A doctor's name had been struck off from the medical register after he hid his truth from the NHS after getting a job as he was convicted for the `mercy killing' manslaughter of a patient in Spain.
A General Medical Council, GMC, disciplinary hearing was told that despite being convicted for the above charges in Spain, for about two years, Dr Marcos Arel Hourmann worked for Dyfed Powys Police.
A fitness to practise panel ruled his concealment of the truth was `fundamentally incompatible with his continuing to practise medicine'.
In 2005, while he was a doctor practicing in a hospital in Spain, a cancer patient was injected by him as she was suffering and wanted to end her life.
The 52-year-old doctor had then come to the UK within just one year and he was working for the West Suffolk NHS Trust and then he moved on to Carmarthenshire NHS Trust and going to work for the police as a forensic medical examiner.
But however hid all this from his new employers and carried on working with the trust and following this his name has been struck off.