Life German Nature healer will not go to jail for patients death By WeeklyNews staff Posted on July 16, 2019 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ A court in Germany sentenced the controversial German natural healer Klaus Ross to two years in prison. The OM had unconditionally demanded three years this morning. Justice holds Ross responsible for the death of three patients, including two Dutchmen. Klaus Ross treated cancer patients in his clinic in Bracht who had often been treated. He also used an experimental drug that he administered to his patients via an infusion. The punishment for the healer is considerably lower than the claim, because the court assumes that Ross had no bad intentions with the treatment. The court nevertheless ruled that Ross was careless and that three patients died as a result. Because people were often very ill, the judicial authorities assume that many Ross patients eventually died a natural death. Of five patients, the judiciary believes that they have received a too large dose of the experimental drug. Three of them died: a 55-year-old man from Apeldoorn, a 43-year-old woman from Wijk and Aalburg and a 55-year-old woman from Belgium. Two other patients barely survived the treatment. Ross’s lawyer asked for acquittal or at most a mild conditional sentence because Ross’s wife has since divorced him and his son wants nothing more to do with him. When Ross himself got the last word before the court ruled, he burst into sobs. “I am very sorry,” he said. “I wish I could make it up again, but that doesn’t work.” In Germany, naturopaths can take blood and administer infusions.