He meticulously documented several of these acts and reported them to New York state and federal investigators. Dr. Hall’s reports and official documents were reviewed by US Senator Charles Schumer, New York Congressman Jerrold Nadler, and New York State Senator Thomas K. Duane along with Donna Shalala, US Secretary of Health and Human Services, and the Office of Civil Rights; shocked by these revelations, all were highly supportive of Dr. Hall and availed their resources. Mark Green, New York City Public Advocate supported Dr. Hall’s efforts along with the New York State Department of Health, with whom Dr. Hall filed charges against the hospital’s racist, grossly negligent and inhumane actions against black patients. In a landmark decision, Dr. Hall’s originally drafted complaint against the hospital and senior staff was affirmed by the New York State Department of Health – Public Health Council; the hospital and senior staff were found to have acted in a negligent and unethical way. Ironically, a Clinton appointed, black, federal judge, George Daniels, a present member of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, who without reason or merit, patently refused to allow Dr. Hall’s case to be heard. This matter was illuminated by Dr. Hall and personally addressed by the former United States Attorney General and Chief Judge Michael Mukasey. With his heart dedicated to improving the health care industry, in December 2004, The New York Times had acknowledged Dr. Hall’s plight.