Onelio Hipolit-Gonzalez, from Brooksville, Florida, posed as a doctor and had patients hold a metal rod connected to a machine to test for diabetes and cancer, and then had people pay to be cured, police say.
Onelio Hipolit-Gonzalez, from Brooksville, Florida, posed as a doctor and had patients hold a metal rod connected to a machine to test for diabetes and cancer, and then had people pay to be cured, police say. Hernando County Sheriff's Office
Onelio Hipolit-Gonzalez, from Brooksville, Florida, posed as a doctor and had patients hold a metal rod connected to a machine to test for diabetes and cancer, and then had people pay to be cured, police say. Hernando County Sheriff's Office

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