Elizabeth Wettlaufer is escorted by police from the courthouse in Woodstock, Ontario, in June 2017. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP Elizabeth Wettlaufer is escorted by police from the courthouse in Woodstock, Ontario, in June 2017. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
Elizabeth Wettlaufer is escorted by police from the courthouse in Woodstock, Ontario, in June 2017. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
Crime

Canadian serial killer nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer wouldn’t have been caught if she hadn’t confessed, inquiry reveals

  • Wettlaufer, 52, is in jail for life for injecting eight seniors in her care with fatal overdoses of insulin
  • Changes needed in health care system to avoid similar tragedies in future, government-appointed commissioner says

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Elizabeth Wettlaufer is escorted by police from the courthouse in Woodstock, Ontario, in June 2017. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP Elizabeth Wettlaufer is escorted by police from the courthouse in Woodstock, Ontario, in June 2017. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
Elizabeth Wettlaufer is escorted by police from the courthouse in Woodstock, Ontario, in June 2017. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
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