"John Stratman, a Kaiser spokesman, disputed the board's allegations
and said on Tuesday a report was filed as required by law. He said he
did not know the date and that Kaiser would "vigorously defend"
Brunner."
--from
"Kaiser doctor accused of not reporting sex abuse"  
THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER
August 2, 2011

[Maura Larkins comment: Of course Kaiser will vigorously defend
Brunner.  They have to.  If they don't, he'll reveal the pressure that
was put on him to hide the truth from the public and public
agencies.]
Kaiser Permanente's records are highly
impermanent

It's hard to give a date when documentary evidence contradicts
your statements, or when you have no documentary evidence.
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