Just try to imagine if this had happened in Bharat, and done to some peace-fool mohtormas .....The int'al media would have
hyperventilated nonstop for months. But in Khan-land, the mainstream media has brushed it off already.Alleged unwanted hysterectomies and other abuses at ICE facility prompts investigationhttps://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 482369001/
This story is mostly a fake story drummed up by left and democrats. The doctor in question is Mahendra Amin, an Indian sounding name. There are several red flags with the story.https://apnews.com/f2008d23c5f9087f4214d9722dfb097e
Amin has performed surgery or other gynecological treatment on at least eight women detained at Irwin County Detention Center since 2017, including one hysterectomy, said Andrew Free, an immigration and civil rights lawyer working with other attorneys to investigate medical treatment at the jail.
The AP’s review did not find evidence of mass hysterectomies as alleged in a widely shared complaint filed by a nurse at the detention center. Dawn Wooten alleged that many detained women were taken to an unnamed gynecologist whom she labeled the “uterus collector” because of how many hysterectomies he performed.
So the guy performed a grand total of 8 surgeries since 2017 and only one hysterectomy.
The complaint sparked a furious reaction from congressional Democrats and an investigation by the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general. It also evoked comparisons to previous government-sanctioned efforts in the U.S. to sterilize people to supposedly improve society — victims who were disproportionately poor, mentally disabled, American Indian, Black or other people of color. Thirty-three states had forced sterilization programs in the 20th century.
But a lawyer who helped file the complaint said she never spoke to any women who had hysterectomies. Priyanka Bhatt, staff attorney at the advocacy group Project South, told The Washington Post that she included the hysterectomy allegations because she wanted to trigger an investigation to determine if they were true.
“I have a responsibility to listen to the women I’ve spoken with,” Bhatt told the AP on Friday. She said one woman alleged that she was repeatedly pressured to have a hysterectomy and that authorities said they would not pay for her to get a second opinion.
Amin told The Intercept, which first reported Wooten’s complaint, that he has only performed one or two hysterectomies in the past three years. His attorney, Scott Grubman, said in a statement: “We look forward to all of the facts coming out, and are confident that once they do, Dr. Amin will be cleared of any wrongdoing.”
The desi left lawyer never spoke to any hysterectomy victim, but just wanted to trigger investigation anyway, in her own words. And people are falling for this propaganda.