Doctor accused in murder plot surrenders Miss, license
“He must reapply as a new applicant. It's a new process.”
A Batesville doctor charged in a murder-for-hire plot has surrendered his Mississippi medical license. via The Mississippi Press
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#1 Mar 30, 2008
Dr. Mayfield has confessed, pleaded guilty, has been sentenced & has began serving his sentence. He is remorseful, to say the least, for the poor choices that he made. He's so greatful that no-one got physically harmed because of his actions. I think that justice was served, and everyone should just move on from this, as kickin one when he/she are down is not the right avenue to take. Just pray for him & hope that, from this, a hard lesson has been learned by Dr. Mayfield. It is a travesty to all parties involved. It is a travesty to God, yet I know that God has accepted Dr. Mayfield's cry for forgiveness.
#2 Apr 15, 2008
thats so STUPID!why in the world would a doctor want to ruin their career wit all of that BIG money that they were making and kill somebody that they are gettin payed by just 2 perform their wonderful job.
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