#1 June 19th– Dr Bradstreet, formerly of Florida, now practicing in Georgia was found with a gunshot wound to his chest in a river. The small town locals ruled the death almost immediately as a suicide but many have their doubts. This same day in Mexico June 19th 3 doctors were traveling to the State Capital in Mexico to deliver some papers. This is the only case outside the US. They were reported missing that day. Authorities said they found the bodies, but the family says those bodies look nothing like their family members and are demanding more tests and proof . A sad but riveting article was written about those details here.
#2 June 21st– Father’s Day: We have two chiropractors (both reported to be fathers) in Florida, both on the East Coast both presumably healthy and both described as very fit . We still have no cause of death in the articles we can find on either one. A few people have contacted me about Dr. Hedendal, 67, but admit that they were surprised by his death and still find it shocking. I’ve been given a few causes of death but am not certain and even the friends telling me weren’t confident this was the case. Interestingly Dr. Holt (33) lived in North Carolina which is the state Dr. Bradstreet’s body (the first doctor to be found) was found 2 days prior. Dr. Holt was visiting Jacksonville,Florida though when he died. Dr. Bradstreet (see story #1) now lived in Georgia and before that neighboring state Florida.
#3 June 26th, Dr. Patrick Fitzpatrick MD goes missing. He was traveling from North Dakota to neighboring Montana (which he did often as his son lived in Montana) and his truck and trailer were found on the side of the road. Searches have expanded, but authorities say it’s like he vanished without a trace. He’s 6′ tall, described as Irish with a goatee and details can be found on the links.
#4 June 29th– The beloved holistic Theresa Sievers MD was found murdered in her home. Her co worker says she was known as the “Mother Teresa of South Florida. Her husband and children were in Connecticut at a family reunion. The authorities have been investigating for two weeks “around the clock” and now say that it was targeted, not random, not a home invasion ,and when the facts come out “books and movies will be written about it” it’s that huge of a story. On this very same day, June 29th, Jeffrey Whiteside MD a pulmonologist went missing , vanishing when he simply “walked away” . Dr Whiteside, known for his successful treatment of lung cancer, disappeared in Door County Wisconsin while vacationing with family. They say he was on foot and had no vehicle and numerous reports call it “mysterious” saying he too vanished without a trace. They’ve been searching now 2 weeks and even colleagues have joined in (along with many bloodhounds, drones search parties and helicopters) but not a shred of evidence in 2 weeks.
#5 July 1oth– Lisa Riley DO (Doctor of Osteopathic medicine) is found in her home with a gunshot wound to her head. Her husband called it in to 911 and has a prior record, and actually was charged with attempted murder on his ex Ms. King, before charges were eventually dropped. Evidence showed that there was gun residue was found on Ms. King’s hand and not Mr Riley’s and his story collaborated but hers allegedly didn’t and kept changing. At least that’s what evidence showed at the time. (click link in this paragraph for their story with details on all of this)
James Jeffrey Bradstreet’s life was full of controversy. To thousands of supporters, he was a savior: a physician who claimed vaccines caused autism and promoted radical procedures to treat those afflicted, including his own son.
To many others, however, he was a crackpot: a man who, despite his medical license, ignored science and championed dangerous, discredited and occasionally deadly treatments.
It’s no surprise, therefore, that Bradstreet’s death is proving equally divisive.
On the afternoon of June 19, a fisherman spotted Bradstreet’s lifeless body lying in the Broad River in the tiny town of Chimney Rock, N.C. He had a gunshot wound to his chest, authorities said. A gun was found in the water nearby.
That’s about all that everyone can agree on.
His interest in autism was as much personal as professional. He made no secret about the fact that family had been touched by the disorder. “Both [my] son and stepson have autism spectrum disorders and have experienced significant recovery as a result of intensive biomedical interventions,” he claimed.
It has been a week since Dr. Teresa Sievers was found murdered in her Bonita Springs home and as she was laid to rest Monday there have been no arrests.
Detectives were back at the home Monday investigating and according to neighbors, investigators told them the murder weapon was a hammer.
As authorities continue to investigate we learned Sievers isn’t the only Florida doctor with ties to holistic medicine found dead in recent weeks.
This is a local tragedy unfolding in Bonita Springs that is getting national attention.
Some people are connecting Sievers’ death online to the deaths of two other doctors with ties to Florida.
Some conspiracy theorists online argue that each of the three doctors and their deaths involve stories that are not done being told despite what official accounts may say.
Doctors Jeff Bradstreet and Bruce Hedendal both died within weeks of each other back in June.
Bradstreet was found dead with a gunshot wound to the chest in North Carolina on June 26. Investigators have said he killed himself.
Reports show Hedendal was found dead in his car. Some say he died of natural causes.
There are also reports that Doctors Bradstreet and Hedendal had been contacted by federal authorities in the days leading up to their deaths.
Holistic cancer treatment pioneer Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez died earlier this morning, apparently from a heart attack, according to reports Natural News has received from close friends. Dr. Gonzalez is best known as a pioneering holistic cancer treatment doctor who helped many thousands of people overcome cancer through the use of complementary and holistic treatment protocols.
“It is with great sadness that the office of Nicholas J. Gonzalez, M.D. relays news of his untimely death on Tuesday, July 21, 2015. The cause of death was cardiac related, it appears, as he suddenly collapsed and was unable to be revived. Dr. Gonzalez was in excellent health otherwise so his passing is quite unexpected,” reports the Dr. Gonzalez website.
Dr. Gonzalez’s influence across the alternative medicine world can’t be overstated. He was loved and cherished by millions, and he was prominently featured in countless books, documentary summits, interviews and articles. He collaborated extensively with Suzanne Somers, author of the widely acclaimed, lifesaving book, “Knockout: Interviews with Doctors Who Are Curing Cancer — And How to Prevent Getting It in the First Place.” (The book is a lifesaver for those considering conventional cancer treatments.)
Baron Gabel Holt
Baron Gabel Holt, born August 29, 1981 passed away on June 21, 2015 in Jacksonville, FL. If one word could describe Baron, it would be faithful..to his God, his parents, staff, friends and family. He had recently returned from a Christian retreat in Guatemala and his staff commented that he was even more connected to his faith than ever before.
He graduated from WSCC, Carson Newman College with a degree in Biology Pre Med, and Palmer Chiropractic School and owned his own practice in Raleigh, NC; Revolution Chiropractic, and had just celebrated his 5th Anniversary. He was a member of Maximixed Living and credited his helping of others from the teachings of Drs. Ben Lerner, Greg Loman, and Zane Sterling.
Baron devoted his life to helping people unlock their true healing potential through chiropractic and lifestyle change. He was a sought after speaker and had the privilege to work with Olympic athletes as well as UFC Fighters.
His unexpected death last month while on a trip to Jacksonville, Fla. has been a blow to his family and the community he’d created through his work. Though he had been struggling with recent health issues, none were thought to be life threatening by loved ones. His family is awaiting the results from an autopsy report.
His mother, Janis Dixon, said Holt had gone to Florida in order to seek correction for his own spine. “He knew he had to take care of himself to take care of others,” she said.
…Holt took a holistic approach to treatment; he and his staff taught classes on nutrition, exercise, even aromatherapy.
“He was really giving people an opportunity to change their lives on many different levels,” Carter Moore said.
Dr. Lisa Riley D.O. is a female health care provider in Albany, GA with Emergency Medicine listed as their primary specialization. Their credentials are: D.O.. They graduated from New York Medical College in 2007. They are affiliated with the following group(s): Palmyra Emergency Group Llc, Dougherty Emergency Group, Llc. Their hospital affiliations are: Phoebe Putney Memorial Hosptial, Inc. Ratings, contact information, services provided, provider comparisons, and additional specializations can be viewed below.
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A Georgia boxer who goes by the nickname “Terrible Thomas the Punisher” was charged with murdering his wife Monday, officials said.
Police say they had incarcerated Yathomas Riley, 32, since he reported his wife, Dr. Lisa Riley, 34, dead on July 10 because the firearms they found in his Leesburg home that day violated an earlier bond he had received.
That bond was given to him after he held a gun to her head last month, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
A judge in Lee County in southern Georgia denied Riley, who was acquitted in the shooting of an ex-girlfriend in Florida three years ago, bond on the new murder and assault charges on Tuesday, according to WALB-TV.
Medical examiners ruled that Dr. Riley, an emergency room doctor, died from a gunshot wound to her head, the Journal-Constitution reported. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the Lee County Sheriff’s Office concluded the boxer killed his wife after reviewing the circumstances of her death, according to GBI.
Leesburg, GA – The Americus Office of the GBI is announcing the issuance of arrest warrants for Yathomas Riley in the death of his wife, Dr. Lisa Riley. A Lee County magistrate judge issued warrants today charging Riley with Murder, Felony Murder and Aggravated Assault in the death of Dr. Riley. The charges stem from an investigation initiated by GBI agents and the Lee County Sheriff’s Office when her body was reported discovered by Yathomas Riley at their Northampton Road residence in Leesburg on July 10, 2015. Riley has remained in custody at the Lee County Jail since his arrest on July 10, 2015 for charges unrelated to his wife’s death. The extensive investigation into the matter is still ongoing.
The husband is being held at the jail of an unrelated charge. So far he, nor anyone else has been charged with murder. Interesting the husband was charged with attempted murder before, held 2 years with no trial and in the end it was determined he was allegedly FRAMED and did not commit the attempted murder. All charges were then dropped. He’d already sat in a jail cell 2 years without a trial, but then was back to being a star in the boxing ring. Again residue was found on his ex’s hand but not on his. With this second VERY similar case- we cannot make a call on his wife’s death until an investigation is complete. It’s very tragic. His wife leaves behind their 9 month old baby.
Riley’s release last Friday after two years in jail without a trial marks the sudden end to one of Miami’s strangest crime stories. As late as last week, the State Attorney’s Office had intended to prosecute the professional boxer for attempting to kill his girlfriend in a jealous rage in June 2010.
But evidence unearthed by Miami New Times and published in a series of stories beginning in April showed that investigators had trusted an unreliable witness and ignored key facts. After our reporting prodded investigators to re-examine their case, they dismissed all the charges.
“You put all the pieces together,” Riley says of New Times. “You made all this possible.”
“At this time, the State is unable to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant, Yathomas Riley, shot the victim, Koketia King,” prosecutors determined in a close-out memo that credited New Times with bringing new evidence to light. “The victim had so polluted the case by lying to police, prosecutors, and the court for over two years that the State was forced to [drop the charges].”
The boxer’s real fight is only beginning, though. Despite spending two years in near-solitary confinement, Riley is already planning a return to the ring. He’s also considering a lawsuit to demand compensation for his wrongful incarceration.
JUPITER, Fla. –
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office investigating after a doctor was found dead in his Jupiter home Sunday.
PBSO spokeswoman Teri Barbera said deputies were called to the home of Dr. Ronald Schwartz, 64, in the 9700 block of Mockingbird Trail to perform a welfare check. When deputies arrived, they found Schwartz dead inside.
Barbera said Schwartz’s death is considered a homicide.
Yet another doctor was just found murdered inside his home here on the East Coast of Florida. This makes six doctors to be found dead in the last month just from this region of the country alone.
Now we’ve lost Dr. Schwartz MD, who was found murdered in his home, on Sunday, July 19th, 2015. This was four weeks to the day after the death of the first physician: (Dr. Bradstreet MD) who I broke the story on a month ago. His family is still seeking answers as to what happened to him and they’re some of the kindest people I know. The latest MD, Dr. Schwartz, in the picture above, lived just north of the fit, healthy, holistic Dr. Hedendal; who was the second doctor to be found dead this past Father’s Day, in Boca Raton. This was the same day that Dr. Holt died at the age of 33. Both were fathers; and again, both men died here in Florida on June 21st, 2015.