COVID doctor accused of killing weak to save strong

Rome – Dr. Carlo Mosca’s online patient reviews describe a loving “humanist” who saved countless lives before the coronovirus epidemic Italy. Patients and their families praised the loving father, whose hospital in Brescia, northern Italy, was hit hardest during the first wave of epidemics last March.

Something clearly changed in Mosca when the epidemic spread. The 47-year-old was arrested this week on double homicide charges, accused of killing vulnerable COVID patients and filing their medical records to empty beds for other patients. Mosca has called the allegations baseless that it is claimed that the cause of death of the patients is the health care system.


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