Top 10 The Notorious Doctors in History

Top 10 Notorious Doctors in History

A doctor's hand is one of them. However, few of those who were there were on the opposite end of the scale. The doctors, who were supposed to save lives,

subjected to horrific experiments and their patients to kill many of them. Here is a list of doctors notorious in the history of the Top 10.

Notorious doctors Top 10 History

10. Walter Freeman

Walter Freeman about the lobotomy became notorious for his physician who sink an American neurologist. Rather than a brutal intent, more than 20 lobotomies in a single day in Freeman technique, which is now old was driven by the passion to perfect. It often allowed to see their practice as well as the media, he said. He lobotomy on around 3,500 patients. Later, he was banned from a large number of deaths of patients following exercise.

9. Marcel Petiot

Petitot who is accused of killing at least 60 people in a French doctor and serial killer. He is reportedly launching a clinic after an internship at a mental hospital, which attracted legal abortion drugs and additive conflict soon. Although he was initially spared from any legal action, the foul odor and smoke when he was caught leaving his house. Police found body parts in the house fire. After the trial, Petitot 25 May 1946 had been beheaded.

8. Jayant Patel

As is known, Dr Death 'Jayant Patel is an Indian doctor who worked in the United States and Australia. He said that 2003 and is believed to be responsible for the deaths of as many as 87 during his practice in 2005, because of their incompetence and lack of knowledge. It was also a time of patients to other doctors, alleged to be conducting operations in vain. They allegedly forged documents. In 2010 he was found guilty of killing several patients, and sentenced to 7 years in prison.

7. Carl Clauberg

Carl klubrg was a German doctor who was among the many doctors who conducted experiments on the unfortunate prisoners of Nazi concentration camps. He said that, having worked towards Heinrich Himmler approved the sterilization experiments on women Aushwitz said. The acid injection into the uterus and for all, to try to find a sterilization cheap methods. Around 700 women of experiences, many lives were lost target. Klubrg Soviets later was caught and released. He was arrested again but he died before going to trial.

6. Shiro Ishii

Lieutenant General Shiro Ishii was a Japanese army's biological warfare unit during a Japanese microbiologist and the second Sino-Japanese War. His other experiences, including stroke and heart attack induced abortion are excited forced thousands of people died of their experiences. After the second world war, Ishii was arrested by US forces. However, he was given immunity in exchange medical knowledge.

5. Harold Shipman

Harold Shipman was a British doctor who is considered one of the most prolific serial killers in history. Since he began his medical practice in 1974, he is sent to more than two hundred people died. Second only to his criminal activities when doctors began to feel the high death rate in these patients, emerged in 1998. Shipman killed 15 people and death to write counterfeiting, tried in 2000, aged 15, was sentenced to life imprisonment. However, they hang himself in his prison cell in 2004.

4. John Bodkin Adams

John Bodkin Adams, who was responsible for the death of 160 patients allegedly responsible for a British doctor, especially older people, in 1946 and 1956. Funny thing about the case is that the huge money in their 132 between the die and the amount of the other assets in their own practice. Whether it was believed, were written by Adams himself. Although he was brought to court several times, he could no longer punished. Continued his practice until his death, he said.

3. H. H. Holmes

Dr. Henry Howard Holmes was one of the earliest recorded serial killers in US history. Born as Herman Mudgett, she graduated from Michigan Medical School. He said that his study of the bodies theft, accidents and insurance payments for their crop to claim the deaths. Later, he moved to Chicago and started a hotel. The hotel was virtually absent in the chamber often a prisoner violence. Holmes torture dungeon, people will specifically kill women. Then he used to strip the corpses and skeletal models. Holmes was eventually caught and executed in 1897.

2. Michael Swango

Michael Swango States, which are attributed to him, despite more than 60 deaths, a former doctor convicted of killing three patients. His fascination with blood and death reflected in his medical career. During his internship at Ohio State University, nurses have observed that these patients die mysteriously. Even when he was come out of any emerging findings of the investigation. He later moved to Illinois, and his colleagues used the poison. He had been caught and punished. After his release, he had fake documents and worked as a doctor in Zimbabwe, leading many patients to death. He would run away but was caught in 1997. He is serving a life sentence.

1. Josef Mengele

Dr. Rudolf Josef Mengele is probably the most notorious history. During World War II, the angel of death ", known as German doctor atrocities, except for the number two is difficult to fathom. The army has been recruited after graduation, he served in the Waffen-SS service. Their evil deeds, began covering, exposing as clinical trials, when he was appointed medical officer at Aushwitz concentration camp. Amputations, shock treatment, sterilization and serum injections were part of their practice. Many have low escape from their experiences. After the war he evaded arrest and fled to South America.

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