Negligent homicide charges at nursing homes from Hurricane Katrina

Thirty four nursing home residents died during the flood caused by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. The owners of the nursing home have been charged with negligent homicide for failing to move the residents as the hurricane approached. According to Attorney General Charles Foti Jr., the home received several warnings but did not act upon them.

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