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01-1272 Egebergh v. Nicholson

"[A] reasonable jury could infer that Nicholson and Burdi were deliberately indifferent to Fitzgibbons's welfare. They knew he was an insulin-dependent diabetic. They knew (Nicholson certainly, Burdi probably) that diabetics can be seriously harmed by being deprived of insulin. They did not intend Fitzgibbons's death; nor, we may assume, did they know that missing one ...

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