Killer nurses, usually nicknamed "Angels of Death" have been documented since the dawn of the profession. Canada's Elizabeth Wettlaufer is one of the world's most famous killer nurses, having preyed on nursing home patients throughout the province of Ontario over a span of nine years. Wettlaufer's weapon of choice was insulin, which allowed her to kill or injure her elderly patients with little to no risk of ever being caught. In the fifth episode of our Killer Canucks series, we take a look at Canada's very own "Angel of Death", Elizabeth Wettlaufer.
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