Cecil Knox was an excellent doctor
Dear Mr. Casey
I just read your article about Dr. Knox & I would like to say thanks.
I was one of the good doctor’s patients who traveled from out of town to his clinic. Not only did he care as a person – he was an excellent healthcare specialist.
U.S. Attorney Brownlee not so much either in my opinion. Bush 43 spoke in Richmond, Virginia on the day it was announced that a federal case was to proceed on Knox’s practice. W. Bush spoke of the bad, evil docs.
Bush the guy that approved “torture” lied us into Iraq and made that 1% a bigger group. Plus added to millions now still uninsured. Recession, need I say more of that president’s dim wit. Former Senator Allen was — still is in agreement with Bush 101. Just add tea and stir in a few million in Citizens U. cash.
Dr. Knox introduced me to people who helped also. Some that worked for him, others that didn’t. Cecil Byron was and is one in a million. Worked on MIA issues, treated veterans (not one) first or stood between local police and a patient about to get hurt. He’s only a year older than me.
I’m sure I still owe him for bills my limited insurance didn’t pay (and I do not presently have as an asset) nor have I had a full time doctor since – 2001 closing of his office. Court never addressed Knox’s outstanding accounts or why the state had not filed any concerns – or why you had to sign a patient document form/release as to your conditions or needs, etc., prior to any exam. Sad waste of talent, time and money.
President Obama calls it the “lost decade.” I never understood why – until he was elected. Cecil Byron Knox did before…