So, what is the problem?
There shouldn't be a problem.
Dr. Bennet Omalu simply does his job.
What does he get for his revolutionary discovery? His credibility is questioned and attacked. He is shunned. He is called un-American. He and his wife are harassed, and the tremendous stress leads to an even greater loss. His boss is investigated. There appears to be no end to the reach of the football world, and they use it to shut down a humble doctor. Meanwhile, people continue to die in confusing and terrifying ways.
There are few things I find more despicable in this world than abuse of power, and those who enable it are no better. It sends the message that the only people who deserve justice are those with money or high rank, and it gives them an unchristian sense of entitlement. What happens to Dr. Omalu over his pursuit of the truth is a travesty.
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