Whatcott wins appeal to have nursing suspension overturned

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Should Bill Whatcott go back to nursing now that he won the appeal against his suspension in the Saskatchewan Court of Appeals?

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No stay a trucker, you are more suited for that work
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Yes go back to nursing, the Regina Health District and Planned Parenthood needs your common sense Biblical perspective on life and sexual health issues
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22%
Run for Mayor again, next election Edmonton will be ready to embrace your platform
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Not sure
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Total votes : 9

Whatcott wins appeal to have nursing suspension overturned

Postby Bill Whatcott » Thu Jan 17, 2008 10:15 pm

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Bill Whatcott the formerly defrocked nurse talks to reporters at Edmonton City Hall when running for Mayor

Dear friends:
For those of you who don't know the whole story. In the spring of 2002 I led a group of Godly protesters on a weekly vigil at Regina Planned Parenthood (RPP). During this vigil we called attention to Planned Parenthood International's (Regina Planned Parenthood is part of IPP) direct involvement in surgical abortions and RPP's involvement in abortion referral and chemical abortion by giving abortificient Morning After Pills. We also denounced their amoral and unhealthy sex education program and called on their clients to repent of fornication and abortion and turn to Christ that their sins may be forgiven.

Seeing as I was the leader of this weekly vigil and the most outspoken RPP targeted me. First they called the police and tried to have me arrested. When this failed they went after my nursing license. The pro-abortionists at the Saskatchewan Licensed Practical Nursing Association were quite happy to oblige Planned Parenthood's request I be censored for my off work pro-life activities.

They found a pro-abortion adjudicator named Jamie Struthers and had a farce of a trial. God did many amazing things during that trial. An RN called me up and put her job on the line to testify in my defense. She exposed Dr George Carson's (RPP's Medical Director) involvement with sadistic treatment of aborted children. She testified under oath Dr Carson would grab late term aborted babies by the head and start shaking them. She testified some of these babies came out alive and would cry before they were suffocated or bled to death.

Bill Whatcott exposed many of RPP's lies. The Director Barbara McWatters of RPP made a number of ridiculous statements under oath. She claimed late term abortions don't take place in Canada and my side revealed her own Medical Director was committing them in Regina General Hospital. In spite of the RPP testimony being thoroughly discredited and RPP being thoroughly exposed as being part of Canada's and PPI's baby killing and sexual perversion apparatus I was found guilty of "slandering" Planned Parenthood. I slandered them according to Jamie Struthers because I called them baby killers and accused them of being part of the problem with the spread of Aids/ HIV through their promotion of condoms and sexual promiscuity.

Even though my activities were off work and I never represented myself as a nurse at RPP, Struther's found me guilty of professional misconduct fined me $15,000 and suspended me indefinitely until I paid the fine. My lawyer Tom Schuck appealed this dreadful decision and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association intervened on my side.

Yesterday I received word the fine and suspension was overturned by the Saskatchewan Court of Appeals. I can go back to nursing if I wish and more importantly this case can be used by any of Canada's professions as a precedent for freedom of speech and religiously based conscientious objection. Christians and other moral Canadians, Dentists, Teachers, Doctors, Lawyers as well as Nurses can reference my case if they are bullied by their professional organizations as a result of a stand they take on a moral issue during their time off work.

Thank you Jesus!
Bill Whatcott

To read the judgment from the Saskatchewan Court of Appeals go here:
http://www.mydatabus.com/public/Billwha ... stated.pdf
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Postby zip.com » Thu Jan 17, 2008 10:20 pm

That is WONDERFUL NEWS!!!!!!!!!!

I'm so happy for you, Bill! Praise God and say a prayer of thanks!

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Postby zip.com » Thu Jan 17, 2008 10:32 pm

Bill, are you going to return to nursing now?
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Postby Tory_canuck » Thu Jan 17, 2008 10:39 pm

Right on...thgis is a victory for freedom of speech. :-)

I hope pple get the word out to the bloggers....this is a victory indeed.
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Postby Bill Whatcott » Thu Jan 17, 2008 10:46 pm

\"Tory_canuck\" wrote:Right on...thgis is a victory for freedom of speech. :-)

I hope pple get the word out to the bloggers....this is a victory indeed.


Please spread this as far as you can. Other professionals need to get this news. It is a good day for Canadian pro-life professionals..... :grin:

To answer your question Zip I'm not sure. I'm loyal to my current boss and will stay for awhile longer. Obviously nursing is better pay and has much more in the way of benefits. Still my experience with the leftists and sodomites in the Regina Health District left me with a bad taste. They really hated me and made my life hell every day of my work week. That was tough and I hardly relish going back to that unless God calls me to do it.

I will be curious to see how people respond to my poll question at the top.....
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Postby Tory_canuck » Thu Jan 17, 2008 10:52 pm

\"Bill Whatcott\" wrote:
\"Tory_canuck\" wrote:Right on...thgis is a victory for freedom of speech. :-)

I hope pple get the word out to the bloggers....this is a victory indeed.


Please spread this as far as you can. Other professionals need to get this news. It is a good day for Canadian pro-life professionals..... :grin:

To answer your question Zip I'm not sure. I'm loyal to my current boss and will stay for awhile longer. Obviously nursing is better pay and has much more in the way of benefits. Still my experience with the leftists and sodomites in the Regina Health District left me with a bad taste. They really hated me and made my life hell every day of my work week. That was tough and I hardly relish going back to that unless God calls me to do it.

I will be curious to see how people respond to my poll question at the top.....


You can work at the hospital in Vegreville.........it will then mean that at least they will have one more person who washes their hands . :mrgreen:
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Postby evolution8 » Thu Jan 17, 2008 10:58 pm

Yeah, this is really great news, praise God our prayers were heard! :pray:

Also refer here for more:

Whatcott wins appeal of discipline ruling
Whatcott wins judgment against SALPN
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Postby evolution8 » Thu Jan 17, 2008 11:29 pm

The court noted Whatcott has not worked as an LPN since the decision of the discipline committee, but this has been, in significant part, his own choice, so no compensation was ordered for lost employment revenue.
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I don't understand this part.....since they suspended Bill's license how can he work as an LPN? Therefore, he had no choice but to look for other jobs to support himself and his family. If this were the case in the Philippines, Bill can counter charge for moral damages and lost employment revenue.
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Postby Theresa » Thu Jan 17, 2008 11:54 pm

I am very happy to hear this.

Were surprised considering you don't often get favorable results in court?
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Postby Tory_canuck » Fri Jan 18, 2008 12:14 am

They posted the news article on FD.TomFoolry wanted to see the judgement so I posted it there on the thread. :-)

Now hopefully, the bloggers will catch a sniff of this.
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Postby Tory_canuck » Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:23 am

http://www.freedominion.com/phpBB2/view ... hp?t=93894

This has been a morale booster for FD. :grin:
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Postby evolution8 » Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:31 am

Thanks for the info Tory. 8-)

Hmmm.....now it would be interesting to see what the anti-Whatcotts would say! :mrgreen:
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Postby Tory_canuck » Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:45 am

\"evolution8\" wrote:Thanks for the info Tory. 8-)

Hmmm.....now it would be interesting to see what the anti-Whatcotts would say! :mrgreen:


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Postby paisley_cross » Fri Jan 18, 2008 5:49 am

Yesterday I received word the fine and suspension was overturned by the Saskatchewan Court of Appeals. I can go back to nursing if I wish and more importantly this case can be used by any of Canada's professions as a precedent for freedom of speech and religiously based conscientious objection. Christians and other moral Canadians, Dentists, Teachers, Doctors, Lawyers as well as Nurses can reference my case if they are bullied by their professional organizations as a result of a stand they take on a moral issue during their time off work.


Congratulations, Bill. Although I may not agree with your tactics or objectives I salute you in this victory of yours for free speech.
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Postby zip.com » Fri Jan 18, 2008 6:07 am

\"zip.com\" wrote:Bill, are you going to return to nursing now?


I guess your not going to answer my question?

Thanks. :-P
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