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“Patients and staff alike have died under suspicious circumstances in the ICU at the Lexington, KY Veterans Affairs Medical Center. One nurse is out on bail awaiting trial for the murder of a patient who had been expected to die at any moment, and another whose body was found in a staff restroom locked from the inside remains a death of undetermined cause.”

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Thanks for the post.

The last part of this story really got to me.

" Eventually, it was determined that Chain’s family had nothing to do with the death, and Whitt admitted that she had administered all of the extra doses.The indictment says Whitt “willfully, deliberately, maliciously and with premeditation and malice aforethought” injected Chain with “lethal levels of morphine,” killing him. If found guilty, she could be sentenced to life in prison and fined $250,000, and face the possibility of five years’ supervised release, according to the indictment."

I love this part too,

" If found guilty, she could be sentenced to life in prison and fined $250,000,"

heck if you get life in prison how are you to possibly pay the $250,000 - I guess the goobermint could grab any assets she may have.

This just makes me question why the tax payers have to foot the bill for the prosecution and defense of the crime.

Hell - she admitted to it, all there should have to be is a date for sentencing.

Our judicial system is just as poor as the VBA system.


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I will give an opinion but it must be done via PM.


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Wow,,,, now,,, WOW!!! OMG!!! I simply don't know how to respond to this. I'm shaking!!! What is going on with the VA hospital's?!?!?! Who do we trust if they are all we have??? We did our part now,,, why can't they do theirs??? Who protects the veterans?!?! We have to bring noise to this!!! By no means do I mean violence,,, however,,, something needs to be done. I volunteer my medical records,,, I volunteer being interviewed,,, I volunteer,,, as scarred as I am,,, I volunteer.

Something must be done,,, but what??? How do we get heard and taken serious?

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