Parallels Between Dr. Meadow & Dr. Newton: MSbP Perpetrator – Provider Type?

Follow up on the Justina Pelletier case.

The Proxy Project

This series of posts discusses the Justina Pelletier case, where healthcare providers at Boston Children’s Hospital kidnapped the sick teen from her family, falsely imprisoned her while emboldened by the State of Massachusetts, and abused her for about a year.

The family is now suing for malpractice, and I am providing evidence that the accused provider perpetrators, who are Alice Newton, Jurriaan Peters, and Simona Bujoreanu, may be displaying symptoms of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (MSbP) Perpetration – Provider Type. As I say in earlier posts, the family does not display any symptoms of being an MSbP family, but unfortunately, the press doesn’t seem to be looking into the possibility of provider perpetrators.

This post will focus on the parallels between the most famous alleged MSbP Perpetrator – Provider Type, Dr. Roy Meadow, who I describe in my last post, and Dr. Alice Newton.

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