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Medical negligence is substandard care that's been provided by a medical professional to a patient, which has directly caused injury or caused an existing condition to get worse. There's a number of ways that medical negligence can happen such as misdiagnosis, incorrect treatment or surgical mistakes.court 25th may 2016 www.youtube.com me being tortured witnessed by a judge arranged by kay ferris , andrew chapman , lynda miller ealing social services court 25th may 2016             3hr 25  0:09:30  emergency transport attendant (999) & looking at medical notes  9m 00 could not stand for 3 wks before  0:21:18 "have they told you it's in your mind?" ambulance man - mentions MRI 0:22:00 start moving into ambulance  (aaa ow)   journey around 0:34:00  1:17:00 ish  pain getting  worse from here 1:23:00 arrival     pain      very quiet     'go round'   pain    1:29:50 into court building                1:31:30 note, court is not stretcher-friendly, does not fit in lift  1:34:00 re HJA misrepresented medical condition 1:35:09 not your fault      1:36:39 in agony "I'm in severe pain" (hear entonox)  1:37:00 very quiet discussion       Bill there   1 :40:00 discussing entonox, not working       need an ambulance   1:42:30 give me dihydrocodeine  (in bag)   1:47:20 discussion, pain   1:39:30   oh they sent the wrong ambulance 1:49:00   "get me a paramedic now, please"         want to take another overdose   want to slash throat   in agony   going to die 1:50:09...   very faint          ...ico          ... then ambulanceman says  "I dont think you should've been"  brought here (faint)      1:52:00 speak to 999   going to take overdose   people aware of my medical condition chose to injure me 2:03:00 entonox   hyperventilating       asked about pain  2:06:00 the court  hearing  & c      in conversation with Bill near end  NOTE: not "attended by court medic" who reported nothing wrong according to later hearings       YouTube www.youtube.com Share your videos with friends, family, and the world. http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1988/33/section/134 metropolitan police cad 2115 16/04/17 134 Torture. (1) A public official or person acting in an official capacity, whatever his nationality, commits the offence of torture if in theUnited Kingdom or elsewhere he intentionally inflicts severe pain or suffering on another in the performance or purported performance of his official duties. (2) A person not falling within subsection (1) above commits the offence of torture, whatever his nationality, if— (a) in the United Kingdom or elsewhere he intentionally inflicts severe pain or suffering on another at the instigation or with the consent or acquiescence— (i) of a public official; or (ii) of a person acting in an official capacity; and (b) the official or other person is performing or purporting to perform his official duties when he instigates the commission of the offence or consents to or acquiesces in it. (3) It is immaterial whether the pain or suffering is physical or mental and whether it is caused by an act or an omission. (4) It shall be a defence for a person charged with an offence under this section in respect of any conduct of his to prove that he had lawful authority, justification or excuse for that conduct. (5) For the purposes of this section “lawful authority, justification or excuse” means— (a) in relation to pain or suffering inflicted in the United Kingdom, lawful authority, justification or excuse under the law of the part of the United Kingdom where it was inflicted; (b) in relation to pain or suffering inflicted outside the United Kingdom— (i) if it was inflicted by a United Kingdom official acting under the law of the United Kingdom or by a person acting in an official capacity under that law, lawful authority, justification or excuse under that law; (ii) if it was inflicted by a United Kingdom official acting under the law of any part of the United Kingdom or by a person acting in an official capacity under such law, lawful authority, justification or excuse under the law of the part of the United Kingdom under whose law he was acting; and (iii) in any other case, lawful authority, justification or excuse under the law of the place where it was inflicted. (6) A person who commits the offence of torture shall be liable on conviction on indictment to imprisonment for life. http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2010/15/section/6 Disability https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=Court+(1).m4a we are getting it annotated
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