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This week Tina is joined once again by Dr. Dan Weber, a registered nurse and the Head of Clinical Innovation for the travel nurse agency, Trusted Health. Together they discuss the case of a pathologist from Arkansas who wreaked havoc on the lives of many people including an Air Force veteran. They close the show with the rather dark but fascinating good doctor story of Helene Knabe. Dr. Knabe moved to Indianapolis Indiana from Germany in 1896 after learning that females were allowed to go to medical school in the United States. She made many impressive accomplishments in her short life as a doctor, until someone entered Dr. Knabe’s apartment at the Delaware Flats and brutally cut her throat from ear to ear.
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Credits
https://www.justice.gov/usao-wdar/pr/fayetteville-doctor-sentenced-20-years-federal-prison-mail-fraud-and-involuntary
https://www.military.com/daily-news/2021/06/02/va-hospital-allowed-alcoholic-pathologist-go-unchallenged-resulting-patient-deaths-watchdog.html
https://blog.history.in.gov/dr-helene-knabe-a-vanguard/
https://www.indystar.com/story/news/history/retroindy/2014/10/14/helene-knabe-murder-unsolved/17243979/

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