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  1. I was thinking along the same lines? What is the history of the poor lady? Was this incident just the thing to finish her off? Just seems a bit too much to take in. I feel really sorry for everyone concerned, especially the family of the victim. Who would want to be a Royal?

  2. As I understand life, it’s not what happens to you, it’s how you respond?
    The woman concerned WOULD have been debriefed if only as part of a routine investigation. The process of unwitnessed, anonymous, unsubstantiated allegations in “office politics” would have occurred. People do that, especially ambitious people.. Here they, people responsible, ex post facto, have the perfect scapegoats.
    Do feel for the shock jocks but the aggression is part of the job which they probably won’t have for long. Always blame the bottom rung! Managers, lawyers tut, tut, tut.
    The whole concept of commercial hoax calls should be under scrutiny. Why
    “Perhaps this story is yet to be told in its entirety.” Probably not soon… Days not hours!

  3. I can’t understand how the information was given over the phone. That was strictly forbidden at North Shore Hospital when I worked there. Surely there was protocol in place. Also, the nurse who gave the information was to blame, not Jacintha.

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