Grandma Keeps ‘Falling Out Of Wheelchair,’ So She Installs A Camera To See If Nurses Are Lying

by Barbara Diamond
Barbara is a passionate writer and animal lover who has been professionally blogging for over 10 years and counting.

Minnie Graham spent the last years of her life in a nursing home in Garland, Texas. One day, the beloved 98-year-old great-great-grandmother began telling her family that the staff was mistreating her.

Minnie said the female hospice worker assigned to her was especially cruel.

Then came the bruises. And the black eyes. Minnie’s family, particularly her granddaughters, wanted immediate answers.

The hospice workers told Minnie’s kin that she had fallen out of her wheelchair, hence the strange and sudden bruising. Her granddaughters, however, didn’t believe them.

So, Minnie’s determined family decided to take a ballsy and proactive approach by setting up a clock rigged with a hidden camera in her room. They watched and waited — and what they found horrified them.

By turning to technology and following their instincts, Minnie’s loved ones were able to uncover and expose the truth before she passed away.

Watch the video below to see what Minnie’s family captured on those hidden tapes, and please SHARE this with your friends on Facebook.

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