If you are an incredibly influential and powerful person at your hospital and one of your employees tells you he saw an ex-employee (who still has access to the facility) raping a ten year old boy in the showers, and you tell your superior, and you let it drop there, even though you know the guy has access to plenty of underage kids, and you pointedly fail to do any kind of follow-up, even though you have every reason to believe those above you would squash the whole thing to protect you and a program worth millions and millions of dollars to the community...
yeah, i hope you die a painful death.
Ok. Convenient standard though. I think it's great that you only hold the incredibly influential and powerful to such a standard. The plain truth is that many of us see signs of problems every day. Maybe it's a depressed individual, someone involved in drugs, a victim of abuse, a perpetrator of abuse and so on. And maybe we do a little (some of us do a lot) but most of us keep living our lives.
Anyway, as I've said, your opinion has been noted. May I suggest that if you feel that strongly that perhaps you start a thread to bring this issue to better light rather than to continue to post in a thread meant to show a little respect to the man.