Late Mountain Home Doctor May Have Crafted Largest Medicare Fraud in State's History: $14.7M

by Mark Friedman  on Monday, Oct. 14, 2013 12:00 am  

Cynthia Johnson said that after he lost his license, her ex-husband didn’t take care of himself, smoking and eating too much.

And investigators were closing in.

Federal agents were pursuing criminal charges for wire and health care fraud and a civil forfeiture of assets, Special Agent Kowalski said in his affidavit.

One person close to the case who asked not to be named said a federal grand jury had been called and Dr. Johnson was likely to be indicted.

But that didn’t happen. On March 5, he died of natural causes.

 

 

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