Freep Film Festival: "That Strange Summer"

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Freep Film Festival: "That Strange Summer"

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In the summer of 1975, 27 patients experienced respiratory failure and 11 patients died during a six-week period at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Ann Arbor. In June 1976, after an intense FBI investigation, officials charged two nurses with injecting the patients with the muscle relaxant Pavulon. Through interviews, archival news stories and FBI documents obtained via Freedom of Information Act requests, the 55-minute film reconstructs the investigation and aftermath.

By: Freep Film Festival

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