The Monster Chase describes the process of malicious prosecutions.
Stahl paints the portrait of an abusive prosecutor. Nesh circumvents ‘due process’ to avoid defense, uses dishonest patients as witnesses to win a case void of merit and successfully victimizes a physician. Similar to “Plain Truth” by Jodi Picoult, Stahl brings readers to observe the unnecessary and cruel sufferings inflicted by misguided justice.
The narrator, Anna, has researched the subject and has come to realize, that this might be the cause of the shortage of doctors today. The process initiated during the Clinton presidency has resulted in countless similar cases. The criminalization of medicine has prompted physicians to leave the profession.
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