The tragedy of this case is that there are inadequate safeguards to permit a doctor to bring patient safety concerns forward and to address inequities in employment and to safeguard the human rights and civil rights of all concerned. Now the violent act of a homicide and the prosecution proceedings will mask the underlying problem that existed at that hospital. Homicide is not justified. Dr. Lishan Wang will stand trial for his actions. But had Dr. Wang's human rights and civil rights been protected would there have been a different outcome?
Our heartfelt condolences go out to Dr. Toor's family and to Dr. Wang's wife and three children. We can hope that all who have control over this case look to find a way to have transformative justice with consideration of the human rights of all involved.
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