America, even after everything she’s done, will throw a hissy fit if even the thought of doing that was floated around. The guy’s in charge there probably don’t even see this as a crime.
Is she still in Uganda? Interpol or UN agents should just grab her off the street or the Ugandan government should hand her over- other than protest, it's not like the US can do anything about it (especially not if the former happens).
I hope so too. It's revolting how Mother Teresa basically did similar things and is almost universally praised.
A) Clearly a troll account, And B)A claimed 10 out of 3500? The only example I saw given was a child that died of malnutrition AFTER they had made him “fat and healthy”. They also state she had medical personal including actual doctors on staff but that she herself would also provide medical care. The only example I saw was her injecting (antibotics?) into a child’s foot.
Those articles seem very motivated. I mean they should investigate her but I feel “Uneducated white woman goes to Africa to play doctor” seems disingenuous given it was a foundation with actual medical staff on hand.
Full pdf response.I am including an attachment in response to the photo you shared of Renee Bachdoing a medical procedure. The NWS Instagram account has shared this close-up photo taken in 2014 of Ms.Bachstarting an IV on a child in the SHC center--NWSused this photo to suggest that she was experimenting on children, playing doctor. I am attaching a photo taken at the same time, by the same photographer, that shows a wider angle, showing there was a Ugandan doctor present in addition to a Ugandan nurse. For context, on that particular day Ms. Bach was away from SHCI and the nurses on shift were unable to start an IV on a little boy who was in critical condition. At the request of the doctor, she was called to attempt to place the IV, she was able to insert the catheter and the medical staff used the access point to give necessary treatment and care.The boy stabilized.
Wasnt there some young guy who pretended to be a doctor, for like 10 years in the states before he got caught? Had his own staff I think too.
Please put this in the OP. It's important context, regardless.
Yep, he was a fraudster but at least he didn't kill anyone to my knowledge.
The difference is 1) he was a born-and-raised resident of Florida, the state where he ran his scam, and 2) that story was funny as hell, while this one's just depressing and shows how little oversight there are on foreign missionaries and volunteers going to African countries to ostensibly help people there.