Beau Boshers Gets Six Years for Dealing 3.6 Million Pain Pills
Add one more sentencing to the long list of guilty pleas associated with Christopher and Jeffrey George's South Florida pill mill scheme. Forty-eight-year-old Beau Boshers was one of 13 doctors charged in the $40 million scam and one of 28 people to plead guilty so far; he was sentenced to six years in prison for "money laundering conspiracy," according to the Associated Press, which in this case appears to mean essentially chucking oxycodone out the door with a snow shovel.
The defendant and coconspirator physicians prescribed controlled substances without reviewing prior medical records, referring individuals to medical specialists or recommending alternative treatment modalities. The defendant and coconspirator physicians prescribed a predetermined "cocktail'' of controlled substances which contained oxycodone 30 mg. and 15 mg., xanax and/or soma. No individualization or particularization of treatment of care was used, other than to vary the quantity of drugs prescribed in the "cocktail.'' ... The defendant and coconspirators engaged in the above-described criminal conduct for a profit motive.
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