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Psychologist loses license over meth

Sexual harassment costs doctor privileges

The California Board of Psychology has suspended the license of Robert Edward Brizendine, PhD, for use of methamphetamine. He used it many times over a period of years, according to the hearing. In one case, a male dancer sold illegal drugs to the psychologist and took pictures of him using them. The psychologist paid the dancer $8,000 to keep silent.

Scripps Health hospitals denied Michael Michalski, M.D. staff membership and surgical privileges after it learned that Michalski had committed sexual harassment against staff members at Sharp Grossmont hospital. The case went to the Fourth Appellate District, which agreed with the lower court's decision upholding Scripps's action.

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The California Board of Psychology has suspended the license of Robert Edward Brizendine, PhD, for use of methamphetamine. He used it many times over a period of years, according to the hearing. In one case, a male dancer sold illegal drugs to the psychologist and took pictures of him using them. The psychologist paid the dancer $8,000 to keep silent.

Scripps Health hospitals denied Michael Michalski, M.D. staff membership and surgical privileges after it learned that Michalski had committed sexual harassment against staff members at Sharp Grossmont hospital. The case went to the Fourth Appellate District, which agreed with the lower court's decision upholding Scripps's action.

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Bet he's glad he has a reason to stop using that nasty drug.

Dec. 3, 2013

shirleyberan: In higher doses, meth can be addictive; stopping use of it can be very difficult. The stuff is bad, bad. Best, Don Bauder

Dec. 3, 2013

The accusations described in the Michalski decision appear to be far worse than the accusations against Filner. Yet Michalski was not charged while Filner was threatened with financial ruin and serious jail time if he did not plead out to lesser charges and resign from office. The Michalski decision proves that Filner's alleged actions were no more than garden variety sexual harassment and not crimes. It's clear that Filner was railroaded out of office by a pack of jackals and thugs.

http://www.courts.ca.gov/opinions/documents/D062270.PDF

Dec. 3, 2013

Burwell: Of course. Goldsmith plotted for eight months on how to get Filner out of office. Goldsmith has boasted of this on TV. (See my post on this Oct. 18.) The establishment wanted Filner out of the mayoralty because he was trying to cut back on downtown corporate welfare.

The corporate welfarists -- who claim to be anti-government conservatives -- wanted Faulconer in office. It looks like they will get him. Watch your wallet; you will be paying for 80% of a Chargers stadium. Best, Don Bauder

Dec. 4, 2013

We'll see how conservative San Diego really is - or not - go Alvarez.

Dec. 4, 2013

shirleyberan: The downtown Republican corporate welfare establishment is NOT conservative. Corporate welfare is opposed by true conservative groups such as American Heritage and by libertarian groups such as the Cato Institute. Best, Don Bauder

Dec. 4, 2013

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