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Health Management Associates Inc. Message Board

  • vincent90157 vincent90157 Dec 2, 2012 8:02 PM Flag

    Look At This HMA Exec Babbling Like a Fool

    He was shown the proof and he looks like a 5 year old who got caught with his hand in the cookie jar.
    This FBI guy says it's fraud at HMA.

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    • this vp was thrown to lions by the ceo, the coward

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      • I am very well trained in identifying deceptive practices. His body language, demeanor and look at where his eyes went every time he was seemingly tripped up. Look at Steve in the eye or the camera instead of down. Idiot liar. Newsome probably had his arm "elbow deep" up this guys arsey playing Mr. Pupetteer with him. The sad thing here is not only the millions of $$$ in fraud, but think about all the ancillary people that are affected when a loved one/friend is admitted. Family, friends, neighbors, etc. Who is gonna take care of "uncle Joe's" dog and house when he is admitted to hospital unnecessarily--not to mention the stress put on the patient and everyone who is close to them. It is truly unbelievable how the immorality and lack of moral fiber of a small percentage of the USA can have far reaching and very life changing affects on such large numbers of the populous. This is a microcosm of the sub prime mortgage lending debacle/tragedy that a small percentage of Wall Street "players" wreaked havoc on the entire country. The USA, NFL and others need to start handing out some really stiff punishments to those that put others livliehoods, healthcare and families at complete risk and otherwise. Does anyone reading this post know many people that are better off now than they were 5-10 years ago? I can count on one hand--it's truly appalling!!! God help us all.

 

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