I am looking for a medical opinion regarding a high profile woman, 75 years old, whose husband claims had total knee replacement in both knees, when it is obvious that she had extensive plastic surgery and cosmetic dentistry done during the same period of time that he reported her surgery to have taken place. It really is obvious that she not only was an unlikely candidate for this extreme surgery, but she was seen within 30 days of her alleged surgery, walking gracefully in high heel shoes, crossing her legs for extended periods of time, and even going up and down short steps quickly, etc. This is all having NEVER been seen in public with even a cane. Her knees showed no indication of traditional style surgery (which is the only kind performed by the surgeon named publically by her her husband). We have video footage showing her knee ability within weeks of her alleged surgery date, and her "incredible" ability to walk in high heels and unassisted 30-52 days after her alleged surgery.
This is completely documented, and I am wondering if you Dr. Bolognesi would be willing to take a look at a video that I have put together demonstrating all that I have described.
I am sure you will recognize both individuals in the video.
Please let me know if you would would be able to look at this. It really has significant import not only to verify that this husband's report was a lie in this instance, but that he lies about many things. If this could be properly exposed, then many people would no longer be swindled out of their donations to this man and his organization.
I look forward to your reply, and will respond with a link to my video if you could do that.
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