Battered Doctor Syndrome

Battered Doctor Syndrome

by Eugene Wrayburn

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Overview

This could become the book that saves your life, or the lives of your children.

Only very rarely, are the forensic insights and observations provided in this sensational story of homicide survival and justice perversion, available in such shocking detail.

A sophisticated murder attempt had missed its mark.

Surviving the murder attempt proved to have been the easy bit.

The perpetrator had two uncles in the Irish police force.

What began as an attempt to pull off the perfect murder, had to settle for becoming a police and judicial cover-up so ham-fisted, it required the services of a private Irish government inquiry in 2017, to "catch and kill" the details, and prevent them from emerging in public.

Excerpts:

" . . . When I heard George Floyd calling out for his mother, as a group of Minneapolis police officers asphyxiated him on live television in 2020, I was indelibly struck by the violence of our enduring kinship in pre-death . . . "

" . . . I had teetered on the brink between life and death by strangulation, and like George Floyd, I experienced the comfort dying people derive, from youthful memories of their mother . . . "

" . . . A victim's shame at being victimized, forms a core element of the victimization process, and becomes part of a "Stockholm Syndrome Effect", which predators fully exploit . . . "

" . . . Survivalism has a unique individuality to it, in the sense that the natural tendency for third-parties to play the situation down, or to overreact, produces a distraction which alters the primal focus instinctive to monitoring an inexorably lethal threat . . . "


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781666263350
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 03/19/2021
Series: BDS Series , #1
Pages: 486
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.25(d)

About the Author

Eugene Wrayburn MD is a homicide survivor, and an advocate for victims of organized police and judicial crime.

He started his writing career as a cub-reporter at a West of Ireland weekly newspaper, and went on to write for the television industry.

He has been a co-author on publications in scientific journals and as a trainee physician, instigated the use of image processing technology in the digitization of X-rays to quantify bone density in osteoporosis.

Dr Wrayburn also pioneered one of the world's first electronic libraries of digital books; he designed one of the first digital publishing formats for newspapers and magazines, and designed the blueprint for one of the world's first e-reading tablets.

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