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Continued: Rape has Hermantown, Minn., senior home residents on edge

  • Article by: CHRIS SERRES , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 6, 2014 - 3:43 PM

Johnson said she continued passing out the articles. “This is about people’s safety,” she said. “I have nurses come in my room at 2 a.m., and people have a right to know if there’s been a rape here.”

Kenneth Hendrickson, 86, said residents appeared upset after the meeting was canceled. “In some people’s opinion, it looks like they’re trying to hide something,” he said.

Holtz said she hopes to get answers this week on the meeting, and whether state and federal laws were followed. “It’s a residents meeting, which means it’s for the residents and it’s not up to the facility to cancel,” she said. “This is troubling on many levels.”

 

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