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Man who infected 32 with hepatitis asks to serve his time in Michigan
David Kwiatkowski's desire to serve his 39-year federal prison term was cited by four hospital staffing agencies as one of the reasons why a lawsuit filed against them by Exeter Hospital should be transferred to U.S. District Court.
Kwiatkowski, who is also named in the lawsuit, said in an affidavit that he agreed with having the case moved to federal court.
Kwiatkowski likely won't have a choice on where he serves his sentence.
But lawyers representing the staffing agencies said in court papers that Kwiatkowski will likely remain out of New Hampshire, and has made known to prison officials his preference to serve his sentence elsewhere.
Radiologic Technologists, Maxim Healthcare Services and American HealthCare Services Association.
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