Nurse Faces Trial On Manslaughter Charges In Death Of HR McMaster's Father

Zero Hedge | 7/10/2018 | Staff
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A nurse at the Pennsylvania facility where the father of former National Security Advisor HR McMaster died will stand trial for charges of involuntary manslaughter, according to the Washington Times. Pennsylvania judge Karen Simmons ruled that 30-year-old Christann Gainey, a former contract nurse at the Cathedral Village senior care facility in Philadelphia, to stand trial on charges of involuntary manslaughter, neglect of care of a dependent person and tampering with records.

"To say that this is tragic is the biggest understatement I can say. That Ms. Gainey is the only person before me … is also tragic," Simmons said, adding that she would find the same for anybody else who was responsible for HR McMaster's care. The Pennsylvania Attorney General's office charged Gainey in May, and the judge ruled on Monday that there is enough evidence to proceed to trial. Nobody else at the facility was charged in McMaster's death.

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