Nurse Kills Dialysis Patients by Putting Bleach in IV Lines

This Angel of Death was supposed to be an Angel of Life.

Kimberly Clark Saenz. Texas Department of Criminal Justice

Kimberly Clark Saenz was hired to help people heal. The 34-year-old nurse was working at a dialysis clinic in Lufkin, Texas in 2008. Saenz was married and had two children of her own. From all appearances, she was a devoted healthcare worker, intent on giving her…

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Crime Journalist | Criminology B.A. | Studying Forensic Psych | Editor at The Greigh Area | I’ve loved true crime since Forensic Files was Medical Detectives!

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