The Shocking True Story Behind Five Days at the Memorial

Cook felt this was the best course of action, according to Fink, who wrote that he had told her, “‘The human thing would be to put them out’.”

What happened after the body was found?

After the state investigation into the unusual death from Memorial, Dr. Pow and the nurses Cheri Landry And Lori Budo In July 2006, four Lifecare patients were arrested in connection with the deaths, as reported new York Times, who wrote that the charges against the nurses were later dropped in exchange for their testimony against Dr. Poe. (Landry and Budow have not commented publicly on the matter.)

At the time of Pou’s arrest, his lawyer Rick Simmons She said she was “absolutely innocent” and insisted that Poo was simply doing his job. “She volunteered for hurricane duty and stayed there for five days,” Simmons told new York Times In July 2007, “and then the state of Louisiana released patients and hospitals and everyone else.”

According to Fink, in July 2007, a grand jury refused to indict Dr. Pau on one count of second-degree murder and nine counts of conspiracy to commit second-degree murder, because they could not say for certain. Pou could have had “a specific intent to kill.” The charges were dropped from Poo’s criminal record.

Since then, Poo has begun to practice medicine. “By the summer of 2022,” Fink wrote on it Website“She was practicing medicine in Louisiana as a head and neck oncological surgeon.”

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