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Post by PhuBai68 » Wed Jan 09, 2019 6:57 pm

Will the "father" be Hispanic, black or white?
Native American woman in a coma over a decade in nursing home impregnated and gives birth. ... 06588.html
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Post by Jim Mathias » Thu Jan 10, 2019 2:34 am

An ignoble act, whoever committed it.

But America is all about breeding down to these types of characters. The baby is being allowed to survive, right? A new generation to carry on the "tradition" of having us all live for the pursuit of happiness (even when it involves rape) rather than climbing the difficult path towards Higher Man. And thus America will degenerate into another Egypt, India, or pick-your-place-in-Africa. One rape, one ill-considered act of miscegenation, one act of permitting the breeding of non-Whites at a time....
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Post by Wade Hampton III » Thu Jan 10, 2019 3:19 am

Jim Mathias wrote:An ignoble act, whoever committed it.
Looks like another one-on-one Mestzo to me (pun intended).


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Post by Jim Mathias » Wed Jan 23, 2019 9:33 pm

Mystery solved? The police think so! ... ailsignout
Phoenix police have arrested Nathan Sutherland, a 36-year-old nurse at Hacienda HealthCare facility, alleging he raped and impregnated an incapacitated woman at the center.

The woman gave birth to a boy Dec. 29. Staff members told a 911 operator that they had not known she was pregnant.

"From the minute we first became aware of the crime, we have virtually worked nonstop seven days a week to resolve this case," Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said in announcing the arrest Wednesday morning.

Williams joined Mayor Thelda Williams at Phoenix police headquarters to provide an "important" update on the investigation into the rape.

Sutherland is a licensed practical nurse who was primarily responsible for caring for the victim at the time of the assault, according to police. He's worked at Hacienda since 2011. He was booked into Maricopa County Jail on Wednesday, and his attorney said there was "minimum" evidence that his client committed the crime at an initial hearing.

A court commissioner set bail at a half-million dollars.

The parents of the patient who recently gave birth are aware of Sutherland’s arrest and, through their attorney John Micheaels, declined further comment.

State nursing records show Sutherland was born in Haiti, completed his certified nursing assistant training at the now-closed Seven HealthCare Academy in Tempe in 2005. He completed his licensed practical nurse training at the for-profit Fortis College in Phoenix in 2011.

He passed the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses in October 2011. Records show his license allows him to practice in multiple states, and it's not due to expire until April 2020.

In his application to renew his nursing license in April 2016, Sutherland listed himself as married, and said he’d started at Hacienda HealthCare in January 2012.

His self-reported answers to background questions on the application listed no felony offenses, and no prior disciplinary actions.

Hacienda HealthCare officials say Sutherland went through an "extensive background check" when he was hired.

He was terminated "the moment our leadership team learned of his arrest," says a statement the facility released this morning.

"Every member of the Hacienda organization is troubled beyond words to think that a licensed practical nurse could be capable of seriously harming a patient," the statement says, "Once again, we offer an apology and send our deepest sympathies to the client and her family, to the community and to our agency partners at every level."

Officials with the non-profit health care company say they will "continue to review and improve what is already an in-depth vetting process for caregivers at Hacienda."

The Phoenix police crime lab on Tuesday determined a DNA sample taken from Sutherland matched the baby. He was taken into custody the same day.

Police announced they would be testing the DNA of all employees during a Jan. 8 media briefing.

Phoenix police Sgt. Tommy Thompson said police didn't have the opportunity to collect Sutherland's DNA through a court order until Tuesday.

Sutherland declined to answer investigators' questions after he was taken into custody Tuesday, according to Thompson.

Sutherland was booked into jail Wednesday, charged with one count of sexual assault and one count of vulnerable adult abuse. Maricopa County Superior Court records show Sutherland has not been charged with any other major crimes.

He appeared in Maricopa County Superior Court alongside Mesa attorney Dave Gregan for an initial appearance shortly before noon. He did not enter a plea.

Gregan asked the judge to set a low bail given the "minimum" evidence, the fact that Sutherland has lived in Arizona since 1993 and that he doesn't have a criminal history. The defense plans to perform its own DNA test.

"There's no direct evidence Mr. Sutherland committed these acts," Gregan said.

But a representative for the state said the nature of the charges merited a higher bail. They pledged to not settle for any resolution less than the mandatory prison sentence.

The court commissioner set a $500,000 cash-only bail.

If Sutherland is released, he'll be placed on house arrest and will have to wear an electronic monitoring device. He won't be allowed to return to Hacienda or contact the victims as conditions of his release.

His next court appearance is scheduled for Jan. 30.

Thompson said they are still working to determine whether Sutherland assaulted other victims inside the 60-bed facility.

Thompson said the baby was full-term and has since been released from the hospital.

"We can't always choose how we come into this life, but we can choose as a community how we will love this child — and that's what we need to do," he said.

According to court records, the woman, who is a member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe, has been a patient at Hacienda for 26 years.

The records say the woman is "not alert" and needs a "maximum level of care."

In the weeks since the 911 call calling for help after the child's birth, police and state agencies have launched investigations. The state on Jan. 3 suspended new patient admissions to Hacienda HealthCare.

The longtime CEO of Hacienda, William Timmons, resigned Jan. 7.

Investigators then announced they were obtaining DNA from male workers at the facility.

Hacienda HealthCare also hired former Maricopa County Attorney Rick Romley to conduct an independent investigation into patient safety.

Meanwhile, the embattled facility last week said it agreed with a directive from two state agencies that the best path forward would be identifying and retaining a qualified third-party manager to oversee operations at its campus at 1402 E. South Mountain Ave.

Two Arizona state agencies ordered Hacienda HealthCare to pay for a third-party manager to oversee operations at both its intermediate care and skilled nursing facilities.

The health and/or welfare of more than one patient at Hacienda is "endangered" and "immediate corrective action is required due to substantial and critical failures," a Jan. 7 corrective letter stated to the facility from Arizona's Medicaid program.

"As we have since the first minutes of this police investigation, the Hacienda team will continue to cooperate with investigators from multiple agencies in every way possible," the Hacienda statement says. "We will do everything in our power to ensure justice in this case."

Officials at Hacienda HealthCare also say they have increased security measures to ensure patient safety.

This is a developing story. Return to for updates.

This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: Phoenix police arrest nurse Nathan Sutherland in Hacienda HealthCare rape case
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Post by White Man 1 » Fri Jan 25, 2019 7:27 am

When this was reported on NPR yesterday morning, the reporter went into depth about the victim, the investigation, but never the race of the perpetrator. Shouldn't we be warned that negro nurses are molesting women in delicate situations? Of course not.

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Post by Will Williams » Fri Jan 25, 2019 10:55 am

PhuBai68 wrote:Will the "father" be Hispanic, black or white?...

"Sutherland was born in Haiti..."

Not many Hispanics born in Haiti. At least this nigger is a devout Christian. :lol:

Brace for more stories like this.

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