Apparently some FBI personnel are starting to take nursing home investigations and murder of the elderly serious. We applaud those efforts. Every time an elderly patient dies in a nursing home, there should be a tox screen for excessive consumption of heavy narcotics. Until and unless a court orders such a treatment (as if that will ever happen, think of the long battle in Terry Schiavo’s case), patients are to be well fed, hydrated and have medications they approve of administered to them. A Guardian does not have the right to withdraw food or hydration or even administer narcotics as chemical restraints. That is all illegal. In Illinois we have the case of In re Tiffany.
Health services CEO ruthlessly took advantage of the terminally ill and elderly, killing patients for profit
Saturday, April 02, 2016 by: Julie Wilson staff writer
Tags: Novus, healthcare fraud, medical murder
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