So what now? The tragedy certainly didn't end... It was merely the end of the beginning, we are known as Arabs for paralysis after small victories... possible outcomes of the investigation...
Scenario (1) Al-Qaeda is linked!
Who Sane is found guilty for damaging the country's medical tourism and officials in the ministry of interior affairs are keeping him under parole, fine required is 1,000,000 JOD's!! The hospital management files a lawsuit and asks for compensation to individuals including the poor receptionist. Hussein's father is also found guilty for parking the car for more than 4 days in suspicious manner. Some newspapers are running stories on possible terrorist links related to the old man and his suspicious third cousin's behaviour. Some students testify that the car hit another vehicle just before parking! HMMMMM
Scenario (2) Conspiracy Theory:
Medical Investigation clears the hospital staff and awards them with an esteemed award for protecting the patients privacy, it turns out that the father insisted on not informing his relatives of his whereabouts and there are at least 6 witnesses to testify to that fact including, Doctors, Nurses, an Administrator and one very upset receptionist. (all witnesses are Non biased of course).
Scenario (3) Realistic Scenario
Investigation takes 1-2 years, no one knows the findings of the investigation. No one even remembers what happened in the first place. Nothing is published and all is kept in a file in one of those drawers in the health care division.
Scenario (4) Racist Scenario
The investigation takes one month, the leading investigator is unkown, some rumors say he is from Balgaa province, some even relate him to D.F., but one man is found directly responsible, he is the one who was cleaning the room. It seems he no longer works in the hospital, he managed to flee to Mafraq. His official paper's indicate that he is out sourced, guess what yes "another Iraqi". It starts to make sense, his father is from Baghdad, his aunt's name (belreda3a) is Sajeda and his mother is from Kurdistan but that's not it... his hiring company is Syrian but the owner's name is suspicious, it turns out he is from a Palestinian origin (Yarmouk Refugee Camp) and you can't possibly have a racist scenario without someone from Irbid, so the coordinator who choose the company is a "shamalati" (from the north), ya man those guys are destroying the country. You can sleep now it all makes sense.
Scenario (5) Slightly Optimistic + Synical
The investigation takes 3 weeks, two men are found guilty, the receptionist and the man who was sleeping next to Who Sane's father. Yes, that man isn't that good after all, its true he did feed him his pills but he didn't call the family, it turns out that the man's motive was he wanted company in that cold room. So the receptionist is given a warning letter and a two day salary cut plus a two day customer service intensive course in Arabic, the old man is deprived from seeking further health care in any government hospital and dies shortly after that (he got that one coming).
Scenario (6) A Dream:
The investigation takes two weeks, all facts are gathered from everyone involved, family, patients, anyone who was on duty, day or night; nurses, doctors, administrators, officers on duty, senior management, receptionists.
Key elements of failure to report the incident or provide medical care are stated one by one, accountability for each and every action is assigned to a person by name and position. Each action is evaluated in terms of severity and proper punishment is therefore applied, some will be fired, some will be penalized, some will be barred from medical services for ethical and professional reasons.
The investigation and it's outcome is published in local media, a decent amount of money is paid to compensate the family for all the trouble and it comes out from the pockets of all of those involved from nurse to director by court order. The Hospital director resigns after the shameful publicity and is never to be given such a position.
Who sane is considered a patriot not a traitor, someone who defends the rights of Jordanians in need of health care and his father's story stands on the hospital's entrance with a huge mobile number to call in case anything similar ever happens. The mobile owner is the new hospital director.
A clear procedure is established that states exactly how to handle cases of entry to hospitals for un-identified patients saying who does what to avoid similar cases. The procedure is then given to all hospitals (private and governmental).
And we end up with a better Jordan a better health care system and Jordan still leads the middle east in medical care for the coming 100 YEARS.