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Ratings for Dr. Peter Doherty

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Report his gibberish to the IME Review at Worksafe ref Ms Harris. The email address is Independent_Medical_Examiner-Review@worksafe.vic.gov au I think the lady said.

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flag | Submitted August 16, 2017

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Real doctors read his "report" and they were shocked.

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flag | Submitted August 14, 2017

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The Victorian Ombudsman's staff said they want to hear from victims.

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flag | Submitted August 13, 2017

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One Nation (office@onenation.com.au) and Derryn Hinch and the whole Cross Bench want to hold the Royal Commission into Banks and Insurers (and lawyers, recievers, etc etc). They will want to hear victims stories. In the meantime, let them know there must be a retroactive compensation scheme for victims.

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flag | Submitted August 12, 2017

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He thinks he knows everything. AUSTRAC case: How drug syndicates turned Commonwealth Bank into a money pump Australian Financial ReviewAug 11 2017 11:00 PM Neil Chenoweth One man with a car was laundering more than $650,000 a day on a meandering route through Commonwealth Bank branches in 2015, part of $1.5 million that drug syndicates were moving through CBA accounts each day. Transaction details in the 583-page statement of claim lodged by AUSTRAC against CBA last week for failing to report suspicious transactions provide almost a minute by minute account of how six syndicates manipulated the CBA deposit system, reaching its height on June 30, 2015. The most graphic account came just after one o'clock that day when a computer alert pinged and a CBA manager hurried outside to catch a glimpse of the man who had haunted his branch for months. CBA customers had been shovelling huge sums of cash through the Intelligent Deposit Machines outside the doors of the Leichhardt Marketplace branch, in Sydney's inner west. What the worried branch manager didn't know was that in reality it was just one man, Yuen Hong Fung , using up to 29 false identities, to launder money made from methamphetamine sales to accounts in Hong Kong. The manager's intervention on June 30, 2015, accosting the burly middle aged figure working on one of his IDMs, would force a rare hiccup in the money laundering operation. "This is crazy!" the branch manager, who has never been identified, told his superiors. On a deadline Fung, interrupted in mid-transaction, aborted his latest deposit and hurried to his car. He understood about getaways – he had been deported three times for fraud since he arrived in Australia on a student visa, and still managed to visit Australia 34 times using false passports. But Fung on June 30 was a man on a deadline, so he needed to backtrack quickly to the Mascot branch to deposit the rest of the funds from the Leichhardt mix-up. All up, Fung deposited $670,420 that day as he went from branch to branch on a magical mystery tour of Sydney, in the process inserting about 13,000 bank notes into the IDMs, mostly $50 notes. Four days later, AFP officers arrested Fung and Foong at the Eastgardens branch where they had just deposited $49,700. This was on top of another $414,400 that Fung had already deposited that day at Market City, Elizabeth Street, Ashfield, Paddington and Mascot, and police found another $200,000 cash in Foong's car (along with 16 fake driving licences). Despite Fung's arrest, $404,450 of the funds banked that day were transferred to Kong Kong. And Fung had another $520,000 in his home, ready for the next day's laundry. Fung had laundered $21 million in nine months but it was all a surprise for him. He told police someone called Johnny had given him the money in his home and asked him to hold it. What bank accounts?

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flag | Submitted August 12, 2017

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Had an IME with this crook who allowed me to record the IME but then went and wrote a report which was opposite to what was recorded and said by me. I complained and made him change it. The animal then made a false death threat report to police, which I hope to have turned around and have him and his assistant charged with making a false report. A total piece of poo!!!

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flag | Submitted August 8, 2017

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Who did he see because I must have seen another Dr Peter Doherty ,or maybe he suffers from dementia or amnesia or something????

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flag | Submitted August 4, 2017

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I can see why the nurses said Victorian Ombudsman and the Worksafe "IME Review" are on to something. Are insurance companies under investigations?

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flag | Submitted August 1, 2017

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He must live under a rock if he even disagrees with Putin about international pedo rings. https://youtu.be/tlaHubJ-fKk

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flag | Submitted July 15, 2017

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He can't possibly assess someone in 30 minutes. Even Cold Case and CSI take at least 45 minutes broke up over ad breaks.

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flag | Submitted July 12, 2017

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