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  1. Pam, I agree. Just being in restraints the way they did has clearly caused you unbelievable harm. Just like for me, being deprived of water caused me harm, which was completely denied and afterward the facts were twisted around to make it look like it was my fault. That was 2011. I never got an apology nor admission of fault of any kind. My entire personality changed after that. How would you feel if they apologized? Did you know that in malpractice cases only 11% of victims get an apology from their doctors? Many people feel that an apology would only be a lie, but I would accept one if it was something sincere rather than “We’re sorry you felt bad” which is not an apology, but further victim-blaming.

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