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Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Enriching the NHS

How immigrants supposedly benefit the NHS is one of the favourite arguments used by those who favour mass immigration; of course, we could talk about the dearth of unnecessary roles provided by that organisation, or the way the population has swelled as a result of mass immigration, thus meaning more pressure on the NHS and creating a vicious circle - but as they say, a picture paints a thousand words.

From the BBC:

A former nurse at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, has been found guilty of raping a teenage patient and indecently assaulting another woman.

Oliver Balicao, of Lerwick Court, Bicester, was a senior nurse when the offences took place in 2002 and 2004.

The 37-year-old indecently assaulted a 22-year-old woman in 2002 and raped a 17-year-old girl in 2004.

He was found guilty at Reading Crown Court and warned he faced a "substantial" sentence.

The youngest of Balicao's victims said she was raped in a side room at the hospital's accident and emergency department in October 2004.

At the time her boyfriend and mother didn't believe her because she had been admitted following a drug overdose and had been hallucinating.

But in 2007 the victim went to the police after seeing Balicao's photograph in the news after he admitted having consensual sex with another teenage patient in a disabled toilet.

Balicao's other victim told police he had forcibly kissed her when she was a patient in 2002.

Earlier judge Stephen John told Reading Crown Court that Balicao had committed a "grave breach of trust" and warned him "to expect a substantial sentence".

Indeed.

Yet another Third World parasite who sees the British people, who paid for his employment in a position of trust and responsibility, as playthings, as prey.

But I probably shouldn't be too harsh - perhaps he was raping the patients that British nurses just wouldn't rape.

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