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Shelby Minero returned to North High School for the first time in two years on Sunday to repay a favor. Marine Corps boot camp. So, Shelby put on the cap and gown and carried a photograph of her brother across the stage to collect his diploma. Shelby Minero graduated from North High in January , but by the time her graduation ceremony came aground in May, she was in a hospital bed in Rochester, Minnesota, undergoing chemotherapy treatment for leukemia. Shelby said she always wanted to walk in her graduation ceremony and was excited to fill in for her little brother. She drove the eight-hour round trip from her home in Nebraska to make the ceremony. Shelby spent six months at the Mayo Clinic undergoing chemotherapy treatments.
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The sisters had made a series of medical decisions for him in the hospital then, they learned the dead man was not their brother at all. Bennett-Johnson said a nurse told her police identified him through mugshots and not through fingerprints because of budget cuts. The sisters signed papers to take him off a ventilator and gave permission for doctors to perform a tracheotomy. But we made all kinds of decisions on someone that wasn't our family.