Elizabeth Wettlaufer, the worst health- care killer in Canadian history, finally spoke Monday.
Jane Sims, The London Free Press
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By the end of the interview with the Woodstock police, killer nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer admitted people would likely think she’s “a monster.”
Disgraced former Woodstock nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer is expected to plead guilty today to eight counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of seniors at long-term care homes in Southwestern Ontario.
Elizabeth Wettlaufer, the former long- term care nurse accused of serial murder, seemed to be looking around for a familiar face.
Former nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer is about to make her second trip back to Woodstock since she was charged with multiple murders.
The former nurse charged with eight counts of first-degree murder of long- term patients suspected to have died of drug overdoses was fired from a Woodstock nursing home “for failing to follow insulin protocol.”
The former Woodstock nurse charged with eight counts of first-degree murder sought out psychiatric help on her own in the days before the police investigation swung into high gear into the deaths of vulnerable long- term care patients.
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Postmedia has asked the courts to unseal more of the search warrants in relation to the investigation of a former long-term-care nurse charged with eight counts of first-degree murder of elderly residents.
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Arpad Horvath Jr. was the only family member of the dead to see former nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer’s monthly court formality.
For the first time since her arrest on eight counts of first-degree murder, Elizabeth Wettlaufer is making an unexpected trip from jail back to Woodstock next week.
Susan Horvath said Elizabeth Wettlaufer’s brief court appearance was like walking into her father’s funeral all over again.
The jury’s trip to the place where Woodstock school girl Tori Stafford was murdered was considered by the Crown to be a necessity.
It took no more than two minutes for accused nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer’s video court appearance, a formality so speedy that even she seemed surprised.
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For more than two months, she watched, listened and pondered over the trial of a man who brutally raped and murdered a Woodstock schoolgirl.
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