ï»¿noted a tendency to “multiplication”—bunches of daffodils, fields of flowers, octagons galore, snowflakes, leaves, gulls, scores of Christmas bells, and multiple copies of the lewinii in his honor. Later, he sought to classify various psychoactive substances based on their pharmacological effects, and he divided them into five general groups: euphoriants or What that juror couldn’t understand was where the LifeCare staff members had been on Thursday, September 1, 2005, when the patients were medicated. It was only at the final meeting of the grand jury that two LifeCare leaders—assistant administrator Diane Robichaux and nurse executive Therese Mendez—were called to testify. The prosecutor did not ask the women very detailed questions. Mendez described how Pou came upstairs to LifeCare and said that she was assuming responsibility for the patients and that they would be given a lethal dose of drugs. Neither Mendez nor Robichaux, however, had seen what happened next, because they had gone to clear staff off the floor. Yalow, R. S., S. M. Glick, J. Roth, and S. A. Berson. 1965.“Plasma Insulin and Growth Hormone Levels in Obesity and Diabetes.”Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Oct. 8; 131(1):357–73.