The Quebec doctor accused of the first degree murder of a patient at the hospital in Hawkesbury, Ontario, will have to wait at least until April 20 to find out whether or not he will be able to regain his freedom while awaiting further proceedings judicial.
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Dr. Brian Nadler briefly appeared by teleconference Tuesday afternoon at the courthouse in L’Orignal, a neighboring municipality of Hawkesbury. The judge then granted the joint request of the Crown and defense attorneys to postpone the investigation into the release of the accused for two weeks, while new evidence was released and prosecutors in the accused were released. file can study the facts and discuss them further.
Recall that the 35-year-old doctor, resident of Dollard-des-Ormeaux, in the west of the island of Montreal, is accused of having killed Albert Poidinger, an 89-year-old man from Pointe-Claire, on March 25 at Hawkesbury and District General Hospital. According to what the “Ottawa Citizen” reported last week, the deaths of five other patients are in the crosshairs of police authorities. The Ontario Provincial Police investigators are said to be looking, among other things, at the drugs that Dr. Nadler allegedly used on these people.
Since the events, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario has suspended Brian Nadler’s license to practice. He was also doubly blamed in 2018 for unprofessional conduct by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan while practicing at St. Paul’s Hospital in Saskatoon.
According to “Le Journal de Montreal” reported at the end of last month, Brian Nadler, although he studied at McGill University, was never registered with the College of Physicians of Quebec.