I didn't read anywhere that it was "interfering" with the investigation.
Well, I think this case certainly differs from a typical "crime against public health" in that the patients are also participants, they understand and know the health risks involved and search out the Doctor to receive the treatment, making them complicit in the illegal activity. A typical "crime against public health" might refer to a case such as a water treatment plant that knowingly dispenses improperly treated water to an unknowing public. It's the same mindset in the U.S. war against drugs - the drug abuser is sentenced as severely (or more severly in some cases) as the drug seller.harlond said:And what part of that requires the Spanish authorities to help ruin the careers of their witnesses? You don't see that as a somewhat odd aspect of the criminal investigation into a crime against public health?