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Apr 11 17 11:48 AM
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Apr 11 17 11:52 AM
It's surfacing that this mutt is a perp who did time for dealing!
CNN just announced that "everybody in Asia is upset that he was profiled"!
Dig a little deeper and maybe we'll find he ran a POW camp in Hanoi!
He screamed like a little girl; he's lucky he didn't get tuned up!
Apr 11 17 12:00 PM
kopinyc wrote:The only problem with dragging a chinaman off an airliner is 20 minutes later you wanna drag him off again.
Apr 11 17 12:01 PM
Also bet that the TSA just put him on the no fly list with a "for eternity" asterisk after his name!
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Doctor dragged off United flight was felon who traded
prescription drugs for secret gay sex with patient half his age and took them
himself - and he needed anger management, was 'not forthright' and had control
issues, psychiatrist found
By Shekhar Bhatia In Louisville, Kentucky, For Dailymail.com
Published: 11:06 EDT, 11 April 2017 |
Updated: 13:26 EDT, 11 April 2017
The troubled past of the doctor who was dragged off United
Airlines in an incident which has plunged the company into crisis is revealed -
including his felony conviction and need for 'anger management'.
Dr David Dao has past of illicit gay sex with a patient, and
tested positive for drugs, official documents reveal.
The medic, who specializes in lung
disorders, was accused of refusing to give up his seat on Sunday's United
Express flight UA3411 flight from Chicago to Louisville for the airline's
Cellphone footage of the
Vietnamese-born grandfather's ejection has caused an uproar with critics
claiming officers were heavy-handed in taking the senior from the flight.
The doctor spoke to WLKY and told them
'everything' was injured.
Dr Dao has not yet sued the airline
but it is clear that if he did, the documents would be likely to be used by
United in their attempt to defend their actions.
The row over its handling deepened
on Tuesday as DailyMail.com revealed how United told its staff that the doctor
'tried to strike law enforcement'. That version of events is not apparently
supported by videos taken by other passengers.
The disclosure of what they said to
their own staff came after United's CEO, Oscar Munoz, was accused of being
'tone-deaf' for his non-apology to the doctor.
United lost $800 million of its
value as shared plunged on Wall Street in the wake of the PR disaster.
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Dr David Dao has been revealed as
the man who was dragged from a United flight in Chicago on Sunday. He is
pictured with his wife, Teresa, and their grandchildren. It was his wife who
alerted authorities to his inappropriate relationship with a patient
Dr David Dao has been revealed
as the man who was dragged from a United flight in Chicago on Sunday. He is
pictured with his wife, Teresa, and one of their grandchildren. It was his wife
who alerted authorities to his inappropriate relationship with a patient
Beaten and bloodied: Dr Dao is
pictured bleeding from the mouth after he was body slammed by cops and dragged
off the overbooked United flight at Chicago O'Hare
Screaming: The man who had refused
to to give up his seat on the overbooked United flight from Chicago to
Louisville on Sunday night was dragged off the plane by three cops
What United claimed: The document
attached to his passenger file which claimed Dr David Dao, 69, a grandfather,
had tried to strike police officers
THE PSYCHIATRIST FOUND
An official report detailed the
findings of medical exams performed on Dr Dao.
Among the findings were:
Dr. Mary Gannon 'noted that Dr. Dao
"lacked the foundation to navigate difficult situations, both
interpersonally and in a complex profession". Dr.Gannon noted a need to
control, avoidance, withholding information and magical thinking as
The report went on: 'Dr. Montgomery
noted that Dr. Dao appeared to have difficulties with information processing.
Neuropsychological screening did not suggest gross difficulties.
'However, in reviewing records, it
was noted that Dr. Dao tends to have poor decision-making despite his overall
level of ability.
'His choices have resulted in
significant consequences over the years yet he continues·to function in this
'He is generally not forthright
regarding details of events unless challenged and at times he will tell
different versions of a story to different interviewers. '
Later in the report it found: 'As
far back as April, 2002, Dr. Brady notes " ... he would unilaterally chose
to do his own thing'.
'This remains a concern to this day
and without a high degree of structure and accountability he is at risk for
further boundary related practice issues.'
The father of five, who has won
sympathy globally over the incident, was given a suspended jail sentence for
illegally obtaining and trafficking controlled substances by fraud and deceit.
He was also found to have in engaged
in sex with a male patient- Brian Case, who he knew from the church they both
attended - and then supplied him with drugs, including Oxycontin, in exchange
for sexual favors.
The sexual liaisons, which happened
motel rooms, were recorded by undercover agents. He paid $200 in cash each time
he met Case.
Case said he believed that Dr. Dao
wanted to hook him on drugs so he would keep meeting him for gay sex.
was arrested when Case agreed
to go undercover. Even when he was caught with his shirt off and pants
unbuckled, he denied he was there for gay sex with Case.
The secret sex and drugs life of the
doctor first came to light in in July 2003 when police alerted the Kentucky
Board of Medical Licensure of the allegations against him.
In October 2003 he was indicted by a
Jefferson County Grand Jury for 'criminal acts of trafficking in a controlled
substance, obtaining drugs by fraud and deceit, and unauthorized prescribing,
dispensing or administering of controlled substances'.
His medical license was suspended
later that month.
Dr Dao underwent intense scrutiny
and re-training for several years after his convictions.
His wife Dr. Theresa Dao, who was
with him on the ill-fated flight, has stood by him.
She first alerted the medical
authorities about her suspicions of her husband’s involvement with a patient.
In 2015, his medical license was partially
re-instated with restrictions placed on his access to patients.
The findings were revealed by the
Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure in June last year and stipulated that
monitoring had to be continued of the doctor’s behavior.
It was found that Dr. Dao had become
sexually involved with a patient who had been referred to his practice, who was
known as 'Patient A'. He was named in criminal court as Case, who was 26 at the
time, half the doctor's age.
The board stated: 'During the
initial evaluation, the licensee performed a complete physical examination,
including a genital examination, for Patient A who had been referred for
collapsed lungs and chest pain.'
The board's finding went on:
'Shortly after his first appointment, the licensee made Patient A his office
manager; according to Patient A, he quit that job because of inappropriate
remarks made by the licensee.
'After he quit, the licensee pursued
him aggressively, finally arranging to provide controlled substance
prescriptions to him in exchange for sexual acts.
'This continued for some time, with
Patient A and the licensee meeting at hotel rooms and some of these meetings
'At some point, the licensee began
splitting some of the prescriptions with Patient A and gave Patient A money to
fill the prescriptions.
Back practicing: How Dr Dao was able
to return to medicine after his felony conviction
Winning big: While he was suspended
from practicing, he became a semi-professional poker player, and is said to
have won a total of $234,664 since 2006, according to PokerNews.
United Airlines' CEO Oscar Munoz
(pictured in June 2016) has come under fire for his response to the scandal
Home: Despite the gay sex
revelations, Dr. David Dao continues to share the family home in Elizabethtown,
KY, with his wife Teresa, who alerted authorities to her concerns
'The licensee also assisted Patient
A to fill the controlled substances prescriptions in a variety of names of
'Police were able to identify
approximately 33 fraudulent prescriptions as part of their investigation with
Patient A's assistance.
'The police were able to put
together a sufficient case to arrest the licensee and bring charges against him
in two counties.'
SEX, DRUGS AND FELONY SHAME OF THE UNITED DOCTOR
What the Kentucky Board of Kentucky
Board of Medical Licensure found:
The Hardin Memorial Hospital, where
he worked, placed him on ' a corrective action plan by due to disruptive
He was also referred to the Kentucky
Physicians Health Foundation for 'evaluation and anger management'.
He was also tested positive for
Ultram/framadol and had his doctor's license suspended.
In November 2004 a jury convicted
him on felony counts of Obtaining drugs by fraud and deceit. The jury
recommended a sentence of two years and eight months on each felony count.
In January, 2005, Dao was sentenced
in Jefferson Circuit Court to two years and eight months on each felony
conviction. He was allowed a five year supervised probation.
While he was suspended from
practicing, he became a semi-professional poker player, and is said to have won
a total of $234,664 since 2006, according to Poker News.
But in May 2007 he was assessed as
to his medical and clinical ability.
He was found to be possessing
medical knowledge 'that was outdated and also contained gaps that would not
likely be fully explained by his time away from practice.'
The board added: 'His areas of
relative strength included occupational lung disease and pulmonary embolism.
'Dr. Dao's knowledge of current
pharmacology was deficient He demonstrated some deficits that were surprising
based on the common nature of the disorders.'
The doctor underwent an '
Educational Intervention Plan' where he was re-trained and his progress
During his assessments the report
said Dr. Dao denied paying for sex. Yet he indicated that he deducted monies
owed to him... for sexual favors.
He denied trading drugs for sex
while admitting to prescribing narcotics to the man while they engaged in a
'Dr. Dao continues to maintain a
pattern of deception that is inconsistent with the level of accountability
necessary for a practicing physician.'
His bid to renew his medical work
was rejected because of the sex and lies he had been found guilty of as well as
his outdated practices.
'It is the opinion of the assessment
team that Dr. Dao is not safe to practice medicine at this time. This opinion
is offered within reasonable certainty and based upon available information.'
Two years later he returned to the
same evaluator where a doctor Mary Gannon noted that Dr. Dao 'lacked the
foundation to navigate difficult situations, both interpersonally and in a
Dr. Gannon noted a need to control,
avoidance, withholding information and 'magical thinking' as problematic. She
also opined re-instatement of Dr. Dao's medical license as the primary
motivation for therapy.
During this evaluation Dr. Dao
stated that regaining his medical license was a matter of 'family honor.'
Four of his five children are
doctors. His wife Teresa, 69, is a pediatrician who trained at Ho Chi Minh
University in Saigon and also practices in Elizabethtown, Kentucky - about
40 miles south of Louisville.
Their eldest son Tim, 34, practices
medicine in Texas; their second son Ben, 31, is a medical graduate; their
daughter Christine, 33, is a doctor in Durham, NC; and their youngster daughter
Angela, 27, is a medical graduate of the University of Kentucky.
Their other daughter, Crystal –
Christine's twin – is a married mother in Barrington, Illinois.
Dr Dao has previously worked at
Hardin Memorial Hospital and owned a medical practice.
His identity has been revealed after
United CEO Oscar Munoz doubled down on his airline crew's decision to remove an
elderly passenger, claiming he was 'disruptive and belligerent'.
The airline is facing a furious
backlash after footage emerged of the 69-year-old, bleeding heavily as he was
pulled from the jet.
Amidst the anger, Munoz issued a
public apology saying he 'apologized for having to re-accommodate these
But in a private email to employees,
the CEO defended the crew's actions, calling the passenger 'disruptive and
belligerent' and praising his staff for going 'above and beyond'. …
Apr 11 17 12:45 PM
Apr 11 17 12:51 PM
Ha! A drug dealer, and a pervert!
Next up! He is wanted for war crimes against American POWs as a camp commandant in 'Nam!
I love it!
He is more then the appropriate candidate to get the boot; and he cries like the sissy he is!
Apr 11 17 12:54 PM
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Here's a shot of him with our Jane! He's the battery commander who shoots down American aircraft while Jane applauds!
This was just before getting the job as POW camp commandant!
Apr 11 17 1:12 PM
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Apr 11 17 4:11 PM
Was she doing piggy things with the pig?
All of these fu-cking lunatics should drive or take the bus!
Apr 11 17 4:22 PM
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