Three Georgia nursing home employees were arrested for exploiting an elderly woman while she lay on her death bed last month. One of the three women was in the country on a work visa
According to Fox 5, 21-year-olds Jorden Bruce and Mya Moss and 19-year-old Lizethu Cervantes-Ramirez were charged this week with watching over a 76 year old stroke victim as she waited for a hospice nurse to arrive. Instead of monitoring the woman’s last minutes, police say the women made a video of themselves laughing, smoking a vape, and cussing.
They captioned the video “The End” and included a laughing emoji.
“How could somebody do this,” Chief Joseph Wirthman of the Jefferson Police Department asked. “How would they like it if it was their grandma, or mother, or any family member? How would they like someone mocking them, making fun or doing this video?”
“Hopefully this will send a message,” the chief went on to say. “If you come to Jefferson and you want to do something stupid, disgusting then we’re going to do everything we can to see that you have your day in court and that you spend some time in the jail system here.
Lizethu Cervantes-Ramirez was in the country on a work visa. She is now in the custody of the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Moss and Bruce were released on bond.