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November 6, 2011 by staff
Health Care Plans, A North Carolina man who planned a bank robbery so he could receive the health care he needed in jail said he plans to use his upcoming trial as a forum to illustrate America’s health care crisis. James Richard Verone, 59, wrote in a letter to The Gaston Gazette this week that he plans to use his case to spotlight a U.S. health care system that neglects the poor, the newspaper reported Saturday (http://bit.ly/sSbgg7).
“My mother told me when I was growing up to have a wish list. My wish is to expose a health care system to the American people that is obsolete in its structure and I can do this by using my case,” Verone said in his two-page note written in pencil. “I am ready to fight for my right to a fair and just jury trial.”
Verone initially planned to represent himself and accept a sentence on a larceny charge so he could receive medical care for several ailments.
The Gastonia man is accused of handing a note demanding $1 to a bank teller in June, then taking a seat in a waiting area until police arrived.
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