NJ vets home whistleblower: 'The public had to know'
Clip: 11/18/2022 | 4m 33s | Video has closed captioning.
"The public had to know. This had to be out in the media. And it worked," said whistleblower Dave Ofshinsky, the former business manager at the state-run veterans home in Paramus. Ofshinsky contacted news reporters about the chaos, lack of management and death overwhelming the vets home in April 2020, when COVID-19 roared through the facility, killing up to seven residents a day.
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