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In Depth (Elderly Abuse) #841427

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 14, 2006
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Providence: Kevin Corke) The issue of financial abuse of the elderly examined; details given about socialite Brooke Astor & about another specific case: nurse Everett Dunn's robbery of elder Jennie Rucci†; statistics cited. [National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse Robert BLANCATO†- talks about abuse.] [Rucci's family members Lori-Ann ZANNINI, Susan NIEMIERA†- comment on their mother's case & how her caregiver robbed her.] [National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys David STRACHMAN†, Dunn's attorney Jeff PINE†- offer views on the financial abuse case.] Congressional passage of the Elder Justice Act noted.

Seigenthaler, John;
Corke, Kevin

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