ALBANY – An attorney representing the family of an autistic boy who was killed by two aides at a state-run facility for the disabled says the death spotlights myriad systemic deficiencies—ranging from poor screening of employees to weak oversight—in the way New York treats the disabled.
And Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s administration said the lawyer is absolutely right.
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