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Lifetime for 85 patients

A German nurse received a life sentence for killing 85 patients.

Lifetime for 85 patients

On Thursday, German nurse Nils Hegel, who is considered the bloodiest serial killer in post-war Germany, was sentenced to life imprisonment for killing 85 patients.
Hegel admitted that he deliberately gave lethal injections to patients to demonstrate his resuscitation skills to his fellow servicemen, but often could not bring them back to life. Former colleagues said they called him "Rambo resuscitator" because he pushed other doctors away when the patient had a cardiac arrest.
“What you have done is so incomprehensible that I cannot believe it,” said Judge Sebastien Bürmann to Hegel, announcing the verdict. “Sometimes, even the darkest fantasy is not enough to describe what you did.” The judge apologized to the relatives of the victims of the 42-year-old Hegel for the fact that the court could not completely “lift the whole fog” surrounding the whole scale of his murder. "Hegel trampled on your dignity and the dignity of those you lost," he said.

The former medical attendant is already serving a life sentence after being convicted of killing two patients and attempting to kill three others. But the full scale of his atrocities became apparent only after the end of many years of investigation.
From 2000 to 2005, working as a nurse in two clinics in the north of Germany, Hegel experimented with various drugs to stimulate cardiac arrest in patients and demonstrate his skills to colleagues by saving them.

But resuscitation often ended in failure, and patients died. Hegel's crimes were first uncovered in 2005, when he was caught at the time a patient was given a medicine that changes the rhythm of the heart.

Then he was convicted of attempted murder and sentenced to seven years in prison. And the investigation, meanwhile, began to ask questions about the death of other patients whom he served.

In 2015, he was convicted of killing two patients and attempting to kill two others. It was then that Hegel first admitted that he had given lethal injections to even more patients, and a major investigation was launched, including the exhumation of more than 130 bodies.
According to experts, the full scale of the murder of Hegel could never be known. German police believe he could have killed more than 200 patients, but in many cases there is no evidence for this, because more than 70 of his potential victims were cremated.

Hegel himself acknowledged the fact of 55 murders, but denied or claimed that he could not remember others. Investigators believe that the nurse has committed his atrocities from vanity, boredom and a desire to boast to their colleagues.

As a result, he was convicted of 85 murder cases and sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole or parole. According to observers, this is a very rare sentence, imposed only in the most exceptional cases in Germany.

Source: Russian newspaper

07.06.2019 09:48:02
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