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Though the victims themselves may be gone, their families remember — and generations with no firsthand experience of violence may still feel wronged.
Christopher’s father is a wronged man, unwilling to let go of bitterness.
But legal experts say Theranos isn’t the only potentially wronged party here.
Any overtures are hers to make, as the wronged party.
If a wronged party isn’t willing to participate, the court isn’t likely to take up an offender’s case—although in some circumstances, Sheehan said, a victim may be able to send a representative in their place.
In Cincinnati, outside the Reds' Great American Ballpark, Pete Rose, who got his very own statue recently, was always a wronged man.
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