Five Days of Memorial: The True Story Behind the Shocking Truth


Fink said that Cook believed this was the best course of action. Fink wrote that Cook told him, “The humane thing would have been to put ’em .”’.”

What did the body finders do?

Following a state inquiry into the unusual death rate from Memorial, Dr. Pou was joined by nurses Cheri Landry Lori Budo were arrested in July 2006 in connection with the deaths of four LifeCare patients, as reported by the New York Times, who wrote that the charges against the nurses were later dropped in exchange for their testimony against Dr. Pou. (Landry Budo has not made any public comments on the case.

Pou’s attorney was present at Pou’s arrest. Rick Simmons“She was,” she said. “absolutely innocent”Pou insisted that she was only doing her job. Simmons stated that she had volunteered for storm duty, and was there for five days. The New York Times“The State of Louisiana left the patients, the hospitals and everyone else in July 2007”

Fink said that Dr. Pou was indicted by a grand jury on July 7, 2007. They refused to indict her on one count for second-degree killing and nine counts of conspiracy. “a specific intent to kill.”Pou was cleared of the charges.

Pou has returned to practicing medicine since then. “As of the summer of 2022,”Fink wrote about her Website, “she was practicing medicine as a head and neck oncologic surgeon in Louisiana.”