This is a trial exhibit authorized for release by the Ontario Superior Court. The full chilling police interrogation and detailed confession of Elizabeth Wettlaufer, a Canadian nurse working in a long-term care home who was convicted of eight counts of first-degree murder for her purposeful killing of patients under her care; PART ONE of THREE.
Her elderly patients at a three long-term care facilities where she worked died between 2007 and 2014, and at a private house. She also pleaded guilty to attempting to kill four others. Her guilty pleas on June 1, 2017, make her the most prolific female serial killer in Canadian history. Her two-and-a-half-hour videotaped confession came on Oct. 5, 2016, after agreeing to an interview with Woodstock Police. She spoke with Det. Const. Nathan Hergott.
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