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(NaturalNews) Your doctor might come across as friendly when speaking face to face, but do you know what she's saying about you behind your back or when you're under anesthesia for a medical procedure? A Vienna man was recently awarded $500,000 in a court judgment after recordings captured during his colonoscopy revealed that his anesthesiologist had openly mocked him in front of the surgical team and falsified his medical records out of unwarranted spite.

Tiffany M. Ingham, 42, reportedly began insulting the man, who is identified as "D.B." in the media in order to protect his identity, almost immediately after he was put under for treatment. Speaking directly to his unconscious body, Ingham callously stated that she wanted to "punch you in the face and man you up a little bit," and proceeded to make unseemly comments about the man's genitals, which at the time had a slight rash.

Speaking to a medical assistant who was present at the time of the procedure, a vindictive Ingham can be heard in the recording warning her co-worker not to touch the man's private areas or get near them because she might get "some syphilis on your arm or something." Immediately after stating this, Ingham can be heard saying, "It's probably tuberculosis in the penis, so you'll be all right."

The patient in question says he brought the recorder along to capture the doctor's instructions post-procedure, but it ended up recording the entire conversation that took place during the procedure as well. When he listened to the whole thing on his drive home from the surgical unit in Reston, Virginia, he contacted a lawyer to file a lawsuit against both Ingham and the gastroenterologist who performed the procedure, 48-year-old Soloman Shah.

Many Western doctors view themselves as gods and their patients as subjects

Shah was later dismissed from the case, as his captured remarks were more in response to the ones Ingham had made rather than prompted on his own. However, he did remark jokingly about the patient's genitals that, "As long as it's not Ebola, you're okay." He also didn't stop Ingham from crudely marking the patient's medical chart as positive for hemorrhoids, which was done purely out of spite.

The patient was ultimately awarded $500,000 in damages from Ingham and her now-former practice, Aisthesis anesthesia in Bethesda, Maryland. Ingham now appears to be on the run, as The Washington Post has reportedly been unable to track her down after her recent exodus to Florida.

As shocking as this case is, it isn't entirely anomalous. Western medicine has become a hotbed of arrogance and unprofessionalism, with many allopathic-trained doctors apparently now believing themselves to be gods ruling over their patients. This domineering attitude is breeding all sorts of illicitly uncouth behavior throughout the West.

In Belgium, as you might recall, doctors are now being tried for euthanizing their patients without consent. A paper recently published in the Journal of Medical Ethics looked at the overall death rate in Belgium and found that a shocking 1.7 percent of all deaths in 2013 were related to the administration of life-ending drugs that were used "with the intention to shorten life and without explicit request."

In other words, doctors in Belgium are now taking it upon themselves to determine whether their patients should live or die, regardless of what the patients themselves think. Besides the fact that this amounts to murder, it also exemplifies how many in the Western medical profession view themselves as both judge and jury in the grand game of life.

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