More than 20,000 people have signed an online petition demanding that Montefiores medical examiner release documents related to the death.
“We don’t need to know what Montefiorums official investigation has found, because we know it is a lie,” the petition states.
“The medical examiner’s decision has nothing to do with the care of the baby, the toddler, or anyone else at Montefiors home.
This decision is a result of Montefiorys political manipulation and a cover-up.”
The petition asks for Montefiories chief medical examiner to release a copy of the medical report, including the coroner’s opinion and any other documents that have been obtained by the university.
The university has refused to release the report and said it is reviewing the petition.
The petition, which has attracted more than 2,000 signatures, says the document contains numerous errors, including one in which the medical examiner failed to acknowledge that a toxicology report was sent to the coroner, according to the website, LAD.
The petition also points out that a doctor at Montefao’s medical center, Dr. Richard A. McIlroy, was allowed to conduct a follow-up interview with the baby’s parents, a violation of protocol.
“It’s a cover up,” the patient’s mother, who wished to remain anonymous, told the website.
“This is a coverup.
The hospital and nursing home are telling lies and trying to cover it up.
There is a lot of people who are sick and tired of this.
There are too many people who need answers.”
The nursing home is owned by the state of California, which does not have an official position on the nursing homes policies.
But state officials have said they are investigating the case.
The nursing home has been in Montefioros administration since March 2015.
In a statement released to CNN, Montefiorian said it was committed to providing care to its residents and that the safety of its residents was its highest priority.
“This is an extremely difficult time for us and our staff.
We will continue to be accountable to the residents who have entrusted us with their care,” the statement said.
“As always, we take the safety and wellbeing of our residents and guests very seriously.”