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originally posted by: Answer
$100 says she already has a publicist and is planning to write a book... hence the "tell my story in my own way at the right time" statement.
originally posted by: kalunom
My inner-doom says, just wait, they will be wrong about the 21 day incubation period timeline. Someone in that group will get sick a bit later.
No ill-wishing towards the family but, how often do we see people (the CDC) getting things right?
originally posted by: AutOmatIc
originally posted by: MagesticEsoteric
a reply to: Quantum_Squirrel
It seems quite miraculous that they all came out clean considering the close proximity they had with Duncan and how many mistakes were made on the end of the hospital. He was obviously showing symptoms on the first visit yet, they allowed him to go home.
How? How in the world did they not get this ridiculously contagious disease? Were they given some sort of secret cure??? I mean seriously...it makes no sense.
Troh has also said she plans to repair some of the huge emotional and financial damage by writing a book about her relationship with Duncan, whom she met at a refugee camp on the Ivory Coast.
originally posted by: RoseLight
I too find that letter odd and not believable. One thing my husband and I have wondered is if they did in fact become infected and have been receiving treatment? There's been plenty of time for that to happen. And since the letter clearly states they want their privacy, if and when they ever make a public appearance later on, no one would ever know if they had been in fact infected and treated. I just find it incredibly odd not one of them were infected. There has been so much info changed after it's reported, apparent hiding and lying about things, and complete incompetency in how it's handled, seems odd. I guess time will tell the true story.