Monday Crime Stories: SERIAL KILLER DOCTOR? Dr. William Husel prescribes lethal doses of fentanyl, killing over 25 patients

Dr. William Husel is facing 25 murder charges for allegedly using fentanyl to kill critically-ill patients. He adamantly claims innocence and files a civil lawsuit against his employers. Investigators, however, say that they’ve established escalation and intent after Williams continuously administers increased levels of the drug to patients.

Joining Nancy Grace to discuss:

  • Mark Tate: Savannah, Ga., Attorney, represents Chatham County, South Carolina; suing opioid manufacturers
  • Dr. William Morrone: Chief Medical Examiner of Bay County Michigan, Chief Medical Officer for Recovery Pathways, created NEW portable treatment center
  • Bruce Johnson: Owner of ISP Investigations & Master Sgt. Region One Crime Scene Commander, Chicago Metro Area (Ret)
  • Dr. Caryn Stark: NYC Psychologist
  • Haley Nelson: Investigative reporter at ABC 6 / FOX 28, Columbus, Ohio

‘Doctor of the Year’ accused of killing 25 patients SUES hospital for defamation

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[Feature Photo: William Husel/Police Handout]