Master herbalist and iridologist charged in diabetic boy’s death – Consumer Health Digest

I’m posting this because of the notoriety of the man charged in this. Given the large number of alternative medicine followers here on the Olympic Peninsula I thought this would be of interest.

The Los Angeles City Attorney has charged Timothy Morrow, 83, with child abuse causing death and practicing medicine without a license. The City Attorney’s press release describes the circumstances this way:
During 2014, Morrow allegedly began to treat the 13-year-old victim for his diabetes by prescribing herbs in lieu of the insulin the victim’s pediatrician had prescribed. In August, 2014, Morrow allegedly came to the family’s Harbor Gateway home to treat the 13-year-old victim after he became sick and semi-comatose due to complications from his Type-1 diabetes. Shortly before the victim died, Morrow allegedly told the victim’s parents not to give him insulin but instead to administer the herbal oils that he was selling. The victim suffered a cardiac arrest and died the next day as a result of complications from his diabetes. The medical examiner determined the victim would have lived had he received proper medical treatment.
Morrow’s YouTube channel offers 40 videos and has 2,700 subscribers. His current “Message from Our Founder”on the Common Sense Herbal Products Web site describes him as a “Master Herbalist and Iridologist” to whom God began talking about herbs over 25 years ago. The site includes a page offering a “Social Network Marketing System” as a business opportunity along with a home business compensation plan structured like many other multilevel marketing companies. Morrow’s mission page claims: “Keep in mind: there are no side effects to herbs, no labels that read “Keep Out of Reach of Children.” These herbs, in fact, are gentle enough for children.”
According to Morrow’s attorney, Sanford Perliss, since Edgar’s death, “no one did anything to indicate that Morrow did anything wrong”—no efforts have been made to take away his business license and Edgar’s parents have not sued him. If convicted of the charges, which are misdemeanors, Morrow faces up to two years in jail and a $10,000 fine. He is scheduled for arraignment on March 27th. [Herbalist charged in death of boy with diabetes. CBS/AP, March 7, 2018]

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/timothy-morrow-herbalist-charged-death-diabetic-boy-los-angeles/

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