That's not what it means to repent
There are three components needed. One is to acknowledge the offense, another is to display remorse for it and the third is a promise to not repeat it. You'll see here their statements. You will also see rebuttal to some charges such as one claiming an attempt to counter-sue for legal fees was false. You will believe what you want to, I suppose. In any event, the issue was "wrongful death" on behalf of the fetuses. Regardless of what was said, the court would not have been able to allow that case to be argued. It was, by the way, never argued during trial but stated in a brief by this private law firm who was retained to assist in the defense. I read somewhere that the catholic bishop's investigation found that neither the hospital nor CHI had properly reviewed the brief prior to it's submission to the court. Still, the hospital will be held accountable for what is said by whom it chooses to represent them...at least in the media.
The plaintiff is free to appeal his case on the basis of malpractice rather than wrongful death and the hospital will need to defend itself in that regard.
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