By Steve Neavling
The owner of a Texas Hospice is accused of ordering nurses to kill patients who have “been on the hospice service for too long,” the FBI alleges.
Brad Harris, owner and CEO of Novus Health Care Services, is accused of texting execution orders to nurses, The Daily Beast reports. 
“You need to make this patient go bye-bye,” Harris texted one his nurses, according to an FBI search warrant affidavit.
Harris said of another patient, “If this fuck would just die,” according to the Feb. 5 affidavit.
The FBI alleges that Harris ordered nurses to administer overdoses to four patients who had “been on the hospice service for too long.”
In one text to a nurse, Harris allegedly instructed a nurse to increase “the patient’s medication dosage to approximately four times the maximum allowed.”
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