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quinta-feira, 20 de outubro de 2011

scary: Day 3 Ends grand jury on charges of stealing kidneys from living patients

The third day of the trial of the case Kalume in Taubaté (SP), was marked by the clash between the prosecutor and the defense of Mario Friggi medical Torrecillas Pedro Henrique, Rui Noronha Sacramento and Mariano Fiore Jr., accused of removing the kidneys of four patients living in the former St. Elizabeth Hospital. The removal of organs, which would have occurred 25 years ago, Roosevelt was denounced by the doctor Sa Kalume, then director of the department of medicine at the University of Taubaté (Unitau). The sentence is to leave tomorrow afternoon.Friggi argued that there was a center pickup in Taubaté kidney - and not a transplant program - used by private hospitals and medical brokered by Emil Sabagga, one of the pioneers of kidney transplantation in Latin America. The equivalent of about $ 35 000 would have been paid by a patient to the hospital for a transplant. The prosecutor criticized the Brazilian system, which took ten years to end the police investigation, and mocked the fact that the defendants deny the facts. "Nothing happened here in Taubate.'s All right," said Frigga.When addressing the jury, the prosecutor gave the tone of what should be your thesis claim. He wanted to discredit the defense's attempt to point out that the complaint has been made by Kalume jealousy and power struggle. "Is that what happened here, all the media attention, it was only because the dr. Kalume wanted to publicly execrate those people?" He asked.Accused. By morning, all three doctors accused were questioned by Judge Marco Antonio Montemor, by the prosecutor and the defense. Torrecillas Peter Henry, accused of killing the patient José Carneiro with a stroke of a scalpel, and denied the fact that the nurse said Isabel Pereira, who accuses him, would not have participated in the surgery.Junior Mariano Fiore said he had spoken several times to the police about the disappearance of paper records of patients. "The delegate prevaricate?" The prosecutor said. Fiori said that this word was a "very strong". After giving testimony in the second, Kalume was admitted to the Regional Hospital in Taubate, where he underwent a cardiac catheterization. He was hospitalized but no change in clinical status.Ends third day of jury accused of removing kidneys from living patientsDefendants are accused of falsifying records to persuade families to donate.Jury occurs in Taubaté, they deny the crime of murder.G1 SPJury enters third day on Wednesday (Photo: Renato Ferezim / VNews) Jury should enter the last day on Thursday (Photo:Renato Ferezim / VNews)Ended at about 21.40 on Wednesday (19) days of the third trial of three doctors accused of killing four patients at a hospital in Taubate, in the Paraíba Valley, São Paulo, in 1986, by removing the kidneys of the victims as irregularly part of an alleged scheme of trafficking in human organs. The jury is being held from Monday (17) Forum in Central City.Resumed at 9:20 on Wednesday, the trial began with the questioning of Peter Henry Masjuan Torrecillas nephrologist, followed, as in the afternoon, the neurosurgeon Mariano Fiore Jr., 62.On Tuesday (18), the urologist Rui Sacramento Noronha, 60, was questioned for nearly three hours. The three defendants respond in freedom and in the lawful exercise of their profession for the crime of murder (with intent to murder) of patients Jose Miguel da Silva, Alex Lima, Gobbo Irani and Joseph Faria Carneiro.Around 15:45 this Wednesday, began the panel discussion between the prosecution and the defense of the accused. In his speech of two and a half hours, prosecutor Marcio Friggi supported the thesis that to feed a network of organ trafficking were committed four murders. The session was only taken up to 19h after an interval of 40 minutes, granted shortly after the conclusion of the presentation of the prosecution.In summary, the lawyer John Romeo Goffi Correia argued that the patients were already dead when the organs were removed and compared the process to the case Kalume Base School of São Paulo, where the complaint was based on false statements of witnesses.A replica of the prosecutor is scheduled for 9 am this Thursday (20), when the trial will enter into its fourth day. Then, the defense is entitled to two hours for the rejoinder. It is planned yet an hour break for lunch before the jury meets to decide. Thereafter, jurors will have two hours to reach a conclusion. The forecast is that the sentence is handed down by Judge Marco Antonio Montemor in the late afternoon on Thursday.If convicted, each faces up to doctors worth 60 to 20 years imprisonment. Another hypothesis is acquittal. During the processing phase, the three doctors always denied having committed the murders of which they are accused.According to prosecutors, doctors falsified medical records of patients alive, stating that they were brain-dead (no brain activity and no natural breathing) to convince their families to allow the removal of kidneys for donation.The prosecutor Marcio Augusto de Carvalho Friggi reports that in 80 years, the medical staff of the Faculty of Medicine Taubaté (Unitau) used the former St. Elizabeth Hospital de Clinicas (Hosic), which is currently located in the Regional Hospital of Taubaté, to commit crimes and ethical conduct and moral. Like today, at the time the institution was popular, but attended private health insurance.According to the complaint of the prosecution, the four patients were alive when they entered the extinct Hosic and died after the removal of these organs for over 24 years. According to the prosecutor, the victims died because of other complications due to the absence of these organs.The trial began on Monday morning, by the testimony of the witnesses presented by the prosecution: the doctor Roosevelt Kalume Sa (which revealed the case), the Baptist Medical Gilzélia (responsible for keeping the medical records), the nurse Maria Rita Pereira (who said she saw a doctor removing organs from a living patient), the doctor Vilela Caesar, Ivan Gobbo (a brother of the dead patients), Regina Tan (operator who worked in the medical records), Lenita Bueno (medical anesthesiologist) . It was also heard in the second defense witness Paulo Arantes de Moura.On Tuesday, we heard six witnesses requested by the defense, three others were dismissed. That same day, also held a confrontation between the nurse and an anesthesiologist Rita Pereira who have been denied removal of organs from live patients.In his interrogation, Rui Sacramento again denied that the kidneys were removed from living patients and revealed Kalume said the alleged scheme by "power struggle".If KalumeKalume, which came to be admitted at the start of Monday night at the Regional Hospital of Taubaté tachycardia after making his statement. He was responsible for revealing the case in 1987. Then director of the same college, the doctor approached the Regional Council of Medicine of São Paulo (Cremesp) to report that a program of illegal removal of kidneys from cadavers for donation and transplantation took place without his knowledge and approval.At the time, the matter became known nationally and the press treated him as if Kalume, in reference to the surname of the complainant. The scandal culminated with the opening of a police investigation in 1987 and even became a target in 2003 of the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (CPI) which covers the activities of criminal organizations operating in the trafficking of organs in Brazil.The doctors were acquitted of charges of organ trafficking and euthanasia in administrative procedures and ethics of Cremesp in 1988 and the Federal Council of Medicine (CFM) in 1993. Moreover, the case helped Taubaté discussion about the development of current law that deals with the regulation of organ transplants in the country today. According to CFM, the law is the 9434, 1997.In 1993, Kalume even published a book about the case. To narrate the facts, he used different names of the characters from real life. "Transplantation", however, ceased publication. Nevertheless, the work is also part of the case against the doctors.In 1996, after almost ten years of investigation, the police concluded the investigation of Taubaté four doctors who blamed the deaths of four patients. One of the accused died in May this year.Medium prosecution's charges against the doctors rely only on voluntary manslaughter. According Friggi de Carvalho, reports the Medical-Legal Institute (IML), the Police Scientific and Technical Cremesp concluded that patients were not dead before the removal of kidneys.During the trial, witnesses reported that up to a kind of medium was shown to relatives by doctors to say they had contacted the supposed dead on the spiritual plane and he had asked family members to authorize the donation.In September 2010, in a report published by the G1, supporters of the defendants denied the charges that his client forged documents. Claiming innocence, the defense argued that these withdrawals were made of the kidneys in people who were pronounced brain dead. The defendants said that screening angiography showed that the patients were clinically dead, in an irreversible coma or brain death.The defendants have said that the bodies went into the transplant program Unitau an agreement between the Hospital and Clinics (HC), University of São Paulo (USP) in São Paulo. But according to the prosecutor Friggi Oak, this agreement ever existed. "There is no record of it anywhere," he said.Meanwhile, friends and relatives of the defendants share space with family members of patients dead on the floor where there is the trial of the case Kalume. On the one hand, medical students with T-shirts with inscriptions in favor of defendants acquitted by twisting them. On the other, people who want the condemnation of the accused.

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