Tim Morrow, founder of Common Sense products.
The Los Angeles area's Bilkar was convicted in the case of child abuse on Tuesday after the jury identified him as responsible for the death of a 1
3-year-old boy with diabetes. [19659004TimotiMorouna84gotToransbepriznatzavinovenzaednootsluchaitenapraktikuvanenameditsinabezlitsenzToysashtoseobyavichenemozhedaseprotivopostavinaedinbroyzloupotrebisdetsakoytomozhedadovededogolemitelesninaranyavaniyailismartsekazvavizyavlenienaprokuraturatavLosAndzhelis Prosecutors said Morrow began to heal Edgar Lopez in 2014 because of his diabetes type 1. It prescribes herbs in place of insulin that Lopez prescribed by his pediatrician. the family home after the boy became extremely sick due to complications from his condition. Prosecutors say Morrow has instructed Lopez's parents not to give him insulin but instead to give them herbs.
The boy is in heart arrest and dies the next day. The medical expert's report said that the victim would survive if he received appropriate medical treatment.
During the trial, Morrow's lawyer, Samuel Perlis, claimed that Lopez's mother had an interest in seeing her healing herbal drug before meeting Morrow.
"No one was holding a pistol for Edgar's mother," Perlis said in her final argument, Daily Breeze of Torrance reported. "No one has stolen insulin from this house, so Edgar's mother does not want to use it."
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City Prosecutor Mike Fouer frees
"This case highlights the serious health and safety risks of consulting a doctor with someone who does not have a license and the proper training that goes with him," Feuer wrote
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Morrow is sentenced to 120 days in a district for Vor, $ 5,000  Lopez's mother became aware of Morrow when he attended his seminars herbal treatments.