Friday, December 4, 2009

Fleshing Out My Profile ... and Wounds That Won't Heal

Fleshing Out My Profile ... and Wounds That Won't Heal

Mon, 13 Mar 2006 23:26:23 -0600
R135846
4 years ago
ShiftShapers

what are we supposed to be, medical experts?!? also, in the digital age, no one is going to trust you, without the original x-rays being verified by an expert. crazy story though.


R139396
4 years ago
GWHunta

“Meanwhile, you have at least two confessed former convicts publishing material on this site. One did time for a letter attempting to extort money from ABC, a letter which he republished at least twice. The other has repeatedly blamed Dick Cheney for the injuries he claims he sustained.”

Number5Toad,

Allow me to clarify at least 3 misstatements of fact if this quote was indeed in reference to me.

A. I do not blame Dick Cheney for my injuries, they were the result of an on the job injury.

B. I am not a felon, I was a Corrections Officer, and there is a difference. I did my time in shifts.

C. I do blame the Personnel Director Cindy Fenton, (God rest her soul),
Retired Warden Wayne Stine,
former Governor John Engler,
and our current Vice President Dick Cheney for the direct promotion of policies in violation of both written and moral law, and first hand knowledge of the implementation of these policies with no regard for the most basic of human rights.

Post Modified: 05/14/06 15:29:45

R276928
3 years ago
GWHunta

11 days ago, Marquette General Hospital
Siemens Dual Scan CT of my cervical spine.

Codman, the manufacturer of the plate you see in these images says that without a solid bony fusion behind the plate it will eventually weaken and break.

Consider life with a time bomb implanted behind your Adam’s apple.

I do each and every day as soon as I awaken.

Peace,


R278095
3 years ago
GWHunta


R278098
3 years ago
Chickenma1

Wow, GW, what are you planning to do about it? Good luck.


R278116
3 years ago
hellcat

GW … i don’t want to disrespect … but what the hell are you talking about???

Am I to understand that Dick Cheney is your arch rival and conspired to have you snuffed out via botched surgery?

?


R278164
3 years ago
GramatonCleric

Yeah, you’re real funny, idiot.
Read what he said. Carefully.

I do blame the Personnel Director Cindy Fenton, (God rest her soul),
Retired Warden Wayne Stine,
former Governor John Engler,
and our current Vice President Dick Cheney for the direct promotion of policies in violation of both written and moral law, and first hand knowledge of the implementation of these policies with no regard for the most basic of human rights.

Why don’t you understand that?

Post Modified: 05/01/07 02:42:48

R278210
3 years ago
GWHunta

Thanks for the clarification GramatonCleric,

I’ve been busy trying to prepare for Court. Last ditch attempt at some Justice.

Still turning up new evidence of the cover-up and trying to incorporate it into my case against the M.D. that did this to me.

Summary Disposition of Claims currently scheduled for Friday, May 4th, 2007.

Last week turned up a new document that wasn’t given to me in a release of information request for my own medical files from Marquette General Hospital in February 2001.

Smokin gun as for a lead up the food chain to those directly responsible beyond Craig Coccia who was of course the surgeon and a central player in this assault and battery and the subsequent fraud and cover-up.

I’ll attach it in Adobe to the blog.

As for the far Right in this country, Abu Garab wasn’t the beginning of human rights abuse in the prisons. If you remember the National Guardsman that was the central player in the atrocities that went public had been a State Correctional Officer as his career in the world.

If you want some background on how I got into this mess, read up.

Sometimes no Peace


R278219
3 years ago
dikweed

If you want some background on how I got into this mess, “read up.

Stunning.”:http://sly_uper.gnn.tv/blogs/14522/Cruel_and_Unusual_Homicide_and_Cover_Up_at_Alger_Max

Keep us posted.
Say hello to, and ask Sly_UPer to keep us posted if you’re not up to it . . please.

Fight for Peace and Keep on, keepin’ on . . .


R278444
3 years ago
GWHunta

Thanks dikweed.

Sly_UPer isn’t the only contingency plan.

Sometimes no Peace

Post Modified: 05/03/07 00:03:45

R278445
3 years ago
NewWorldOdor

you should blog some stories of your time as a correctional officer. As an ex criminology student I’m always interested in hearing what guards have to say. example: did you find using force the best way to deal with violent offenders? Or did you prefer to use an alternative form of punishment like taking away something of value to the offender (e.g. his guitar). Or was a mix of the two the best method? Were they even responsive to either?

Anyway, good luck with this case. I didn’t read it over, but any x-ray with a lot of screws tells me this is something important. :p


R278451
3 years ago
hellcat

_Yeah, you’re real funny, idiot.
Read what he said. Carefully_

Gee thanks. The read was long and tedious.

I blame Dick Cheney for knowledge that the war was a sham, and because of the war … contracts were given to my uncles competition. It gave them the power to buy up my uncle’s company … now he’s out of a job.

If we follow the logic route being described here.

Is Dick C directly responsibly for my uncles unemployment? ... I had a point there somewhere … but it might have been gobbled up by Forbes along the way.

So Mr. GramaImaGothOverAgedHomo go back to your Second Life world and go conjure up some spell or something. Just stay out of my way.

GW … best of luck. I’m sorry if my reading skills keep me deprived of exactly what you are implying in this blog.

GET THEM .... AND WHAT YOU DESERVE ... this event sounds like it has really affected you badly and i really hope you get the treatment and compensation you deserve.

Fo’ real.

Post Modified: 05/02/07 15:03:53

R278459
3 years ago
GWHunta

Thanks hellcat.

It is unlikely in this system of things that Justice will be served.

More likely than not the victim will be silenced and the perpetrators allowed to continue on victimizing.

Worth battling the system just the same.

Thanks again for your interest.

Peace,


R278463
3 years ago
GWHunta

This single photograph of the initial X-ray taken post-surgery proves the intent of the surgeon, Craig T. Coccia. I entered the full photograph posted above into evidence yesterday in a $600,000 + punitive damages civil suit, that doesn’t look as though it’ll have a chance to go anywhere.

Not only did Coccia not properly remove the disks between the vertebrae and place proper grafts, he cut into the C7 vertebra just a fraction of an inch from where he then placed the screws that fasten the plate. In the C6 vertebra above he stripped both the screws, hence the haphazard alignment at that level.

These were allegedly replaced with “rescue screws” according to the surgeon’s procedure report concocted nearly three weeks after the fact. I recently found a parts catalog from Codman, the manufacturer of this hardware and according to them the difference is in the diameter of the screws, but those in my neck are all identical.

The plate was fastened while my neck was in extreme traction rather than the normal mild traction generally used on the neck in the normal anterior approach.

It was no small miracle that it held and didn’t simply buckle. When I resumed consciousness in the recovery room, one of those attending to me asked me immediately to try and sit up. When I did a nurse from across the room came over freaked out that I had just had surgery and shouldn’t be trying to move, let alone sit up and the male that had prompted me to do so looked at me like I was Lazarus.

Sometimes no Peace

Post Modified: 05/05/07 15:24:27

R278667
3 years ago
GWHunta

you should blog some stories of your time as a correctional officer. As an ex criminology student I’m always interested in hearing what guards have to say. example: did you find using force the best way to deal with violent offenders? Or did you prefer to use an alternative form of punishment like taking away something of value to the offender (e.g. his guitar). Or was a mix of the two the best method? Were they even responsive to either?

In hindsight, I wish I’d spent more time with some stories from the inside.

It’s a world few get exposure to beyond Hollywood. But there’s a tenet of behavior that is expected, well demanded of Correctional Staff, and that is what goes on inside stays inside. I live in a “prison town.” Most of the people that work there are good, solid, hardworking moral individuals. Any corruption in the system, and it is not or wasn’t rampant at the time I worked there was from the top down, not the bottom up. 99.9% of the time everything is done by the book, properly according to policy and procedure and when it’s not it is generally because of the lack of sufficient staff to accomplish all that is expected to be done.

When situations develop and from time to time they do, it is difficult to cover all the bases and insure everyone gets their due, because staff have to prioritize their activities.

Some situations demand force, at time by the choice of the inmate. Kind of an honor thing. Of course fights among inmates occur and some force is generally necessary to break them up. For the most part, considering the players and the tension, prison is a very peaceful environment as it is a very controlled environment.

Gun towers and staff armed with semi automatic weapons watching over all outside movement tends to have that effect. I’ve been in the middle of fights with shots fired into the ground from two directions simultaneously. That’s a rush.

In a maximum security institution, no guitars. Most prisoners were locked down, as in the segregation units, which were 2/5ths of the population while I was at Alger Max.

The only time the prisoners came out of their cells, they were in handcuffs and belly chains. Their yard period was near an hour of time outside locked in a chain link cage resembling an overgrown kennel, physically separate from staff and other inmates.

Chains were applied through the food slots in their cells and slots in the yard pen gates and showers. The only time the prisoners were regularly outside their cells was for yard, showers, visits or possibly for legal work.

Visits were rare. Too far “up North” for most families as the majority of prisoners aren’t from the Upper Peninsula.

Yard was daily barring restrictions and showers were 3 times a week.

General population, which was the remaining 2/3’s when I worked there, got out of their cells without handcuffs and chains for 3 daily meals and were allowed a general outside yard period of one hour a day.

The rest of their time was spent locked down in individual cells, except for details either work or school, of which their was only sufficient openings for a minority of the general prisoner population.

For what happens in the .01% of the time when things go foul.

Read up here.

Better from them, than me, as you can see if you follow this up.

Sometimes no Peace

Post Modified: 05/03/07 10:17:51

R279257
3 years ago
GWHunta

Bump for Snark or Number5Toad.

How about a word or two. Look like a plan for a “controlled demolition?”

Sometimes no Peace


R279260
3 years ago
Snark

I share hellcat’s confusion. It does sound like you imply that, through his capacity at the Mayo, Cheney had a direct role in a conspiracy to silence you. Maybe I’m simply misunderstanding your words.


R279266
3 years ago
GWHunta

Why get caught up on the Cheney aspect? My fault for bringing it up I guess. And there’s more to it that bears explanation at a later date.

Engler is a man I’ve actually met. 2 pay grades up from the Warden he was trying to protect. Cheney’s connection as a Mayo board member is instrumental to setting up the first go round, but then Barbara Bush was a board member as well.

Engler using his connections (Cheney) to protect his people (Warden Stine).

In the neofascist agenda for 2000, the Republican ticket was supposed to have been Bush and Engler. In 1998, after the greatest election scam in Michigan history Engler dumped his two full term Lt. Governor and put a man in charge (Dick Posthumus ) to take over to finish his unprecedented third term when he resigned to make the Whitehouse run with Bush in 2000.

Cheney was to vet the VP potentates for Bush and decided to dump the Engler plan and keep the position for himself.

But let’s just skip the neofascist takeover of the U.S. for the time being and take a look at the X-ray posted above and the results on the CT Scan.

Controlled demolition or what? Those screws in C6 look to be bigger in diameter to you? What’s up with cut into C7 a third of the way down in the X-ray and so close to where he then placed the screws?

Peace


R279273
3 years ago
GWHunta

Background

Post Modified: 05/05/07 16:42:41

R279275
3 years ago
Snark

Engler using his connections (Cheney) to protect his people (Warden Stine

Aaah. Gotcha.

Controlled demolition or what?

M’fraid I just don’t know enough about osteopathy and radiology to provide an informed opinion.


R279277
3 years ago
GWHunta

You can’t see from this photo of my initial post operative X-ray that the 3rd “screwed” vertebra down (C7) from the top of the plate is shorter from top to bottom than those above it?

It was cut. Cut so it would break, leaving four of the eight screws without any “purchase” so the plate would then buckle out.

The screws in C6 ( one level up) were stripped during installation, explaining their haphazard alignment. Controlled Demolition or in the surgeons parlance “a salvage operation.”

This is what happens when a man alive is deemed to be worth less than the sum of his parts.

It’s not a contract, it’s just an opinion Snark.

Post Modified: 05/05/07 17:54:55

R279280
3 years ago
GWHunta

Engler using his connections (Cheney) to protect his people (Warden Stine)

Aaah. Gotcha.

Got to love a little healthy skepticism. #2 on the newly formed Trauma Commission was my surgeon, Dr. Craig T. Coccia.

Sometimes no Peace

Post Modified: 05/05/07 17:35:15

R292272
3 years ago
GWHunta

Active manipulation.

Sometimes no Peace

Post Modified: 07/07/07 09:24:42

R295673
3 years ago
GWHunta

Cheney to get new battery for pacemaker

VP to undergo minor surgery Saturday to upgrade heart device


R311467
2 years ago
GWHunta

Sometimes no Piece

Post Modified: 11/13/07 06:52:21

R333446
2 years ago
GWHunta

Post Modified: 04/25/08 11:57:34

R338088
2 years ago
GWHunta


R338089
2 years ago
GWHunta

Those are what bone grafts look like. You won’t find them in my x-rays because my neurosurgeon Craig T. Coccia and John L. D. Atkinson couldn’t be bothered with them as they weren’t trying to repair my cervical spine, but had malicious intentions.


R381011
9 months ago
GWHunta

what are we supposed to be, medical experts?!? also, in the digital age, no one is going to trust you, without the original x-rays being verified by an expert. crazy story though.

~ShiftShapers

So Shift,

What do you think of Obama’s plan to convert the entire medical records industry to electronic copies in this digital age?

The savings are alleged to be the costs involved with the filing, storage and retrieval of hard-copies.

This concept was first promoted nationally by Newt Gingrich, though it seems that today the Dems are in as deep as the Repubs.

Craig T. Coccia, the man responsible for the current state of my cervical spine is apparently a Democrat himself as evidenced by his campaign contributions this decade.

Sometimes no Peace

Post Modified: 11/14/09 08:22:52

R381012
9 months ago
GWHunta

Non-profit doesn’t mean nobody gets paid.

Sometimes no Peace

Post Modified: 03/27/09 19:24:31

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