001. we're told at kirklandreporter.com, in "Kirkland Naturopath Pleads Guilty to Filing False Insurance Claims" (2015-07-22):
"Kirkland naturopath Mark Chan Monwai, 42, pleaded guilty in King County Superior Court on July 17 to two counts of filing a false insurance claim in connection with his Kirkland medical practice [...] Monwai was charged in April 2015 with first- and second-degree identity theft and two counts of filing false insurance claims after an investigation by Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) [...]";
"'doctors are in a position of trust and using that trust to commit insurance fraud is particularly egregious,' Kreidler said. 'Defrauding health insurance companies raises rates for all people, many of whom struggle to pay their monthly premiums. I encourage consumers to scrutinize their explanation of benefits statements and to report anything that seems strange to my office' [...]";
why don't they go after the fraud being visited up on ND students by naturopathy schools? The elephant in the room, in terms of strange: a school that claims the supernatural and other such are science-based, aka Bastyr University, in the SAME STATE. Not a new thousand, but about a quarter of a million dollars per student is spent towards this naturopathy education ruse. They are the education robbers.