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For Psychiatrist With Unneeded Oxy Scripts On 5th Avenue US Says No Jail Needed on May 21

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, April 29 – Anthony Pietropinto was a psychiatrist who saw patients at irregular hours out of a rented office on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.

He wrote oxydocone scripts for them for cash. One patient would arrive visibly high.    

 On April 29, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Vernon S. Broderick was to have held a sentencing. Inner City Press covered it.

The US Attorney's Office has written that it "recognizes that a sentence that does not including a prison term is appropriate."

The sentencing had to be postponed, and Judge Broderick conferred with the parties to choose a new date. It is May 21 at noon.

The case is US v. Pietropinto, 19-cr-261 (Broderick)


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