Grand Jury Investigating New Orleans Cops’ Conduct Post-Katrina

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VIA: NewsOne.com

When state officials in 2006 booked Dr. Anna Pou with murder, saying she euthanized some of the sickest patients in an overwhelmed, flooded hospital where 34 patients died, Louisianans mostly rallied to Pou’s cause.

A grand jury rejected charges and Attorney General Charles Foti, who had ordered the doctor arrested, was bounced out of office.

When Salvador and Mabel Mangano were tried in the drownings of 35 people at their St. Bernard Parish nursing home it took a jury only four hours to acquit them.

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