By David Liu
Gary donned a black suit, black gloves and a black soul. The effects of Gary’s actions were felt by every patient in the hospital. It was child’s play for him to fly under the radar. His actions were effortless, his crimes heinous. He did it again, and again, and again, and again. The great deception was that he rarely, if ever, got the blame. After all, there was always someone else that would take it for him.