As news of the cheating fiasco spread, the entire Medical Doctors Association, both internal and external members, came over to watch the scene because something like this hadn’t occurred in years.
Raising his hand, Emmanuel signaled for everyone to quiet down. “Your name is Jamie Larson, yes? Even though you carry the title of a miracle doctor, you cheated in the license-qualifying exam for alternative medicine. Looks like Western medicine is your expertise. I may be just a professor in Western medicine, but I should be sufficient as your examiner. Would you like to take the examination for Western medicine instead?”
Jamie frowned, he really wanted to ignore these people in front of him. They were being aggressive with him. Even if he could set aside that they insulted his medical skills, he couldn’t tolerate them insulting the Southern States.
“You’re Professor Kozak and Kevin Roberts, aren’t you? First of all, neither of you saw me cheating. Second of all, neither of you has any evidence, but you keep accusing me of cheating. What exactly is your motive for doing so? Actually, I don’t want to waste my breath on you, but you’ve gone overboard with your insults. Just tell me straight up what you want and stop beating around the bush.”
His words were not only meant for the two examiners, but also for the ones who didn‘t pass the examination today.
“Damn! He’s pretty arrogant for someone who stooped so low as to cheat in an exam.”
“If I were him, I couldn’t have waited to bury myself in a hole, but he still has the cheeks to talk back.”
“He‘s just losing his cool because he’s mad. Don’t bother. The angrier he becomes, the more it proves that he has a guilty conscience.”
While everyone was in a chatter, Kevin strode over to Morten. “You can be as arrogant as you want before I found a hold on you. Once we prove that you cheated, it won’t be as simple as a ban from taking the exam. We’ll inform the entire nation and you can forget about being a doctor.”
As they were standing close by to each other, Roland overheard everything Kevin said and frowned in disapproval, he didn’t think that the renowned Kevin would be acting this way.
Not to mention whether the cheating did happen or not, just the fact that he was forcing a confession and threatening Jamie was not the behavior expected of a professional.
Before it could be proven that Jamie was guilty, it meant that he was innocent, and the decision to ban Jamie from practicing as a doctor was something that not even he, the chief examiner, could say casually, but Kevin was so confident that Jamie was guilty.
When he wanted to put in a word, Emmanuel, who thought that his objective was only one step away from realization, beat him by a split second. “Jamie my boy, anger is a display of the weak, and I hope you keep calm. On the other hand, is there any specific way that you can prove that you’re a miracle doctor?”
Jamie’s eyes focused on Emmanuel as he said each word slowly, “With my silver needles and benevolent heart, my only focus is to cure illnesses even when I don’t have any specialty.”
A disdainful Chortle escaped Emmanuel’s mouth, and he sneered. “In other words, you don’t know anything? Listen to me, Mozart, because l’m an elder. Hang on to this chance we’re giving you and you’ll still have the chance to turn over a new leaf, but if you continue to be willfully ignorant, the consequences are not what you would be able to handle.”
On the other hand, Roland’s eyes lit up when he heard what Jamie declared.
‘That’s how a medical practitioner should lie, simply treating illnesses. But more and more people are after fame and interest that they forget about their original intention…’
“That’s enough. You’ve been chatting for so long but can’t even reach a conclusion. The Evergreen Hospital is right next door, and they happen to have a few complicated cases in hospitalization right now. Let Jamie take a look at them and we can find out right away whether he’s capable or not.”
His suggestion was widely accepted by everyone because they could easily tell Jamie’s skills or the lack thereof through real practice.
Only Kevin looked worried. “Mr. Moore, isn’t it a little reckless to let Jamie practice for real? If anything should happen, the Association could not answer for it.”
Waving his hand, Roland said impatiently, “We’re just asking him for his treatment plan, and we can easily tell whether or not his plan is fair.”
Toward Kevin, Roland had completely lost his patience because he was an unethical person who wasn’t worthy of the position.
Since the chief examiner was so determined, the others couldn’t argue with him and tagged along behind him instead.