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  • Are You Angry With Sandra Herold?

    Are You Angry With Sandra Herold?
    No, I wish I could have talked to her, but I needed to get healthier and stronger, and then she had passed away. But I wish I could have, you know, said something to her. I would have liked to really know how she felt. On one hand, I thnk she really, really felt bad. But on the other hand, she would revert back to just losing her chimp, and that was all she was concerned about.
  • Chimp Attack Victim Charla Nash Criticizes State: 'Why Would They Write A Law And Not Enforce It?'

    Charla Nash says she still can't remember the brutal attack by a chimpanzee that tore off her face and hands and blinded her on Feb. 16, 2009 — but she recalls the moment she finally heard a recording of the horrifying 911 call from that day....

    Charla Nash: State Negligent In Chimp Attack

    Charla Nash: State Negligent In Chimp Attack
    I have not seen my daughter Briana's face in five years. Five long years. For me, this has been the most difficult part. I see her in my memories with a long dark ponytail. She grew her hair long so she could then cut it and donate it to charity. She...

    En plegaria por video, Charla Nash pide poder demandar al estado

    Charla Nash, ciega desde que fue gravemente atacada por un chimpancé que le arrancó la cara y las manos en el 2009, le dice a los legisladores en una súplica por video que sus discapacidades la hacen sentir 'encerrada... como si estuviera en una jaula.'...

    Can Charla Nash, blinded by a chimp, sue her state for $150 million?

    A woman who lost her hands, eyesight and parts of her face when she was mauled by a friend's chimpanzee renewed a bid to seek $150 million in damages from the state of Connecticut, asking lawmakers Friday to accept her argument that the state had a duty...