital, it's not just a regular NHS site. This is where all the Royals go for treatment relating
to anything. This means that the level of professionalism expected from staff is much higher than everywhere else.
Those working at this hospital have worked damn hard to get there. They are professionals, dedicated to their careers, devoted to the care of
We also have to consider that the nurse was of Asian origin. It's a fact that pride and service are more culturally valued in the Asian community
than in many others.
Jacintha Saldanha worked hard to build her career, and she was obviously proud to be working at one of the best and most important hospitals in the
country when it comes to their visitors. She was subjected to a malicious call and found herself - along with a colleague - potentially responsible
for not only leaking information of a patient, but leaking the information of ROYAL!
Although the hospital claims that no action was being taken, I find that very hard to believe. They would be looking for a scapegoat, someone to blame
for their security failure. Jacintha Saldanha probably thought that she would be the one to take the blame for not checking the validity of the caller
- even though she was just filling in while the receptionist (who would have had the right protocols to follow) was no there.
I find it highly plausible that she took her own life because she felt ashamed of being responsible, and she felt embarrassed about being the one to
have let that call through. She probably thought that she'd ended her career, that she would be blamed, and that she'd let people down.
Of course, she didn't. Almost everyone placed blame where it lies - with those twisted excuses for adults who act like drunk teenagers.
Those who think this is something more suspicious, or that she was killed by the establishment, have a deluded idea of what they want to believe.
There is no reason for the establishment to kill her, none at all. If they did, why not the nurse who actually gave out the information? Why do it at
her home? Why is there absolutely no evidence, reason or excuse at all?
Sorry, but the idea that she was killed is not only a stretch of the imagination, it's a delusion created by people who find any excuse to blame the
establishment for everything from global warming to the price of bacon. There is no grand conspiracy here. There is no common sense to believe that
there would be, no indications at all that anything other than a suicide took place. People who think this was a murder really need to get some
treatment - they are creating a fantasy scenario to fulfil their beliefs that the establishment is responsible for everything wrong in the world.
As for the DJ's, I don't think anything should happen to them. I think they made a pathetic attempt to be just like all the other shock-jock
presenters in Australia, and they resort to cheap laughs to get their audience. The quality of radio in Australia is pathetically sad. It's all about
cut-throat competition and being a low as they can possibly be. Really, these people would execute someone live on air if they could get away with it.
That's the culture of the businesses, overcrowded and in competition with the lowest of the low.
They messed up, they disregarded common sense and made a terrible decision. They will have to live with this for the rest of their lives. They have
been punished enough already.