William Avant was crushed to death by 13 employees of a South Carolina mental hospital in January.
They did not report his death until this month.
They dogpiled him to restrain him. He couldn’t breathe.
No one checked his condition.
His death was ruled homicidal suffocation.
No one was charged. Because they didn’t know any better.
Or maybe, like police officers or corporation executives, hospital staff don’t go to jail for malpractice.
The news is saying U.S. adoptions of Russian children were banned by the United States because of sanctions violations by Russia, but I always thought it was Russia that banned adoptions due to incidents like this, from 2010, and it’s stated right in the article.