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"Hitzig is delusional in that he really feels he's doing a service," Debbie Knight says. "In reality, he took advantage of how slowly the wheels of justice turn, while the body count got higher and higher. No one knows how many suicides and other tragedies there have been related to Hitzig's so-called protocol."
In a Baltimore Sun story last December--shortly after Hitzig filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection--he claimed to be treating 1,000 patients around the world through cyberspace with a new protocol he dubbed "Phen4."
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