A case from the practice of law "the doctor opened his veins in the remand prison. Most likely he was ordered"

27.09.2020 Владимир Чернобай
I want to tell you a case from my law practice that happened back in 2008.

Doctor Vladimir Pelipenko, sentenced in the "Sonya Kulivets case" to 11 months in a penal colony, died in a pre-trial detention center in Krasnodar. He opened his veins. I think they just "ordered" it. Doctor Pelipenko was sentenced to 11 months in a penal colony in the case of an infant girl Sonya Kulivets, whose arm was amputated as a result of a medical error.

The incident with the child happened in 2006, when on December 31, 2006, a two-month-old baby Sonia Kulivets was delivered to the regional children's infectious diseases hospital in Krasnodar.
The child was admitted with a diagnosis of whooping cough. After an unsuccessful catheter insertion, the girl developed thrombosis of the right forearm artery. The doctors did not tell the child's parents about the complications that had arisen. An urgent operation that would help save the child's hand was not performed.
Only on January 2, when the baby's fingers began to turn black due to gangrene, the girl was transferred to the children's regional clinical hospital with a diagnosis of deep thrombosis of the brachial artery of the right hand. Doctors tried to save at least part of the limb, but time was lost.
After unsuccessful attempts to save the sore arm, the doctors decided to amputate. A criminal case was initiated against two medical workers: a 50-year-old doctor, an anesthesiologist-resuscitator of the children's infectious diseases hospital, Vladimir Pelipenko, and a 36-year-old nurse, Elena Senicheva. They were charged under Part 2 of Article 118 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation "causing grievous bodily harm through negligence, committed as a result of improper performance by a person of his professional duties."
On November 19, 2007, Pelipenko and Senicheva were sentenced to one year in prison in a colony-settlement. In addition, the court deprived the convicts of the right to practice medicine.
murderous doctorsleepyhead without a pen From the editorial office: The lawyer wonders why Pelipenko was placed in a pre-trial detention center, because he was sentenced to a colony-settlement, the investigation against him was completed. What was the convicted doctor doing in the cell?
Further, any physician knows that it is impossible to just cut your veins and die of blood loss. Not arteries were cut, but only veins, and only on the forearm. This is not to mention the fact that such an experienced doctor as Pilipenko, if he had chosen death for himself, would have done everything differently.
It is especially alarming that the representative of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation claims that "the suicide did not allow the doctors of the pre-trial detention center to provide him with medical assistance, as a result he died." A man dying of blood loss resisted and the remaining blood flowed out of him? !!
It is very likely that the doctor was "helped" to die. And this is understandable - the child was left without an arm, and must be guilty.
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Олесь28 сентября 2020, 00:09
Precisely neher was to hide the joint, but it was necessary to treat !!!
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Ivan Denisov27 сентября 2020, 20:38
Due to 11 months of settlement, no one will cut their veins. It's just that the doctor was killed - especially in 2006 - probably the prices for the murders were low. Of course, I'm sorry for the guy. But why hide your negligence? They would have taken them to the operation and fixed everything ... but they ran into the wrong ones.