A New Orleans physician, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, faces near Third World conditions as her hospital patients receive no outside aid or relief. Feeling five of her patients were dying, she administers drugs to ease their suffering. As a result, Dr. Follette is charged with practicing euthanasia under the guise of pain management. Your job as a juror--to decide guilt of innocence. Ripped from the headlines of Hurricane Katrina this ethical dilemma will have your students discussing some of the essential questions of life and death. Video from 60 Minutes and Boston Legal available. See SamuelGomberg@aol.com for details.