Articles by Ellen Barry

Pair Is Arrested Over 34 Hurricane Deaths

  • 15 September 05
There were flowerboxes on the railings and patios for patients to sit out in the bayou air. The rooms were clean and bright. Residents seemed well cared for by a staff that organized bingo games, showed movies on a big-screen television and celebrated Mass every Friday.

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