Charges Dropped Against Katrina Nurses

About - News & Issues, July 3, 2007 Two nurses, who were accused of
giving four patients a "lethal cocktail" at a New Orleans hospital in
the wake of Hurricane Katrina, are no longer facing second-degree
murder charges after testifying before a grand jury last month. Both
nurses insist that they did not testify against Dr. Anna Pou, who was
also charged in the deaths. Nurses Lori Budo and Cheri Landry were
arrested and charged last summer with playing a part in the deaths of
the four patients at the Memorial Medical Center, which was flooded
after the Aug. 29, 2005 hurricane. ... Charges