I know someone who got caught stealing the exam and cheating. He now practices and sees patients! If I alert the universities to look into it they will see that my information is correct. Will they be still allowed to see and treat patients?

  • Do you have any reason to think this person cheated when getting the degree they hold? It sounds like you are describing someone who i) cheated in the past and ii) did not admit to cheating in a future interview, but not someone who cheated while working on the degree they actually hold.
    – terdon
    Aug 18 at 11:34
  • Please edit your question and clarify this because it sounds like all you have actual evidence for is old cheating, on a course which the person did not graduate from.
    – terdon
    Aug 18 at 12:06
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    You seem to have information that no one but the person themself would be likely to have. You seem to have details of their application to the foreign U. You seem to know what they were asked in interviews and how they answered. How is it that you could know all these things with enough certainty to avoid a lawsuit? Skeptical.
    – Buffy
    Aug 18 at 12:20
  • A libel lawsuit, actually, from the subject of your accusations.
    – Buffy
    Aug 18 at 12:40
  • academia.stackexchange.com/questions/153661/… Does this answer your question?
    – Allure
    Aug 18 at 12:48

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This has happened before in many instances. For example,


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