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Perhaps she actually wants to become a vascular surgeon and was practicing a dissection of the femoral vessels?

 

At least in this situation they are open and honest about why she wouldn't serve time or get a reduced sentence, compared to situations where rich white boys get off lightly for things like rape just because their daddy is a lawyer.

 

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Not sure I would want her performing surgery on me.  Thankfully, there are many others out there at least here.


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3 minutes ago, Bill & Katya said:

Not sure I would want her performing surgery on me.  Thankfully, there are many others out there at least here.

Agreed. For me I'm more worried about the "drug and alcohol fueled" part of the story, than the "stabbed boyfriend in the leg".

 

She isn't even in surgical training yet and is already is already on drugs and abusing alcohol. That doesn't bode well. 

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1 minute ago, bcking said:

Agreed. For me I'm more worried about the "drug and alcohol fueled" part of the story, than the "stabbed boyfriend in the leg".

 

She isn't even in surgical training yet and is already is already on drugs and abusing alcohol. That doesn't bode well. 

Agreed, I also found that troubling.


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It's not surprising, but it is also sad that even without going to jail a University will "overlook" stabbing someone AND abusing drugs/alcohol just because someone shows "so much promise". They aren't doing her any favours. She needs to be removed from school until she can solve those problems.

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4 minutes ago, bcking said:

It's not surprising, but it is also sad that even without going to jail a University will "overlook" stabbing someone AND abusing drugs/alcohol just because someone shows "so much promise". They aren't doing her any favours. She needs to be removed from school until she can solve those problems.

Makes you wonder how her classmates feel about her?  As you said earlier, it is really no different than a rich person getting special treatment in the legal system.  Many people are fed up unequal treatment in the legal system, and it goes against treating everyone equally.


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The other silly thing about a situation like this is she is a "gifted" University student who wants to become a CT Surgeon. Her "gifts" in the classroom don't mean that much regarding her future career as a CT Surgeon. I'd actually be more encouraged if it commented on how she was a concert pianist or something. CT Surgery is more of an art and while "textbook gifts" are important, it is honestly more of a natural physical ability. I didn't see what year she is in at Oxford but I doubt she has done much to actually demonstrate she has the technical ability to become a CT surgeon. She could be the smarter person at Oxford and still be a horrible surgeon.

 

Also the drugs won't help. Not just with malpractice suits but technically speaking as well. I'd actually say whether they keep her out of jail or not her future isn't all that promising if she is abusing drugs at University and wants to become a surgeon. Especially now that it is public knowledge.

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36 minutes ago, bcking said:

The other silly thing about a situation like this is she is a "gifted" University student who wants to become a CT Surgeon. Her "gifts" in the classroom don't mean that much regarding her future career as a CT Surgeon. I'd actually be more encouraged if it commented on how she was a concert pianist or something. CT Surgery is more of an art and while "textbook gifts" are important, it is honestly more of a natural physical ability. I didn't see what year she is in at Oxford but I doubt she has done much to actually demonstrate she has the technical ability to become a CT surgeon. She could be the smarter person at Oxford and still be a horrible surgeon.

 

Also the drugs won't help. Not just with malpractice suits but technically speaking as well. I'd actually say whether they keep her out of jail or not her future isn't all that promising if she is abusing drugs at University and wants to become a surgeon. Especially now that it is public knowledge.

I have experienced several people like you described in my professional life.  Book smart beyond belief, but not able to put much of that intelligence to any practical use when it came time to get their hands dirty.  Of course the story doesn't go into a lot of detail regarding her actual "gifts", so who knows.


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Definitely agree. Never thought much about "book smart" people, means jack to me.


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