Over several months leaders at Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs investigated Dr. Gordon’s past and concluded in a complaint filed by the state last month that the doctor was not complying with the state’s Public Health Code. Specifically that he didn’t report to the Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs his criminal record as required.
- 1992 Aggravated Assault in 1992, for which he received a suspended jail sentence;
- A Domestic Violence case in 2012, which brought a four-day jail sentence;
- A Disorderly Person conviction in 2015, which resulted in a suspended jail sentence; and
- An OWI (Operating While Intoxicated) conviction in 2015, for which he also received probation.
“Thomas has beat (me) several times in the past 3 years, he has even put his 45 mm pistol to my head when I was sleeping.”
According to Kent County booking number 1600779, Gordon spent 4 days in jail after his arrest on January 13, 2016. Records indicate that Gordon was charged with “disorderly person/fighting jostling.”
A search on the Michigan Department of Corrections website reveals that Gordon was also arrested in 2011. In that incident, his offenses included domestic violence as well as “Weapons – Firearms – Possession Under the Influence.”
State regulators, in their complaint against Dr. Gordon, say that his prior convictions “constitute a misdemeanor conviction that is reasonably related to or that adversely affects the licensee’s ability to practice in a safe and competent manner.”
Gordon has until June 6 to respond to the complaint. If he fails to respond, the Board of Medicine’s disciplinary committee can impose sanctions which may include suspension of his license, a fine, or simply probation.
Thank you to pro-life investigator Lynn Mills for uncovering this story.