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Wed Jun 5, 2019, 12:21 PM

Local Columbus Dr to be charged for 25 accounts of murder

Paige Southwick Pfleger (@PaigePfleger) Tweeted:
#BREAKING: after a six month investigation, fired doctor William Husel is now charged with 25 counts of murder for giving “excessive” doses of fentanyl to at least 34 of his patients. @wosunews


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Wed Jun 5, 2019, 01:05 PM

1. And more info

Source--https://www.10tv.com/article/former-mount-carmel-doctor-charged-25-counts-murder-patient-deaths-2019-jun

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SNIP-- Former Mount Carmel doctor charged with 25 counts of murder in patient deaths - WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports - Ticker, Mount Carmel lawsuits


Former Mount Carmel doctor charged with 25 counts of murder in patient deaths


BENNETT HAEBERLE


PUBLISHED: 06/05/19 08:31 AM EDTUPDATED: 14 MINUTES AGO
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WBNS) – A grand jury has indicted Dr. William Husel on charges stemming from the deaths of 25 patients in an overdose scandal that has rocked the Mount Carmel Health System and the families of nearly three dozen patients.

Both the Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office and the Columbus Division of Police have been investigating since early December – when the hospital fired Husel after concerns were raised about his patient care.

Snip--To date, 35 patients have been identified as having receives excessive doses of pain medication – 29 of the patients, the hospital says, received potentially lethal doses of pain medications.

Snip--In interviews with 10 Investigates, several family members acknowledged that their loved ones were in bad shape – and may have died anyway – but claim they were not consulted about the large doses of pain medications that were about to be administered to their loved ones. Many of them died after receiving doses of fentanyl while others were given fentanyl along with other drugs like dilaudid, versed and paralytics like vecuronium.



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Wed Jun 5, 2019, 01:23 PM

2. serial killer

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Wed Jun 5, 2019, 01:33 PM

3. Unbelievable.

Thanks irisblue.

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