Nurse who killed 2 patients may have murdered 84 more

Posted August 29, 2017

In a gruesome incident that came to light on Monday, police officers in Germany have said a male nurse who was awarded life imprisonment, two years ago for killing two patients with lethal overdose of drug has in fact murdered at least 90 patients in total.

Niels H was charged in 2015 for the murders of two people along with two attempted murders at a clinic in the north-western town of Delmenhorst - though prosecutors have long presumed he killed more people and put the figure to 43 at least a year ago. The main cause of the death in many cases could not be identified because of the bodily remains had been cremated.

After this incident, the authorities exhumed several bodies and found the presence of traces of the drug.

Police examined hundreds of deaths at hospitals where he had worked in the north-western city of Oldenburg and the nearby town of Delmenhorst. The reports of Police said that those two were not the only who were targeted by him, there may other similar murders.

In Britain, Dr. Harold Shipman was believed to have killed as many as 250 people, majority elderly and middle-aged women who were his patients.

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Prosecuters said Hoegel would try to successfully resuscitate his patients after inducing a heart failure or circulatory collapse, German broadcaster Deutsche Welle reported.

"The death toll is unique in the history of the German republic", chief police investigator Arne Schmidt said.

Niels Hoegel is already serving a life sentence following his 2015 trial in Oldenburg, Germany.

"The murders could have been prevented", Kuhme said.

Police said on Monday that they had researched extra passings at doctor's facilities in the northern German urban communities of Oldenburg and Delmenhorst in the wake of uncovering the remaining parts of 134 individuals with connections to Niels H.