The Texas Medical Board's policy regarding appeal by a complainant of the dismissal of a complaint is set out in Section 178.8 of the Board Rules.
Sincerely, Joan Donley,
CNITexas Medical Board
Joan Donley is an investigator with the Texas Medical Board. The complaint she refers to is a complaint filed against Dr. Mark Blotcky. Dr. Mark Blotcky is an psychiatrist that also works with the Dallas County Family Court System as a court appointed expert witness and psychiatrist in cases of child custody.
I have recently written three horrible stories about obscene amounts of corruption and criminality perpetrated by Dr. Mark Blotcky. In one story, Dr. Susan Diamond is accused of having Munchhausen by proxy by Dr. Blotcky even though he had never had Dr. Diamond as a patient. In another story, a child gains more than 20 pounds in about ten weeks when he is only 9 as a result of the prescription cocktail that Dr. Blotcky prescribed him. In the third story, he helped to orchestrate child abuse charges against a 270 pound man against his 12 year old son, even though he never files charges anywhere but the Dallas Family Court System.
As a result of these three stories, Dr. Shirley Pigott, who this email is addressed to, filed a formal complaint with the Texas Medical Board. This is the first time we have heard from Ms. Donley however another person responded to this inquiry so far. This was the Mari Robinson , and attorney and currently the Interim Executive Director. Here is what she said.
A thorough review of this matter has now been completed. An investigation was not filed because the initial review provided for in Sec. 154.058 does not indicate that the actions referenced in your complaint fall below the acceptable standard of care.
First of all what is interesting is that the head of the board is heard from about the status of the investigation before the lead investigator. The lead investigator said nothing when Mari Robinson sent this email to Dr. Pigott.
Second of all, think about just how the Texas Medical Board is treating Dr. Pigott. Does this sound like open and honest government? I should mention that none of the victims I wrote about were ever contacted during the course of the so called investigation that the Texas Medical Board claims to have conducted. The head of the board dismisses the investigation without an explanation. Then, the only thing the lead investigator communicates is pointing Dr. Pigott to some obscure rules if she wants to challenge their findings.
In other words, here is what this medical board has done so far. They have allowed this corrupt doctor to operate in exactly the manner I describe for years. He makes millions doing it. In the meantime, hundreds if not thousands of parents have lost custody of their children for no other reason than that system was totally, completely, and utterly corrupt. When overwhelming evidence is brought that shows that at the minimum he needs to be full investigated, they claim they have without doing a thing. Offer no service whatsoever. Impersonally point the person who brought the charges to some code rather than explaining exactly what they have done. That's not merely corrupt but frankly it is one of the most stunning acts of hubris I have ever witnessed.
Here is Mari Robinson's email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is Joan Donley... Joan.Donley@tmb.state.tx.us
The Texas Medical Board is chosen by the Governor. Here is Rick Perry's contact information.
Every single one of these folks has jurisdiction to stop all of this right now. Please ask them why they let it go on.