January 28, 2013
Hospital staffers fired for info breach: Sources
By TYLER KULA, QMI Agency
SARNIA, ONT. - More than a dozen hospital staffers at Bluewater Health have been fired for allegedly accessing password-protected patient information, including the files of two people accused of murdering kindergarten teacher Noelle Paquette, sources tell QMI Agency.
The sources said the fired workers were non-clinical staff, and at least part of the information accessed without authorization earlier this month concerns the accused, Michael MacGregor, 19, and Tanya Bogdanovich, 31.
Paquette's body was found in a woodlot on Jan. 2. She'd gone missing after leaving a New Year’s Eve party in downtown Sarnia.
Bogdanovich and MacGregor are charged with first-degree murder. They appear to have been involved in a perverse online relationship that included detailed accounts of rape and violence.