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Zio Pain-Pill-Doctor gets a fellow holocaust survivor as Judge
« on: January 06, 2013, 07:17:03 AM »
A Jewish doctor who wrote scripts






He sold this kid a script without meeting him









The doctor's judge was a fellow holocaust survivor










Dead kid's mother called the trial and sentencing a disgrace






Former Lake Worth pain clinic doctor sentenced
Lloyd E. Reich to serve five years probation including 90 days in jail

 
 
4:29 p.m. EST, January 4, 2013

A former Lake Worth pain clinic doctor was sentenced Friday to five years of probation — including 90 days in Palm Beach County Jail to start Monday — for writing a prescription for a patient he never treated.

Lloyd E. Reich, 64, pleaded guilty Sept. 27 to one count of unlawful prescription of a controlled substance, a third-degree felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison. He was arrested in July 2011 in connection with his work at the now-defunct Palm Beach Comprehensive Medical Center in Lake Worth.

But Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Stephen Rapp said even the 18-month prison term recommended by state prosecutors was too much because of Reich's poor medical condition. The judge heard testimony that Reich suffers from Parkinson's disease and Asperger syndrome, and takes 17 different medications.


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Rapp also forbid Reich from seeking another medical license — he surrendered it in 2011 to avoid sanctions from the Florida Board of Medicine. And Reich must write a letter of apology to Kathleen Kiefer, whose 23-year-old son, Thomas J. Kiefer, Jr., died in March 2010 from an overdose after getting oxycodone pills from the clinic for a bad back.

"Big whoop," Kathleen Kiefer said after watching Reich's sentencing. "He's gotten away with virtually nothing."

  his hands trembling as he spoke to the judge, said he was sorry Kiefer died, and "I didn't even realize" that he had filled out prescriptions for patients he didn't treat at the clinic, 2887 Lake Worth Road.

Assistant State Attorney Phil Wiseberg said Reich was smart enough to know better and "at the end of the day he still needs to be punished for his actions."

Defense attorney Michelle Suskauer argued Reich would die in prison. She said her disgraced client was manipulated by the pill mill's former owner, Gloria Beshara, and her pharmacist husband, Louis Beshara.

Reich was targeted by the medical board after state inspectors found at least 10 suspicious prescriptions for narcotics he signed but were issued while he was on vacation, according to a complaint.

mjfreeman@tribune.com or 561-243-6642

Copyright © 2013, South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2013, 05:15:24 AM »
how did he die from oxycontin? was he grinding it up and injecting it
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« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2013, 08:01:07 AM »
how did he die from oxycontin? was he grinding it up and injecting it

Probably snorted it.

We can file this article in the "non-news" file - plenty of jew doctors infesting south Florida that still run the doctor-shopping pain med enterprise. This kind of garbage happens every day, especially there.
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