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Bonita Man Who Posed As Doctor Sentenced, Fined
Kurt Donsbach Pleaded Guilty To Posing As Doctor, Providing Unapproved Supplements

POSTED: 8:49 am PDT April 15, 2011
UPDATED: 9:48 pm PDT April 15, 2011

San Diego News

Bonita Man Who Posed As Doctor Sentenced, Fined
Kurt Donsbach Pleaded Guilty To Posing As Doctor, Providing Unapproved

SAN DIEGO -- A Bonita man who posed as a doctor and offered patients
non-FDA-approved dietary supplements as alternative remedies for cancer,
arthritis and other ailments was sentenced Friday to a year in jail and
fined $60,000.

Kurt Walter Donsbach, 75, pleaded guilty last December to 13 felony
charges, including practicing medicine without a license and selling
misbranded drugs.

Judge Charles Rogers placed Donsbach on probation for 10 years and ordered
the defendant not to hold himself out as a doctor, chiropractor or health

Defense attorney Thomas Warwick told the judge Donsbach made some mistakes
but otherwise helped a lot of people who were given little time to live by
traditional doctors.

"This man made a difference in their lives," Warwick told the judge.
"There were mistakes made, and we pleaded guilty to those mistakes. This
man has done a lot of good."

Warwick said Donsbach had serious health problems -- including suffering a
stroke and having high blood pressure -- which would be hard to treat in
the county jail.

The attorney said Donsbach was resigned to the fact that he would "leave
this Earth without helping another person."

Rogers said the case was not about alternative medicine but about how
Donsbach broke the law.

The judge acknowledged that the defendant had thousands of followers and
had helped many people and their loved ones.

But Rogers said Donsbach betrayed the very alternative medicine system
that he promoted.

Even though he has no medical license in California, Donsbach hosted a
radio show on the Internet -- "" -- where he represented
himself as a chiropractor and naturopathic doctor, authorities said.

Donsbach offered "alternative, natural and nutritional" remedies for
conditions such as cancer and auto-immune disorders, according to

One woman injected herself with "neuropeptides" to treat arthritis after
Donsbach told her it would "re-program" her body's T-cells. The patient
paid thousands of dollars for the drugs and injected herself monthly for
six years, causing severe bone density loss, Deputy District Attorney Gina
Darvas said.

At Donsbach's sentencing on Friday, Ramona Hale told of her father's last
days and how he begged for treatment at Donsbach’s clinic in Mexico.

"My father stood up like a child, sobbing and he said, 'Please let me
stay. I have money. Please let me stay. I want the medicine, please,'"
said Hale.

Hale said her father gave Donsbach between $23,000 and $30,000 to treat
his cancer with non-traditional and dangerous drugs.

Months later, Hale's father was near death.

"He looked up at me and his eyes welled with tears and softly said,
'Ramona, I made a really big mistake,'" said Hale. "My father and our
family, like so many others, were…robbed of precious time."

Hale added, "I will not let the wickedness of what you represent to share
a space in my mind or my heart."

Gisela Sallee, a former colleague, labeled Donsbach as a fraud who used
calculated charm and premeditated actions to feed his insatiable greed.

"I hope to give perspective of what it was like to be an innocent,
vulnerable and trusting co-worker, patient and friend who was deliberately
deceived and dragged into his criminal enterprise," said Sallee.

Another victim spoke on Friday of what seemed like miraculous medicine
that was doled out by Donsbach.

"I was not in very good shape, but after my first injection, I felt
fabulous... for a couple of days," said Anita Soos.

It wasn't long, however, before Soos realized she was in trouble.

"About eight months after I started the injections, I started getting
horrible migraine headaches," she said.

Soos said that lasted for six or seven years.

In another case, Donsbach claimed he treated pancreatic cancer
successfully about 60 percent of the time and provided a supplement with
nimesulide to a patient, authorities said.

Nimesulide, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory, is not approved by the
Federal Drug Administration for use in the United States, Darvas said.

Previous Stories:

    * December 13, 2010: Bonita Man Pleads Guilty To Posing As Doctor
    * January 12, 2010: Man Accused Of Pretending To Be Doctor, Claiming
Cancer Cure
    * April 13, 2009: Man Charged With Practicing Medicine Without License
    * April 10, 2009: Man Who Allegedly Posed As Doctor Faces Charges

Das Urteil ist ein Skandal! Ein Jahr Gefängnis AUF BEWÄHRUNG.

Der Richter gehört für diese Rechtsbeugung lebenslänglich hinter Gitter.
Würde ich von Licht leben,
müßte ich grün sein.