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July 23, 2006 | Richard Fausset and Ann M. Simmons, Times Staff Writers
The day before the hurricane struck, Dr. Anna Maria Pou stopped by her 83-year-old widowed mother's house on Fountainbleau Street and urged her to get out of town as soon as possible. "She came here to tell me to get going," Jeanette Pou recalled. "She said she was going to be at the hospital, so don't worry. She said, 'I'll be in touch.' "But we didn't get in touch with her.... She didn't call."
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July 25, 2007 | Miguel Bustillo, Times Staff Writer
A grand jury on Tuesday refused to indict a surgeon who was accused of murdering four hospital patients by lethal injection during the chaotic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The decision ends a sensational prosecution attempt by Louisiana's attorney general that enraged New Orleans' medical community. After meeting for four months, the Orleans Parish grand jury declined to indict Dr.
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July 25, 2007 | Miguel Bustillo, Times Staff Writer
A grand jury on Tuesday refused to indict a surgeon who was accused of murdering four hospital patients by lethal injection during the chaotic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The decision ends a sensational prosecution attempt by Louisiana's attorney general that enraged New Orleans' medical community. After meeting for four months, the Orleans Parish grand jury declined to indict Dr.
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July 23, 2006 | Richard Fausset and Ann M. Simmons, Times Staff Writers
The day before the hurricane struck, Dr. Anna Maria Pou stopped by her 83-year-old widowed mother's house on Fountainbleau Street and urged her to get out of town as soon as possible. "She came here to tell me to get going," Jeanette Pou recalled. "She said she was going to be at the hospital, so don't worry. She said, 'I'll be in touch.' "But we didn't get in touch with her.... She didn't call."
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