She had been shot twice. –

JAN. 26, 2018 – She had been shot twice. The door to the house had been left unlocked. In Linwood, an affluent suburb outside Atlantic City, some had to strain to remember the last time there had been a murder. Ms. Kauffman’s killing alarmed the community. She was well-known. She appeared regularly on a local radio station, and had owned businesses, including a cafe and a hair salon. She was an advocate for military veterans and involved in several charities. Her husband was a prominent doctor … It quickly grew into something more complicated than a straightforward murder case. Doctors across the country have been accused of turning their practices into “pill mills” distributing prescription narcotics. In some cases, doctors have been charged with murder for overprescribing opioids, like fentanyl and oxycodone, to people who fatally overdosed.
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