Ok , the situation is this: After the surgery the main surgeon refused to disclose identity of one member of surgical team who he brought under very suspecious circumstances. It is definately proved that another person was present and involved in surgery. Inspite of all this the main sirgeon refuses to disclose identity of that other physician. Can he get away with that? He did not leave any record about that other physician but it was proved in other way that another person was present and involved in surgery. It is believed that the other physician was not licenced to practice medicine. The medical board is investigating the case but there is significant delay. What do you think about this. The rule/law says if some doctor enables someone who is not licenced to be involved in surgery then that doctor's licence would be revoked. But, what would be the case if the main surgeon refuses to disclose identity of that other person that he enabled to participate in surgery???