Hundreds of nurses protest outside Tennessee courthouse over sentencing of RaDonda Vaught

Hundreds of nurses lined the streets outside a courthouse in Nashville Friday to protest against the sentencing of a colleague who was found guilty of homicide after injecting a 75-year-old patient with the wrong drug.

RaDonda Vaught, 37, faces up to eight years behind bars after giving patient Charlene Murphey a drug that triggers paralysis instead of a sedative at Vanderbilt University Health Center in 2017.

Protesters in the central-Tennessee city donned purple T-shirts reading…

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