A heartless caretaker turned an ailing World War II veteran’s oxygen tank against him, bashing the old timer in the head with it until he nearly died, according to a report. The elderly man’s aide, Elena Erickson, 47, was found guilty last Friday of nearly killing Michael Tristano at his North Port, Florida home in...
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DOMESTIC NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION
2013 - FAMILY OXYGEN, INC.
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