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Such outweighs all legitimate medical practice.

Moses the man of God who decreed the punishment of eye for an eye had clear eyesight until his death at 120 years of age.

For as long as he lived, none of his children after their departure from Egypt underwent that peculiar Egyptian ritual of bondage to be circumcised in the flesh of their private parts, and Moses further decreed in his law that no cuttings in the flesh should be performed for the dead.

But the "C-section-&-circumcision" childbirth prevails today as "standard practice" in the United States despite the unnecessary cutting and brutality for what otherwise would and ought to be an occasion of love, care, healing, joy, and hope for the entire family.

The jackpot jury verdicts of the '80s and '90s failed to cure this endemic malpractice, and even this small measure of redress was rolled back by medical "tort reform."

The medical boards which statutorily regulate the practice of medicine have utterly refused our complaints of such unnecessary butchery and denied them a certiorari.

Crimimal statutes against mayhem, i.e., the act of unnecessarily, willfully, and intentionally maiming a human being, have either been repealed by state legislatures, or not enforced.

The practice of medicine has gone beyond civil malpractice and criminal quackery to verge into war crimes reminiscent of Holocaust-era Germany or Poland, wherefore the convention of a court of proper and competent military jurisdiction is called to address such massacre, carnage, and unnecessary human bloodshed.

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