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Drake

Kuttawa, KY

#1 Mar 16, 2012
I guess everyone that accused him of criminal behavior feels bad now...never made the news people!
law

Chicago, IL

#2 Mar 16, 2012
Drake wrote:
I guess everyone that accused him of criminal behavior feels bad now...never made the news people!
YET! it's still being investigated. Said it would take 2-3 months. Hold ur horses!
surprise

Paducah, KY

#3 Mar 17, 2012
It took the Sean McDonald story a whole year to make the news. Just wait...
surprise

Paducah, KY

#4 Mar 17, 2012
AND Dr. Nelson is still not allowed to practice so that should tell you something.
me

Paducah, KY

#5 Mar 17, 2012
surprise wrote:
AND Dr. Nelson is still not allowed to practice so that should tell you something.
He can practice. Just can't right schedule 2
me

Paducah, KY

#6 Mar 17, 2012
me wrote:
<quoted text>He can practice. Just can't right schedule 2
Oops......write schedule 2
Shawn

Paducah, KY

#7 Mar 20, 2012
What we talking about?
uhhhh

Paducah, KY

#8 Mar 20, 2012
Shawn wrote:
What we talking about?
Dr Nelson
onthego

Owensboro, KY

#9 Jun 1, 2012
Drake wrote:
I guess everyone that accused him of criminal behavior feels bad now...never made the news people!
Really? Guess what, he was arrested today and it made the news! Guess he really is a criminal.
Yep

Paducah, KY

#10 Jun 1, 2012
It was definitely on 5:00pm news.
Wow

United States

#11 Jun 1, 2012
It's easy to judge people for mistakes that they make. Everyone has made mistakes, the main thing is that he learns from this mistake. When it becomes a problem is when the same person keeps making the same mistake over and over. I understand that he was someone that took an oath but he is still human. The ones that need to be punished usually end up with just a slap on the wrist.
rebel

Paducah, KY

#12 Jun 1, 2012
He may be human and make mistakes but when you are a doctor, the first oath is to do no harm, he violated that oath, is the way I feel. Most people trust a doctor and when a doctor, any doctor does something like this, a degree of trust goes away. That is just my feelings on it and yes, some of them do end up with a slap on a wrist and could use a lot more punishment than that.
uiop

Paducah, KY

#13 Jun 1, 2012
stfu
Wow

Hazel, KY

#14 Jun 1, 2012
I agree with you rebel but I try to remember everyone is human and subjected to the temptations of the cruel world that we live in.
rebel

Paducah, KY

#15 Jun 1, 2012
Yep, so true. I feel for his kids because it will be hard for them. And I know no one is above temptations but I just know some people expect more out of a doctor, dentist or even an eye doctor.
saw it coming

La Center, KY

#16 Jun 1, 2012
Wow wrote:
It's easy to judge people for mistakes that they make. Everyone has made mistakes, the main thing is that he learns from this mistake. When it becomes a problem is when the same person keeps making the same mistake over and over. I understand that he was someone that took an oath but he is still human. The ones that need to be punished usually end up with just a slap on the wrist.
A slap on the wrist is way to easy of a punishment. He took an oath to do no harm and he completly disregarded his promise. I personally know people who almost had their lives ruined by this liar. He prescribed narcotics to anyone who asked just to get them out of his office and out of his way. He took his power for granted and did whatever he wanted instead of what was right. Their are people out there who have an addictive personality and the worst thing you can do is perpetuate their behavior. When people get hooked on some kind of drug or intoxicant, they will do anything to satisfy their cravings. I would like to know what trained psychologists and psychiatrists thing about this situation because to me his lack of concern for his patients makes me wonder if he has sociopathic tendencies.
rebel

Paducah, KY

#17 Jun 1, 2012
saw it coming wrote:
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A slap on the wrist is way to easy of a punishment. He took an oath to do no harm and he completly disregarded his promise. I personally know people who almost had their lives ruined by this liar. He prescribed narcotics to anyone who asked just to get them out of his office and out of his way. He took his power for granted and did whatever he wanted instead of what was right. Their are people out there who have an addictive personality and the worst thing you can do is perpetuate their behavior. When people get hooked on some kind of drug or intoxicant, they will do anything to satisfy their cravings. I would like to know what trained psychologists and psychiatrists thing about this situation because to me his lack of concern for his patients makes me wonder if he has sociopathic tendencies.
Amen, I couldn't have said it better and I totally agree with every word you wrote!!!
hello

Cadiz, KY

#18 Jun 1, 2012
saw it coming wrote:
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A slap on the wrist is way to easy of a punishment. He took an oath to do no harm and he completly disregarded his promise. I personally know people who almost had their lives ruined by this liar. He prescribed narcotics to anyone who asked just to get them out of his office and out of his way. He took his power for granted and did whatever he wanted instead of what was right. Their are people out there who have an addictive personality and the worst thing you can do is perpetuate their behavior. When people get hooked on some kind of drug or intoxicant, they will do anything to satisfy their cravings. I would like to know what trained psychologists and psychiatrists thing about this situation because to me his lack of concern for his patients makes me wonder if he has sociopathic tendencies.
You're a total pathetic no good moron.
Betty

Ridgely, TN

#19 Jun 1, 2012
saw it coming wrote:
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A slap on the wrist is way to easy of a punishment. He took an oath to do no harm and he completly disregarded his promise. I personally know people who almost had their lives ruined by this liar. He prescribed narcotics to anyone who asked just to get them out of his office and out of his way. He took his power for granted and did whatever he wanted instead of what was right. Their are people out there who have an addictive personality and the worst thing you can do is perpetuate their behavior. When people get hooked on some kind of drug or intoxicant, they will do anything to satisfy their cravings. I would like to know what trained psychologists and psychiatrists thing about this situation because to me his lack of concern for his patients makes me wonder if he has sociopathic tendencies.
Sometimes the psychiatrists are the WORST at prescribing addicting medications...I know this from experience. Doctors are faced with the very daunting task of "fixing" patients. Sometimes that involves addictive medications. If the doctor didn't prescribe, he wouldn't have a job...nobody would go back to him/her.
hello

Cadiz, KY

#20 Jun 1, 2012
Betty you are right on! Some folks just don't understand the pressure put on these individuals. They don't know any facts except what wpsd has said... and they are out to ruin anybody's life they can.

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