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William Kerr, MD, Family Medicine, Wainscott, NY, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital


Family Medicine Wainscott, NY

Preventive Medicine


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  • After graduating from SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine in 1987, I traveled overland across China to the Tibetan side of Everest with John Ackerly, Esq., then witnessed the largest independence demonstrations in Lhasa since the Dalai Lama went into exile in 1958. After documenting 12 deaths when the Chinese police opened fire on unarmed Tibetans, and sneaking out to threat the wounded, I met the victims of torture and forced sterilization. Returning several times to Tibet do document China's prisons in Tibet, and coerced abortions and sterilizations at People's Hospitals in Lhasa and remote regions, formed the basis of Sky Burial: a nonfiction account of China's brutal crackdown in Tibet.

    In December 2011, after I testified at the Spanish National Court against the past president and prime minister of China for committing crimes against humanity in Tibet, Judge Ismael Moreno accepted 20 kilos of my written, audio and film documentation. Three years later, in February 2014, Judge Moreno issued arrest warrants to Interpol for Jiang Zemin and Li Peng for committing genocide in Tibet. Five months later, when China put enough pressure on Spain to reverse it's national court finding, I made a documentary film from the hidden camera footage in Tibet for the court of world opinion.

    Sky Burial and Eye of the Lammergeier are available on Media on Demand, along with The Angry Skies: A Cambodian Journey, a documentary film I made on how the Khmer Rouge used the hatred from U.S. bombing to raise an army large enough to defeat the U.S. backed Lon Nol government, then kill 2 million of their own people. The film did not show in the U.S., but had a good run on worldwide t.v. that pressured the Cambodian Government to work with the United Nations to try, and ultimately convict, Khmer Rouge leaders for committing genocide and crimes against humanity in Cambodia.Viva Human Rights and medicine.

    Blake Kerr

Education & Training

  • New York Medical College at St Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center of New York
    New York Medical College at St Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center of New YorkInternship, Transitional Year, 1989 - 1990
  • Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo
    Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at BuffaloClass of 1987

Certifications & Licensure

  • NY State Medical License
    NY State Medical License 1990 - 2025

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