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April 20, 2015


According to documents, Manuel "bartered sex for services with some of these patients" and "performed exorcisms as part of his chiropractic treatment of patients."

(Thanks to Charles Cates and Jeff Meyerson)


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NTTAWWT, of course.

I guess if the patient wouldn't "put out", the demon was.

A famous televangelist once did this, chastizing an uncooperative, seductive woman....This is how many got into the "healing" business, knocking down the stubborn

If you are having sex in exchange for payment or under a spell put on by your doctor, you can keep your doctor.

Hey Chiropractor: Less jacking and more cracking.

Probably all covered under Obamacare.

"It's extremely scary. I'm appalled that it was going on exactly right across the street from where I'm staying...." said Jackson.

Geez, lighten up, fella

Dr. Bryan Nowlin once shared the office with Dr. Manuel, but now he practices by himself.

All I can say is osteopathetic.

Huh. I always thought the exorcism drives the demon OUT.

"So crazy, I just dismiss it as that can't be right," said Bob Ramsey and Jerie Gail Ramsey.

Did Bob and Jerie say it in unison or did they alternate words?

That's just like Bob and Jerie from Iowa...you crazy couple, you!

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