"But whatever you think about the risk/reward, much of Freeman's behavior was indefensible. He wasn't just a doctor, he was a showman who'd do his procedures publicly, switching hands mid procedure and pausing to pose for photographs while the picks were in the patients brain (at least one person died while he was doing that). One of his most important partners colleagues and partners ended their relationship after he walked into Freeman's office and found Freeman casually lobotomizing a patient who was laying across his desk."
Aggggghhhh, that's sickening. That's going to be burnt into my brain.