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This is why some decisions should be based on probable outcomes, not feelings

Pong Messiah

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Literally had to check to make sure this wasn't an April Fool's story.


So, basically a low-risk patient was passed over because there was a big public outcry about giving this poor kid a "second chance" at life, which forced the hospital to make an irrational decision in favor of a high-risk patient.


Hospital didn't want to waste a heart on him cause of his juvenile record and the probability that he wouldn't follow through with treatment/medicine. But people felt bad and kinda forced their hand. Then he went out and shot somebody and died after a carjacking.


Anthony Stokes, 17, struck a pedestrian and then crashed a stolen car while trying to flee police. He had also shot an elderly woman during an attempted burglary, police said.





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