Genie Wiley

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Some editors at Wikipedia have been quite vocal about trying to suppress her real name from her article there, in addition of course to suppressing her surname, and details about her family.
 
Some editors at Wikipedia have been quite vocal about trying to suppress her real name from her article there, in addition of course to suppressing her surname, and details about her family.
  
The initial social worker on the case, recommended on 5 Nov 1970, that Susan Wiley "Genie" be removed from her parents and made a dependent ward of the state.  Susan Wiley "Genie" had a state appointed attorney and advocate John Miner. Susan "Genie" lived first at the Children's Hospital, but scientist Jean Butler stating that she had exposed her to German measles, took her to her own home in quarentine.  Genie lived there, and other investigators were denied access to her while Jean applied to be her foster parent.  Her application was denied.
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The initial social worker on the case, recommended on 5 Nov 1970, that Susan Wiley "Genie" be removed from her parents and made a dependent ward of the state.  Susan Wiley "Genie" had a state appointed attorney and advocate John Miner. Susan "Genie" lived first at the Children's Hospital, but scientist Jean Butler stating that she had exposed her to German measles, took her to her own home in quarentine.  Genie lived there while other investigators like Susan Curtiss, were denied access to her, and Jean applied to be her foster parent.  Her application was denied.
  
 
Shortly afterward, Susan "Genie" was placed as a foster child with David and Marilyn Rigler, in 1971.  David was a psychologist at Children's Hospital, and Marilyn was a graduate student in human development, who would become Genie's first teacher.  She lived with the Riglers and their children in their home near Children's Hospital for about four years.  This ended when the National Institutes of Mental Health denied continued payment for the study of Susan "Genie".
 
Shortly afterward, Susan "Genie" was placed as a foster child with David and Marilyn Rigler, in 1971.  David was a psychologist at Children's Hospital, and Marilyn was a graduate student in human development, who would become Genie's first teacher.  She lived with the Riglers and their children in their home near Children's Hospital for about four years.  This ended when the National Institutes of Mental Health denied continued payment for the study of Susan "Genie".

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