JUSTICE FOR DEMI https://www.instagram.com/tv/CBRPAPfJzh4/?igshid=9it02ghw2x4c

June 12, 2020

Dear Senator Shannon Grove, (Email: senator.grove@senate.ca.gov)

My name is [Insert Your Name] and I reside at [Insert Your Address] in [Insert Your City], California.

On April 19, 2019, Demi Dominguez and her newborn son Malakhi both tragically died as a direct result of negligence, while under the medical care of Dr. Arthur Park.  He carelessly cared for, treated and rendered medical services for Demi and her son.   The State of California Medical Board is currently investigating this case.

Demi Dominguez was a  23-year old, young, vibrant and beautiful, educated woman.  She was at the prime of her life; as a daughter, sister, new wife & mother, ready to graduate from CSUB with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology on June 1, 2019.  Her life came to an abrupt and shocking end on April 19, 2019. Demi had faith and trust in Dr. Park but he failed her, the hospital failed her, the nursing staff failed her, our U.S. medical system also failed her. 

I am asking that you please hold the State of California Medical Board and Dr. Arthur Park accountable for these tragic deaths.  I am requesting the following:

1.  Dr. Arthur Park has his medical license revoked, permanently.  
2.  The State of California Medical Board to be held accountable for the leniency of Dr. Parks negligence.  (He was given probation for prior deaths.  Had they chosen stronger repercussions Demi & Malakhi would be alive today, as well as many other Mothers.) 

Thank you for your time and considering my request.

Respectfully Submitted, 

Elaine M. Suarez

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Published by Losing Joe - Finding My Way Thru Grief

My name is Elaine Suarez, I am a mother of 3 children; Joseph 27, Allie 25, Juliana 21. I’ve been married to the love of my life, Isadore, for 33 years. We’ve been blessed with three healthy and beautiful children. We raised our kids with unconditional love, joy for family, knowing our Catholic Faith, and the importance of working hard to achieve life goals. The five of us never left each others presence without saying, “I love you.” We are an extremely close family. On the morning of May 29, 2018, at approximately 11:00 am, I received a phone call from the coroner's office notifying me that our only son, Joseph Anthony Suarez, age 27, was deceased. And, just like that, in a matter of less than 2 seconds our life would never again be the same. Everything changed, we changed. Joseph (Joe) was only 27 and his life had come to an abrupt and devastating end. He is the eldest of three, he is our only son and only brother to our two daughters. Joe’s life ended way too soon. This was not fixable. The coroner kept his body for 21 days; therefore, we never got to say goodbye. His body was not the same body we last seen on May 28, 2018..healthy, vibrant, moving in life with no fear yet full of love for family, friends, and life itself. We chose to remember our son the way we last seen him, not on a steel flat gurney and unrecognizable after being touched and God knows what else from the autopsy. We celebrated his life remembering all the beautiful things he gave to each of us, his smile and his infectious personality that lit up a room the moment he entered, his love for us and our love for him. He is and will forever be with us, his spiritual self is way too big to not be here and I will work as best as I can to keep that beautiful spirit alive. I made Joe a promise on the day I said out loud in his bedroom while on my knees, “Okay God, I’m going to give him back to you because I want him safe and at peace.” I promised Joe I will NEVER let him be forgotten...not ever, and I would try to do my very best to breathe to live every day. This is my story of Losing Joe. Son, I love you to no end, Joseph Anthony Suarez. We will forever be a team my Jeh. ♥️i love u forever, your Meh.♥️

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