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'Sex in pharmacy' and cover-up claims made by former nursing director

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But we are getting slightly off topic. Part of me is thinking why now? If she was so bothered by all of these things, why did she not come forward at the time? Sometimes I believe some things are pretty black and white, Moral standards are one of them. If you see something is wrong, you speak out, or you don't. What you don't do is wait until you are 'wronged' in some way and then use it to hit back, which is what I believe this person is trying to do. As for being 'forced' to cover up incidents? I don't know, sounds a bit fishy to me.

Posted date

28 May, 2010

Posted time

1:34 am

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