Actor and elder abuse victim advocate Mickey Rooney gives emotional testimony before a 2011 Senate Special Committee on Aging titled “Ending Neglect Financial Elder Abuse" on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Actor and elder abuse victim advocate Mickey Rooney gives emotional testimony before a 2011 Senate Special Committee on Aging titled “Ending Neglect Financial Elder Abuse" on Capitol Hill in Washington. ROD LAMKEY JR AFP/Getty Images File Photo
Actor and elder abuse victim advocate Mickey Rooney gives emotional testimony before a 2011 Senate Special Committee on Aging titled “Ending Neglect Financial Elder Abuse" on Capitol Hill in Washington. ROD LAMKEY JR AFP/Getty Images File Photo

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