Dr. William Hurwitz, now of Charlotte, is the subject of a documentary “Dr. Feelgood: Dealer or Healer?” In 2004, after years of practicing medicine in Virginia, he was convicted of more than 50 counts of narcotics distribution and received a 25-year prison sentence. After an appeal and a second trial, he was found guilty of 16 lesser charges and released from prison after serving four years and eight months. Some of his patients still see him as a hero, while others dismiss him as a fool and a murderer.
Dr. William Hurwitz, now of Charlotte, is the subject of a documentary “Dr. Feelgood: Dealer or Healer?” In 2004, after years of practicing medicine in Virginia, he was convicted of more than 50 counts of narcotics distribution and received a 25-year prison sentence. After an appeal and a second trial, he was found guilty of 16 lesser charges and released from prison after serving four years and eight months. Some of his patients still see him as a hero, while others dismiss him as a fool and a murderer. Gravitas Ventures
Dr. William Hurwitz, now of Charlotte, is the subject of a documentary “Dr. Feelgood: Dealer or Healer?” In 2004, after years of practicing medicine in Virginia, he was convicted of more than 50 counts of narcotics distribution and received a 25-year prison sentence. After an appeal and a second trial, he was found guilty of 16 lesser charges and released from prison after serving four years and eight months. Some of his patients still see him as a hero, while others dismiss him as a fool and a murderer. Gravitas Ventures

‘Dr. Feelgood: Dealer or Healer?’ tells story of doctor who now lives in Charlotte

January 01, 2017 4:04 PM

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