"The violent acts of one man have changed my perspective," said the nurse who was allegedly kicked by the son of Robert F. Kennedy
The nurses who confronted Douglas Kennedy as he tried to leave the Northern Westchester Hospital with his newborn baby last month said they were only doing their jobs when they say they were assaulted by the son of Robert F. Kennedy.
Nurse Anna Margaret Lane told NBC New York Wednesday Kennedy twisted her arm when she tried to prevent Kennedy, 44, from leaving the maternity unit on Jan. 7. She said Kennedy's efforts to take his baby boy off the maternity ward floor was in violation of hospital policy, and that she and other nurses repeatedly asked Kennedy to stop carrying the baby around the hallways.
"That man assaulted me for doing my job," said Lane, still upset over her run-in with Kennedy and his three-day-old baby.
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