Niels Hoegel's deadly drugs of choice were ajmaline, lidocaine and calcium chloride — medications that he would administer to send his patients into arrhythmia or force their blood pressure to crash to dangerously low levels.
Then, the former nurse testified, after he'd taken patients to the brink of death, he would revel in attempting to bring them back to life.
Except when he didn't.
Now, Germany is coming to terms with the full scope of one of its most prolific serial killers since World War II — an apparent mass murderer who managed to escape suspicion for more than a decade because his victims were already critically sick in intensive care units.
Hoegel was sentenced to life in prison after being convicted in 2015 of two murders and two attempted murders. He had previously been convicted of attempted murder in 2008, according to the BBC.
But those trials barely covered a fraction of what authorities now say was a murderous ritual repeated during a years-long killing spree with a staggering body count.Read More...
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