Shaibah Cover Ups

#1
:( My mates currently serving with the Force Protection unit at SLB. Recently they have had an ND, which was covered up. More worrying is the fact one of their Sgt's had his coffee spiked with MYagra (a newer form of Viagra) he ended up in hospital for 24hrs. They had been buying the tablets from Iraqi workers, the tablets contained traces of speed. Needless to say neither RMP or SIB have been called in. Their BC is scared that the bad publicity will effect his promotion!!!!
 
#2
If the guy was admitted then the Doctor/medical staff have no obligation to inform the RMPs, as the patient has strict confidentiality.

However, if the BC knows that this happened, then he has a duty to inform the RMP.

Don't blame the medics in SLB, they have a strict code of practice to work from.
 
#10
Boredwithsun said:
:( My mates currently serving with the Force Protection unit at SLB. Recently they have had an ND, which was covered up. More worrying is the fact one of their Sgt's had his coffee spiked with MYagra (a newer form of Viagra) he ended up in hospital for 24hrs. They had been buying the tablets from Iraqi workers, the tablets contained traces of speed. Needless to say neither RMP or SIB have been called in. Their BC is scared that the bad publicity will effect his promotion!!!!
An unhelpful post if the smelly-socks get a hold of it. These sort of rumours can easily be fabricated to attract undue attention by a disgruntled member of the unit.

Moderator are you out there?
 
#11
Ventress said:
Make sure I am portrayed as the dashing young hero who saves the day and gets the girl!
do you want the fat EFI bird or the slapper who did a show for the engineers?
 

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