A Texas nurse convicted of killing dialysis patients by injecting them with bleach faces a possible death sentence as jurors begin deliberating her punishment.
A former nurse accused of killing five of her patients and injuring five others by injecting them with bleach was found guilty of capital murder on Friday.
The fate of a Texas nurse accused of killing five kidney dialysis patients by injecting them with bleach could soon be in a jury’s hands.
A nurse accused in the deaths of five dialysis patients has declined to testify in her East Texas trial.
A former co-worker of a dialysis nurse, on trial for killing five patients, is backing up a theory that syringes were used to measure bleach for cleaning.
An ex-employee at the Texas clinic where a nurse is charged with killing five patients said she remembers one patient having an odd response to dialysis.
A Texas nurse is set to face trial on Monday for one count of capital murder that accuses her of killing as many as five patients, by injecting their dialysis tubes with bleach.
Brandon Vance served three tours of duty in Iraq, only to end up in a hospital bed back home in Dallas.
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