Genie Wiley

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<table><tr><td>http://a.abcnews.com/images/US/ht_wiley4_080515_ssv.jpg</td><td>Susan Wiley was also placed either for training or foster care at Immaculate Heart College 1973, the "Sophia T Salvin School" 1973-1974, "Diane S Leichmann School" 1974-5, and the Lincoln School 1976-7.
 
<table><tr><td>http://a.abcnews.com/images/US/ht_wiley4_080515_ssv.jpg</td><td>Susan Wiley was also placed either for training or foster care at Immaculate Heart College 1973, the "Sophia T Salvin School" 1973-1974, "Diane S Leichmann School" 1974-5, and the Lincoln School 1976-7.
  
The picture at the left shows Irene Wiley and Susan Wiley "Genie" in 1989.<br><br>Irene Wiley, in 1979, filed a lawsuit against "Hansen, Rigler, Kent, Curtiss, and Children's Hospital of Los Angeles" charging them with "excessive and outrageous testing....[claiming] the researchers gave testing priority over Genie's welfare, pushing her beyond the limites of her endurance."  The mention of the lawsuit appears in an article in the ''Los Angeles Times'', dated 18 Mar 1979 "Retarded Girl Used for Profit, Suit Alleges".  A photograph of the article appears in the BBC documentary on this case [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NGUP_JSRic&feature=related here in Part 6].  If you stop the tape at time 3:30 you can read that the article states "...Mrs Wiley had cared for the child as best she could..."  The lawyers for Irene were Louise Monaco and Samuel Paz.
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The picture at the left shows Irene Wiley and Susan Wiley "Genie" in 1989.<br><br>Irene Wiley, in 1979, filed a lawsuit against "Hansen, Rigler, Kent, Curtiss, and Children's Hospital of Los Angeles" charging them with "excessive and outrageous testing....[claiming] the researchers gave testing priority over Genie's welfare, pushing her beyond the limits of her endurance."  The mention of the lawsuit appears in an article in the ''Los Angeles Times'', dated 18 Mar 1979 "Retarded Girl Used for Profit, Suit Alleges".  A photograph of the article appears in the BBC documentary on this case [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NGUP_JSRic&feature=related here in Part 6].  If you stop the tape at time 3:30 you can read that the article states "...Mrs Wiley had cared for the child as best she could..."  The lawyers for Irene were Louise Monaco and Samuel Paz.
  
 
The PBS program "The Wild Child", dated 4 Mar 1997 includes a statement that : "...Genie now lives in an adult foster care home in southern California."</td></tr></table>
 
The PBS program "The Wild Child", dated 4 Mar 1997 includes a statement that : "...Genie now lives in an adult foster care home in southern California."</td></tr></table>

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