Hospital ‘Inappropriately Accessed’ Floyd’s Medical Records: Lawyer

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Sep 9, 2020

New York Post – Multiple employees at the hospital where George Floyd was pronounced dead inappropriately accessed his medical records, according to the family’s lawyer.

Attorney Antonio Romanucci told KARE 11 the Minneapolis hospital, Hennepin Healthcare, sent a letter to the family alerting them of the data breaches, which occurred over the last 30 days.

Romanucci said the family is considering suing the hospital, fearing the breaches could have played into an attempt to assassinate Floyd’s character after he was killed by a Minneapolis police officer.

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“They feel it’s a continued assassination of George Floyd, his character,” Romanucci said. “It’s a non-stop issue. And they were very upset, very disturbed, disappointed that even in death, that George Floyd’s character is being maligned by people that didn’t have any business looking at his private medical record.”

The letter stated that the employees who were caught “no longer work at the organization,” according to Romanucci … Read more. 

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