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Bleeding leads to the prison, due to the use of insulin, it is not recommended for a diabetic boy



Bleeding leads to the prison, due to the use of insulin, it is not recommended for a diabetic boyiStock / firebrandphotography

A bribe has been sentenced to prison after he killed a 13-year-old boy with a type of diabetes, suggesting instead of insulin resistance instead of herbal treatment, Los Feud's Los Angeles prosecutor Mike Feuer announced on Monday.

In August 2014, Timothy Morrow visited a boy, then ordered him to be seriously ill with complications from diabetes and his parents ordered an insulin pediatrician. Instead, Morrow recommended selling herbal products.

The boy died after two days of cardiac arrest, a medical examiner might have said he could avoid the proper medical treatment, according to Feuer's office.

"In this case, he highlights a healthy and serious medical advice from a doctor who receives a license and a good training," said Feuer on Monday.

Morrow was sentenced to 120 days in a county jail and was not guilty of practicing medicine without a license. He did not even discuss other issues that cause child abuse. Both are guilty, according to Frank Mateljan, according to the city's lawyer's spokesman.

In addition, Morrow will be 48-month probationary informal, paying $ 5,000, warning marking herbal products, paying the cost of a child funeral and completing the annual counseling program for children's lawyers. Morrow warned that if he were involved in a death in the future, he could face murder charges.

Morrow will also have to take his medicines to a herbal champion in her medical treatment. For example, in YouTube videos, "insulin is a very poison system" and watermelon, zucchini and beans are "natural insulins".

CNN, a member of the KABC, said that Maria Madrigal, the boy from Madrid, demonstrated this month that Morrow was a medical consultant and attended his classes.

"He did not tell me, no, not to hear, that everything was right," Madrigal said. "I made sure that his life was not in danger."

It does not charge, according to Matelian.


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