“Oh”’s comment: “You are an angry person.…..Blaming Dr. Muir. Dr. MacMillan. NYU. does not bring Mona back. Stop it with the fake allegations. Accusing other people of fake crimes. Does not change what you did to Mona while she was alive. I know. I remember. I loved her.”
Our family is sad and alarmed with your new comment, and what appears to be a complete lack of empathy. How else to describe your vicious attacks when patients are harmed, in addition to the alleged rape of multiple people by Dr, Owen Muir?
We can see that you clearly know nothing about our late daughter Mona Daniella, or about Dr. Owen Muir being unqualified to treat her - by his own admission to NYU Langone Medical Center - and about Dr. Carlene MacMillan knowingly and willingly enabling her husband again and again to sadistically terrorize our late daughter.
“Oh”, obviously you are very uncomfortable in confronting that allegedly Owen Muir might be a rapist, so now you are attempting to change the subject in an attempt to take the spotlight from Dr. Owen Muir's depraved behaviour by attacking us. It is quite disturbing to see how you might be out of touch with reality or that in all probability you seem to feel ok with victim blaming and defending their perpetrators.
Why are you so invested in defending people who were clearly negligent, fraudulent (in certain instances), and who threatened Mona Daniella on a regular basis, as their own text messages to her indicate? The entire picture shows malpractice unequivocally– especially in light of the damning whistleblower comment. You seem to have no qualms with psychiatrists’, and hospitals' negligence, and malpractice.
It defies logic you are turning your unbridled anger now to our family by trying to shift the blame to us in your senseless, relentless and desperate defense of Dr. Carlene MacMillan, and Dr. Owen Muir.
"Oh", if you really loved Mona Daniella, you would actually want justice for her.
Mona Daniella was a sensitive, gentle, kind, and caring person. She epitomized "Chessed", Loving-Kindness. She fought extremely hard. In a 2014 email I wrote to her that she was the bravest, the brightest, the most determined and the most resilient. Indeed she was. And much more.