The maniac doctor who helped write and pass three laws in Louisiana that offer immunity to health care professionals who kill their patients during a pandemic or other emergency

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” . . . in July 2006, nearly a year after Katrina, Louisiana Department of Justice agents arrested the doctor and the nurses in connection with the deaths of four patients. The physician, Anna Pou, defended herself on national television, saying her role was to ‘‘help’’ patients ‘‘through their pain,’’ a position she maintains today. After a New Orleans grand jury declined to indict her on second-degree murder charges, the case faded from view.

In the four years since Katrina, Pou has helped write and pass three laws in Louisiana that offer immunity to health care professionals from most civil lawsuits — though not in cases of willful misconduct — for their work in future disasters, from hurricanes to terrorist attacks to pandemic influenza.”

4 thoughts on “The maniac doctor who helped write and pass three laws in Louisiana that offer immunity to health care professionals who kill their patients during a pandemic or other emergency

  1. Sent in –
    Gee, this doesn’t sound like a deliberate culling of the elderly or anything, does it?

    And here:

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