It's been said that lies require more lies to support them, while the truth can stand alone. But because the perception of "truth" often depends on who is telling it, "logic" is a useful tool in deciding whether a story is reasonable. Discover a few holes in the "logic," and soon the whole fabric of credibility starts to shred.
The Notice of Adverse Recommendation is a good place to start, as it contains the basis for the hospital's decision to not reinstate Dr. Dinsmore, including:
The "logical" answer to these questions is "No - it is not believable," and it requires no medical education to reach that conclusion. Which leads to the next question: If this one document contains so many unbelievable things, what does this say about the rest of the things being said against Dr. Dinsmore?