ANOTHER Holistic Doctor, Working Against Big Pharma, Shot Dead In Boulder

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Holistic doctor, researcher and writer Christopher Bayley King, was shot dead outside an organic restaurant in Boulder, Colorado on Memorial Day, as the community of physicians seeking to operate outside the confines of Big Pharma continues to be decimated. Over 60 holistic doctors and researchers have been found dead in the past 18 months, most of whom died in suspicious and unsolved circumstances.

Christopher Bayley King, 49, the latest holistic doctor to be murdered in suspicious circumstances, was eating at the Farm to Table Restaurant, Bramble & Hare, when he was approached by a man named Louis Joseph Sebastian. Police believe the men went outside, where shots were fired.

Some say they argued before going outside but a representative of the restaurant disputed this account, saying there was no evidence the two guests argued before walking out of the establishment. They then went back into the restaurant, where police say additional shots may have been fired. The Daily Camera reports that Mr. King was taken to Boulder Community Health’s Foothills Hospital where he died from his injuries. Police are still unsure what if any, connection Mr. King had to the man who allegedly shot him.

Health Nut News reports: According to his Facebook and LinkedIn pages, King was a physician and researcher who focused on diet and disease. He is listed as the founder of Dr. King’s Clinic in California and also worked at SlimGenics. King wrote in a February Facebook post that he had previously traveled to New Zealand to work with Maori the aboriginal people of the country and planned on returning in June to do more work.

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The man who allegedly shot King, Louis Joseph Sebastian, 32, is currently being held at the Boulder County Jail without bond. It is not known if they know each other or what their relationship is, if any. He was scheduled for a hearing on Aug. 7 to determine if there is enough evidence to continue to hold him without bond.

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