Exit International director Dr Philip Nitschke, 65, from Coolalinga, is under investigation by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. Euthanasia prevention group Hope complained about him because he is importing nitrogen cylinders through his company Max Dog Brewing, and have accused him of selling them for unassisted death. Dr Nitschke said they are for beer-making - his hobby for 20 years - and said he has sold 50 of them and has orders for 100 more. But Exit's November newsletter openly advertises euthanasia with the Max Dog Brewing cylinders as "100 per cent lawful and undetectable".Knowing Nitschke, the charges are true. Dispicable, awful disgrace to medicine. His license should have been stripped long ago.