Philip Seaton’s attorney says penis case is not over
Wednesday, January 2, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: January 2, 6:00 am)
By Lisa King
Landmark News Service
A Waddy man who lost a battle in the state Court of Appeals on Friday may not be giving up his fight to have his doctor held accountable for amputating his penis.
The attorney for Phillip Seaton said Wednesday that he may go to the Kentucky Supreme Court, if necessary, to seek relief against Dr. John Patterson of Frankfort, who twice has been vindicated for deciding to amputate Seaton’s penis during a circumcision in 2007.
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