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Eileen McNamara

A pitiless protocol

By Eileen McNamara
Globe Columnist / October 15, 2006

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NORTH READING -- It has been five months since a van driven by a Department of Mental Retardation worker ran over Lisa Burke as the 38-year-old woman sat strapped in a wheelchair on the lawn of her small, state-run group home in Medford. Commissioner Gerald J. Morrissey Jr. has not gotten around to saying he is sorry. (Full article: 684 words)

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