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  1. Anonymous

    Jury trial begins next week in the case of US vs Ronald John Heromin, MD
    http://www.flmd.uscourts.gov/calendar/ceocalendar/3A33week2ceo.htm

    UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
    Middle District of Florida
    The Honorable Virginia M. Hernandez Covington
    HEARINGS CALENDAR

    March 31, 2014 – April 4, 2014

    Monday
    Date Time Case No. DE # Party Hearing Type
    03/31/2014 09:00 8:11-cr-00550-VMC-TBM-1 204 USA v. Ronald John Heromin Jury Trial

  2. Unfortunately he was only found guilty of conspiracy to distribute and dispense oxycodone and alprazolam not for legitimate medical purposes. He really should be convicted of accessory to murder.

    • I know of at least 3. They filled prescriptions at the “pharmacy” where I had the misfortune of working. Our pharmacy filled the last prescriptions that they had, and those prescriptions came from Heromin. One was from his office at the Tampa Bay Wellness Center. Another was when he was practicing with Ramiro Abaunza at the Hope for Life Wellness Center in Miami. The third was his final practice before being arrested 2.5 years ago at St. Mary’s Medical Institute in Hialeah. Yes, he should be charged with accessory to murder.

      • Michele

        My brother died because of the overprescribing from this piece of crap that should never be called a physician again. You dont give a healthy, 30 year old male with no medical findings 545 pills in one day without knowing full out that you are putting those pills in the hands of addicts and on the streets. I hope Heromin never see’s the light of day again. And yes, he should be charged with murder, I agree.

  3. Michele

    Yes, I agree he should be charged with accessory to murder. My brother died from the pills he prescribed. He deserves to rot for putting over half a million pills on the streets the way he did. He knew he was rx’ing to addicts and dealers. Hell, he was a dealer discuised as a dr.

    • juror

      He could only be charged with the charges presented before us. We had no knowledge of patient deaths during the trial.

    • juror

      My heart goes out to you and your family. We could only convict on the charges presented before us. We had no idea of any deaths due to his actions during the trial. Hopefully since he was convicted on these charges they can now pursue on accessory to murder, etc. charges.My guess is now that I know of these deaths, they would first have to find him guilty of the above charges in order to pursue and successfully convict him of murder charges. God Bless your family.

      • Anonymous

        Thank you for your condolences and for serving as a juror on this mans trial. He was sentenced to 20 years today.

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