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State regulators will consider a complaint against Lubbock's former Deputy Medical Examiner

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – Texas state regulators will consider a complaint against Lubbock's former Deputy Medical Examiner Paul Shrode.

Shrode is accused of lying on his resume here in Lubbock, back in 2005, in order to get a job as the Chief Medical Examiner in El Paso.

Last year, under public pressure, the El Paso commissioner's court fired him. Also last year, a political activist and document expert in Austin filed a complaint against Shrode.

Tuesday, word came out of Austin that the medical board will consider the complaint on May 12th. The result of the hearing could be a recommendation to the Texas Medical Board that Shrode be fined, suspended or lose his Texas medical license.

 

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