Sunday, June 26, 2011

Dr. Zeeshan Ahmed LIES about Sunny Sheu's cause of death


YOUTUBE VIDEO OF Dr. Zeeshan Ahmed lying about the cause of Sunny Sheu's Death

Dr. Ahmed's professional diagnosis, after being told by the EMTs and NYPD officers who brought Sunny Sheu to the hospital that Sheu had suffered "severe head trauma": 

"We've got a CAT scan of his head" 
"There's no signs of trauma on his head"
"There's no fractures" 
"He doesn't have any signs of being injured"
"Not a lump not a bump, not a scratch on his head"


Queens Medical Examiner Michael Greenberg official autopsy report:

"Cause of Death: Blunt force trauma to the head with skull fractures and brain injuries"

OIG Investigator Eduardo Sanchez: "he had LOTS of injuries, not just to his head."


-why did Ahmed lie?

-who told Ahmed to lie?

-Did Ahmed allow Sunny to die by not relieving pressure in his skull?

- How did Ahmed arrive at the specific diagnosis of a "sub-arachnoid hemorrhage", when there was no such condition? 

- How did Detective Chris Austin determine that Sheu had died of a "seizure" within a half hour of Sheu's death? 

- Did Ahmed murder Sunny Sheu on orders from above?

- If Ahmed actually could not detect massive, fatal head trauma even with a CAT scan, why is he still practicing medicine? 

- Why did the NYPD, the DO, the OIG or the FBI never investigate Ahmed to find out why he lied?

-Why did the NY Hospital of Queens never investigate this lethal misjudgment? 

-What do the CAT scans, on which Ahmed says he based his diagnosis, show? Could any physician reasonably fail to see the massive trauma that the Medical Examiner found three days later? Could any physician reasonably mistake this head trauma for a sub-arrachnoid hemorrhage? 

-Why were the CAT scans not demanded by the OIG to determine if Ahmed allowed Sheu to die by purposely misdiagnosing and failing to treat his wounds? 

-Why did hospital receptionist Lorraine Baccus falsely claim to the BSN that Ahmed did not work at the hospital? 

Sheu died of a Basilar skull fracture

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