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Doctor Charged With Murder Of 5 Patients


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An Oklahoma physician has actually been accuseded of the murder of five of her individuals. Cenk Uygur and also Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell you why. Inform us exactly what you think in the remark area below.

" On Nov. 21, 2012, Sheila Bartels went out of the Sunlight Medical Center in Oklahoma with a prescription for a "horrifyingly too much" mixed drink of medications capable of killing her a number of times over.

A short time later, she was at a drug store, getting just what druggie call "the divine trinity" of prescription medicines: the effective medicine Hydrocodone, the anti-anxiety medicine Xanax and also a muscle mass relaxant known as Soma.

In total, pharmacologists handed her 510 pills that day – all legal, since she had a prescription with the trademark of her physician, Regan Ganoung Nichols, scrawled near the bottom, according to a likely cause sworn statement.

Bartels' drab body was found later on that day, court files state. A clinical supervisor concluded that she passed away of numerous drug toxicity, one more sufferer of the America's opioid epidemic."

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  1. Posted by vickie g, at Reply

    What’s up

    • Posted by Naruto Uzumaki, at Reply

      Not much you ?

  2. Posted by mostliberal, at Reply


    • Posted by DOC XDA, at Reply

      irrational? please….first lets know the history of the patients, diagnosis and then judge.

    • Posted by PlumbDrumb, at Reply

      The history of the patents – they were alive, now they are dead.

    • Posted by Aaron Burr At the woods, at Reply

      How about don’t use opioids! I had a nasty accident in august and I had one script for 15 pills after surgery and I refused the other scripts because I would rather live with the pain than take that stuff. I know three ppl that ODed from oxys in the mid 2000s.

    • Posted by Anthony Tecchio, at Reply

      R.I.P Fidget Spinners?


    • Posted by mostliberal, at Reply

      Aaron Burr At the woods I WOULD RATHER OD

  3. Posted by dragon8me2, at Reply

    That’s not too much if you take them as prescribed. Many people don’t.

    • Posted by darkmantlestudios, at Reply


      if that’s the case, toxicology reports should clear the doctor. I’m guessing that’s not the case here.

    • Posted by Matt W, at Reply

      With painkillers, anti-anxiety medication, muscle relaxants, and who knows what else, the drug interactions alone could be quite dangerous.

    • Posted by Xioweeoh2007, at Reply

      I have seen prescriptions from “pain specialists” that would kill me if I took them as prescribed. #330 oxycodone for one month supply, for a regular maintenance med for someone with some random “chronic pain condition”. No cancer, no surgery, just regular, everyday goodies. (I work in a pharmacy).
      Doctors don’t get prosecuted, the pharmacist does, or at least that’s the way it used to be.

    • Posted by Nancy Mesek, at Reply

      My Mom was prescribed a huge amount of ocycodine after a surgery. She was very weary about using them, even at 86.

    • Posted by DootDoot, at Reply

      LOL do you know how much money that is on the street? THOUSANDS of dollars…… *50,000 people died last year from Opiate overdoses* 13,286 people died by firearms in the same year… A lot by suicide and accident. And people think Firearms are one of the largest problems…. Opiate prescriptions are fueling the heroin epidemic as Heroin is 10-20x cheaper then any prescription drug…..

      This is before we even address how medical prescriptions have changed in the last 20 years… And WHY doctors are over prescribing as far as every other modern nation is concerned. The USA medical profession recently changed their pain killing parameters to 100%. Meaning if they prescribe medication for pain? It has to kill 100% of the pain otherwise don’t prescribe it. The only actual way you can do this is through opiates… It is systemic.

  4. Posted by The Secularist, at Reply

    American Horror Story: Overdose

    • Posted by Shining Star, at Reply

      It’ll be the final season of AHS because everyone ODs in the series finale.

  5. Posted by Gilgamesh, at Reply

    What do you expect from medicine in the third world?

    • Posted by TheGM, at Reply

      what does remaining neutral between the cold war powers have to do with this?

  6. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    People are finally waking up to these pill mills. They are selling dangerous drugs like they are candy.

    • Posted by Anthony Tecchio, at Reply

      NO U!

    • Posted by fairlind, at Reply

      Kevin Montrond it’s strange though. I have to convince my doctors that it’s ok to prescribe me a few clonazapam a year for that occasional bad night when I can’t sleep, and here people are getting over 500 pills? Where are these doctors who overprescribe? Why is it that those of us who are conservative with pills never find them? Are they all in poor neighborhoods, where they know people are desperate to escape reality?

  7. Posted by Queen Queen, at Reply

    Always chat with the pharmacist when given a new drug. Ask about the dosage and the possibility of problems taking it with any other meds you may be on. Drs do not know drugs like the pharmacist. Never blindly trust anyone, especially with YOUR life.

    • Posted by Raiku Anime II, at Reply

      Especially not Liberal Progressives.

    • Posted by tom johnston, at Reply

      Queen Queen any dr knows an opioid, muscle relaxer, and benzo is a dangerous combination. These aren’t obscure drug interactions.

    • Posted by Of Woodbridge and Hedgely, at Reply

      The people ODing on these drugs are abusing them and selling them. They know exactly what they’re getting into; they’re not little angels that just happened to see the ‘wrong’ doctor. Indeed they probably sought that doctor out specifically because they have a reputation for high prescribing.

    • Posted by DootDoot, at Reply

      Doctors generally don’t know drugs at all… They get less then a 3 month periodic refresher on pharmacology in schooling that is it…. Most Doctors prescribe drugs based on what Pharmaceutical reps have sold them on. Meaning a representative for that pharmaceutical company that produces a specific drug, goes doctor office to doctor office selling the drug and the information around it to the Doctors along with a kickback to them for selling their drug through prescriptions. Most cases the Pharmaceutical representative has little to no medical expertise that then are advising doctors on how and when to prescribe their products to patients.

      Ultimately they just got the low level administrator knowing full well she was getting payoffs from pharmaceutical companies to prescribe that much product… SHe probably had a bunch of Debts and needed the money.

  8. Posted by vick3d, at Reply

    AGAIN with the thumbnail of a White person. No thumbnail pic of the beaner cop who killed that Latin negro.

  9. Posted by Jessicia VVV, at Reply

    So when male drug dealers kill their “costumers” that’s okay? They get like 2 months in jail for “possession with intent to distribute”. But when a female DOCTOR does the same, she is charged with MURDER? Equal gender rights? Give us a break. Patriarchy is alive and well. UGH smh

    • Posted by Mnd0vrMnky, at Reply

      Rolls eyes* shakes head* sighs*

    • Posted by Angel Gd, at Reply

      Patriarchy, rofllmao, give us a break.

    • Posted by Lady Catfish, at Reply

      I agree. The Patriarchy is at fault here. Once again, the rapist white males strike again!

  10. Posted by l_AM_ONLlNE, at Reply

    It’s a white person, so be sure to put a close up of the face in the thumbnail.

    • Posted by Tanner Van Dera, at Reply

      youre sad

    • Posted by greenjelly01, at Reply

      If the best thing you have to complain about is the showing the face of a white murderer, then you must have a pretty boring life.

    • Posted by Eva Rene, at Reply

      l_AM_ONLlNE listen race is not important in this particular matter; please let’s not change the subject

    • Posted by Eva Rene, at Reply

      Stephen Brewer please stop using stereotypical references towards young Black Male Offenders; (“black thugs”.) It would’ve been just as easy for you to just speak in general terms.

    • Posted by artestra, at Reply

      l_AM_ONLlNE sad! baby!

  11. Posted by Naruto Uzumaki, at Reply

    510 pills a day ?? wtf like she used them all ?

    • Posted by Andrea Kae, at Reply

      Naruto Uzumaki have you ever filled a prescription? You don’t get 1 day of medicine.

    • Posted by Naruto Uzumaki, at Reply

      I have. but never that many pills, i really don’t like using any medication this is why.

    • Posted by Jaren C, at Reply

      Andrea Kae If I have a pain in my side and I ask you for some crack don’t give me crack.

  12. Posted by arithsem, at Reply

    she was given 510 drugs a day and was told not to overdo it? really thats like giving a heroin addict 30 ounces of heroin and tell them to not use all of it in one day

    • Posted by Tara, at Reply

      By your logic we shouldn’t get 30 or 90 day supplies of meds because someone might take them all at once (an overdose; even basic tylenol will land you in the hospital if you take the entire bottle at once). If this is a case of not following directions it’s not the doctor’s fault – they cannot control if someone who’s in pain is going to decide to off themselves using their pain meds. If it’s a case of drug interactions causing the deaths then it’s the doctor’s fault.

    • Posted by arithsem, at Reply

      Tara Tara it’s very much a case of negligence on the doctor side by giving her a dangerous amount in such a short time span. Let’s not forget the combination of drugs that were given. Such combinations that has its own dangerous side effects when it interacts with other opioids. She was given the holy trinity of opioids that doctor know are dangerous. the dangers outweigh what the meds set suppose to do from the start. It’s basically like given a person who suffers from mental health issues a loaded gun to help solve his anxiety with home invaders

    • Posted by Fukai Kokoro, at Reply

      But not everyone is an addict. So your logic is stupid.

    • Posted by arithsem, at Reply

      Fukai Kokoro i never said everyone’s an addict

    • Posted by arithsem, at Reply

      Fukai Kokoro if you’re being given 510 drugs a day that is equivalent to peddling to a drug addict . Tell me why did the doctor have to give out that much? That’s irresponsible for the doctor to not know the high risk involved and he/she is the one at fault here

  13. Posted by l_AM_ONLlNE, at Reply

    If you take your first red pill, you may become addicted to truth.

    • Posted by Jay Bernardo, at Reply

      addicted to alternative facts*

  14. Posted by Angie R, at Reply

    All professions need to have this standard. If doctors can go to jail for negligence then so can police officers.

    • Posted by Aviendha, at Reply

      Adam Chester do they risk their lives idiot? Often they do not, being a cop in America really isn’t that dangerous. I’m not even sure it’s in the top ten most dangerous jobs any more. Also cops are meant to protect and serve their communities. It seems like a lot of American officers think that mantra is about protecting and serving them selves, and those people they relate to/like. It’s okay to question authority sometimes. But sure, just blindly love the cops, because that’s healthy…..

    • Posted by Tr4newreck, at Reply

      in fact being a garbage collector is more dangerous than being a cop, or a logger, a fisherman, steel workers, electrical workers a slew of jobs are more dangerous than being a cop in north america.
      they just have old-school bullshit notions like (brotherhood) at a time where there couldnt be less danger to their profession, the cops act like they’re going to war, with a war mentality(us vs them), and NONE of the training required for a high pressure situation.

    • Posted by RiotforPeacePlz, at Reply

      Angie R never going to happen lol

    • Posted by WhiteHorseMittRomney, at Reply

      Police officers have different standards applied to them, unfortunately.

  15. Posted by Adasha Stewart, at Reply

    Trump’s about to kill over 22 million people lock him up too

    • Posted by Jason Renfro, at Reply

      Adasha Stewart lol I bet you all against “hate speech” you are all pathetic.

    • Posted by DootDoot, at Reply

      You understand the Presidency is the Executive Branch? You Mean the House has written two horrible peaces of legislation? Yes. Chances of Trump signing those into law while being stuck with a vicious “Mean” healthcare plan that will be named “Trump-care?” Next to none.

      Trump is a gift to progressives.. He highlights stuff that would have normally been pushed by a character like Mike Pense anyway…. Trump isn’t new.. He is just a symptom of what the Neo-Liberals have done.. We are lucky we got an incompetent…. If we got another Obama who spoke awesome while putting City Banks Cabinet picks nearly 95% into his cabinet only the republican version? Then we might really have a problem.

    • Posted by Adasha Stewart, at Reply

      DootDoot You lost me at “trump is a gift”

    • Posted by Pyroman /, at Reply

      trump will sign it just so he can say he’s doing something he dont care about the ppl tat voted him in he wants the 2% tax cut for him and his billionaires buddys

  16. Posted by Andrea Kae, at Reply

    Did she prescribe 100 pills a day? That was probably a 3 month supply and the patient did not take them as prescribed. I think the doctor was irresponsible but the patient has an obligation to be responsible as well.

    • Posted by munky342, at Reply

      Andrea Kae

      I would usually agree with you, but 5 times with the same doctor? That’s more than a coincidence.

    • Posted by Ian Coleman, at Reply

      o look victim blaming… how original.

    • Posted by Omegapede Prime, at Reply

      Not necessarily Munky, we don’t know how many patients she has treated or the area she served in. It could be random chance. Someone has to win this lottery. Anyway, the government needs to stop treating everyone like children and over policing. Anyone can easily check the safe dosage and drug interactions, the instructions are usually written right on the bottle. These are not children. The doctor is not responsible if they don’t follow the instructions. This is a witch hunt.

    • Posted by DootDoot, at Reply

      The Doctor gets paid bonuses by pharmaceutical representatives for selling more prescriptions. We should be going after the Pharmaceutical company.. But instead that blame is going to be pushed onto people taking the pay out. Do you know how much money those 500 Pills are worth on the black market? THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS of dollars. I don’t think you guys grasp the implications of the opiate epidemic in our country. 50,000 people died from Opiate overdoses in the USA last year… We are getting to Diabetes levels of death in the USA.

  17. Posted by waaapaa, at Reply

    this is ridiculous, those people took those pills nobody else is responsible for those deaths. Nor should this keep me from being prescribed medicine. I love TYT but yall some dense ppl on opioids/opiates

    • Posted by wekmlwk, at Reply

      this happens more then reported

    • Posted by DootDoot, at Reply

      50,000 Opiate overdose deaths last year and growing rapidly…. It is almost on the level of Diabetes in killing people. At some point Doctors and Pharmacists should be acting only in the interest of their patient… Not in the Pharmaceutical representative bonus pay they get by prescribing more pills.

  18. Posted by Jae Cordes, at Reply

    after my last surgery I was in excruciating pain for two weeks, but the doctor told me to take Tylenol because she was afraid to prescribe me anything stronger. Surely there is a middle ground for people who genuinely need to manage pain.

    • Posted by Lady Catfish, at Reply

      Should have thought about that before we encouraged all these medical malpractice lawsuits.

  19. Posted by christina milk, at Reply

    perhaps these patients wanted help dying?