NOT FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION This opinion shall not "constitute precedent or be binding upon any court." Although it is posted on the internet, this opinion is binding only on the parties in the case and its use in other cases is limited. R. 1:36-3. SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY APPELLATE DIVISION DOCKET NO. A-0751-20 IN THE MATTER OF THE SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF THE LICENSE OF MARIE KHATELINE FLEURANTIN, RN, RN #26NR06722700, TO PRACTICE NURSING IN THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY. _____________________________ Submitted March 16, 2022 – Decided July 28, 2022 Before Judges Accurso, Rose and Enright. On appeal from the New Jersey Board of Nursing, Division of Consumer Affairs, Department of Law and Public Safety. Marie Khateline Fleurantin, appellant pro se. Matthew J. Platkin, Acting Attorney General, attorney for respondent New Jersey Board of Nursing (Sookie Bae-Park, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel; Cristina E. Ramundo, Deputy Attorney General, on the brief). PER CURIAM Marie Khateline Fleurantin appeals on her own behalf from a final order of the New Jersey Board of Nursing revoking her nursing license because "she is incapable, for medical or other good cause, of discharging the functions of a nurse in a manner consistent with the public's health, safety and welfare" and imposing $31,000 in attorney's fees and costs of the proceeding. We affirm, essentially for the reasons expressed in the Board's thorough and thoughtful September 21, 2020 decision. Fleurantin was licensed as a registered nurse in New Jersey in 1987. She last worked as a nurse in 2013. She came to the attention of the Board in 2018 following its and the Attorney General's receipt of nearly two dozen letters from Fleurantin about the way her name was written on her license, claiming "[v]ariations of [her] name [were] being entered . . . to frame [her] for identity theft" in order "to absolve those who have committed crimes against [her]." Fleurantin alleged she and her family had been stalked and harassed by government officials, gang members, and former employers. Some of the letters detailed how she had been subject to individuals drilling into her teeth to insert doses of mercury and that "[d]evices and chemicals" were being used against her and members of her family "to disfigure us and to alter neurotransmitters in our body so that they can label us crazy." A-0751-20 2 At an informal investigative inquiry conducted by a committee of the Board in July 2018 to inquire about the correspondence, Fleurantin was ask ed why she believed someone would do those things to her. Getting emotional, Fleurantin said it was "[b]ecause it is alleged that I am not an RN." She told the committee she wasn't there to save her license, "I'm trying to save my life here. I'm trying to save the life of my children." Fleurantin explained "[s]omebody alleged that I am not a registered nurse and I'm trying to prove that I am to . . . move this cloud over my …

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