Houston doctor accused of performing illegal abortions
Magistrate Judge Nancy Johnson today. Also charged is Charles Harris, 52, aka Celestine Nwajfor and Okechi Nwajfor, also of Houston. Harris (photo below) is currently a fugitive and a warrant remains outstanding for his arrest. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact the FBI at 713-693-5000. Fugitive Charles Harris The indictment alleges that from 2007 to 2010, Nwora and Harris falsely billed Medicare and Medicaid under vestibular diagnostic codes. They allegedly billed Medicare and Medicaid approximately $850,000 and were paid approximately $390,000. Vestibular problems are traditionally inner ear problems with the patients reporting chronic dizziness and balance problems.
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This may become another high-profile case with high-profile politicians and political groups already involved. The D.A.s office acknowledged the allegations are very similar on the surface to the case in Philadelphia. Also on Wednesday, Dr. Kermit Gosnell learned he will spend the rest of his life in prison. On Monday, jurors convicted him of killing three babies after he delivered them alive in a filthy Pennsylvania clinic.
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Houston doctor accused of poisoning another doctor
Reaching in front of him, he narrowly avoided plunging into a hole so deep it is unlikely he would have survived the fall. Houston then enlisted in the RAMC and was posted to India. During the six-week voyage he was constantly seasick, but managed to reach the final of the ships bridge competition, where he met his nemesis in the form of Douglas Jardine, who had captained the England cricket team during the Bodyline Ashes Test series of 1932-33. In India, Houston was appointed a medical specialist and promoted to major.
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Dr James Houston
The report also indicated that ethylene glycol has a sweet taste, which is consistent with what the victim said about the coffee Gonzalez-Angulo made for him. Both Gonzalez-Angulo and workers compensation Houston TX Blumenschein work at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. The hospital issued a statement saying that Gonzalez-Angulo is on paid administrative leave and declined to comment further on the situation.
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