Doctor Quacks Malpractice
Are patients and NJ Board of Medical Examiners new victims?

by James J. Keene PhD

Marlton, NJ - April 15, 2003 A fugitive from justice and ringleader of the Davis-Flores child kidnapping gang may be practicing medicine in Marlton, NJ. The family of the kidnapped children received information by email from a friend of a prospective patient, who looked up "Nilda Keene" on the internet and found the Missing Keene Kids web site.

New Victims of Con-Artist Doctor

In another stunning twist in one of the most remarkable cases of child abduction in recent memory, the family learned that "Dr. Nilda Keene" was listed in the Yellow Pages as running "Psychological Services & Human Development Center" at 11004 Lincoln Drive West, Marlton, NJ. This "Dr. Keene" is really Nilda Davis-Flores and has an arrest warrant related to the first of serial kidnappings in the Commonwealth of Dominica. In the U.S., she has committed perjury in a sworn deposition and serial inter-state kidnapping of my missing children, Grace Keene and James Keene.

This "Dr. Keene" is clearly not fit to provide any such medical or psychological services to the public. As a disreputable person, she has no permission to use the Keene name either. In spite of written warning to stop using the Keene name from the author, she obviously finds it convenient to pursue her sinister plan. What is one more fraud among so many?

There is no end to surprises in the Dr. Nilda case. The New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners web site shows that she has been issued a license to practice medicine. As Nilda Davis-Flores MD the physician? No, it is listed as the fictitious "Nilda Keene".

Apparently the Medical Examiners do not implement even rudimentary background checks. As reported, a friend of a prospective patient found out more in a few minutes than the learned Board could gather. Had the Board even looked, then the family of the victim children could have presented evidence to confirm information on the Missing Keene Kids web site. Their records show a license was issued to a fugitive from justice, a child kidnapper, a child abuser and an emotionally unstable individual.

Was the Board of Medical Examiners negligent or were they defrauded by a pro who has mastered deceit as a way of life? In Puerto Rico, she identified herself for years in many documents as Nilda Davis-Flores, her maiden name, both before and after her divorce which she initiated. Now, in New Jersey, she pops up as "Nilda Keene" and who knows by what other aliases.

Medical Malpractice

The Dr. Nilda case raises medical malpractice to new heights. According to references [], medical malpractice is Improper or negligent treatment of a patient, as by a physician, resulting in injury, damage, or loss.
Improper or unethical conduct by the holder of a professional or official position.

The family of the kidnapped children are not "patients" of child abductor Nilda Davis-Flores, but they and the victim children certainly have suffered "injury, damage and loss" at her hands. Clearly "improper and unethical conduct" applies, but maybe that is not a concern for the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners.

The act or an instance of improper practice.

Dr. Nilda was trained as a psychiatrist -- a physician who is supposed to be especially competent in behavioral situations and care. Is child kidnapping proper care of children? Is terrorizing children proper care? Is preventing children from seeing or knowing their own parent -- the author -- proper care? Is hiding children from their parent proper care? Is preventing the father of children from communicating with his own children proper care?

As the victim father, I have often wondered how convicted criminals in prison can see and talk with their children, while I cannot although I am a law-abiding citizen. This is just one more glimpse into the delusions and fantasies of Dr. Nilda.

The thought that Dr. Nilda would be practicing medicine or psychiatry is mind-boggling. That she would even attempt to do so is itself evidence of her own detachment from reality. That authorities would allow her to do so is a scandal.

Evil practice; illegal or immoral conduct; practice contrary to established rules; specifically, the treatment of a case by a surgeon or physician in a manner which is contrary to accepted rules and productive of unfavorable results.
A wrongful act that the actor had no right to do.

These definitions of malpractice fit 100%. Certainly Dr. Nilda is adept at behaving "contrary to accepted rules and productive of unfavorable results."

Dr. Nilda takes malpractice to heart, so to speak. The guiding principle seems to be "malpractice starts at home".

What do the legal eagles think? Is there a malpractice suit in the offing for Dr. Nilda? Or is this just a scandal for the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners?

I am not a legal expert, but Dr. Nilda appears to have the walk, the talk and the quack of medical malpractice.

Children Still Missing

After eight years of hiding and captivity by the Davis-Flores gang, the mental and emotional status of my children is still unknown. Are they "brainwashed" a la Elizabeth Smart or are they secretly yearning for freedom, honor, self-respect and truth? Would they join their father to help their mother back to a sane view of life?

In letters to them which they probably never received, I used to urge them to help their mother -- the child abductor -- by encouraging her to get professional help for her mental and emotional troubles. The author would not participate in any lawsuit unless it was clear that such an action might help free my children and help their mother get the help she needs.

On the other hand, current patients of Dr. Nilda and their families will have their own take on how the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners licensed a known fugitive from justice, child kidnapper, child abuser and perjurer and whether it is ethical for such a person to practice or malpractice medicine.

Does Dr. Nilda have a current controlled substance license from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)? Does Dr. Nilda have malpractice insurance? In these cases, application documents submitted by Dr. Nilda may provide evidence of further fraud -- perhaps adding the U.S. DEA and a malpractice insurance company to the list of victims.

As recently as July, 2003, good evidence was received that Dr. Nilda had provided misleading and frankly false information to the Office of the Secretary of the Baha'i National Center in Wilmette, IL. The author had requested assistance in contacting his missing children. The Baha'i National Center was very helpful in that regard. However, it was evident that Dr. Nilda had made false statements to them, confirming her consistent practice of deception.

What are the odds that Dr. Nilda would attempt to deceive the national headquarters of the Baha'i Faith, but be truthful with her patients, the NJ Board of Medical Examiners and possibly the U.S. DEA and a malpractice insurance company?

The author is victim parent of the kidnapped and still missing children. Please consult other articles on this web site for further background information.

Copyright © 2003 James J. Keene
Original Publication: April 15, 2003

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