Kimberly Clark Saenz is a former licensed nurse in Texas and a convicted serial killer.
She was tried and convicted of the murder of several patients.
The killings were carried out by injecting bleach into their dialysis lines.
In 2007, she went to Lufkin, Texas, where she worked as a nurse at the DaVita dialysis clinic.
Previously, he had been fired at least four times from her health care job.
One of the dismissals came after his superiors arrested Saenz for stealing Demerol and cheating on a urine test.
She also suffered from drug addiction and often stole drugs from pharmacists.
Not only that, but she was also arrested for being drunk in public.
As well as criminal offenses after committing physical violence to her husband to 2007.
In the spring of 2008, the Lufkin DaVita clinic saw an unusual spike in patients who fell seriously ill during their treatment.
Paramedics were called to the clinic 30 times in April – double the number of calls last year.
Several days later, the number of critical patients continued for no good reason and made paramedics scared.
The worst case is the death of two patients, Thelma Matcalf and Clara Strange, of a heart attack on April 1.
Therefore secretly, hospital officials secretly wrote a letter to the state health inspector to do a check.
On April 28, 2008; with inspectors on-site, two more patients, Marva Rhone and Carolyn Risinger, suffered from a severe drop in blood pressure.
Patients Linda Hall and Lurlene Hamilton later testified that they saw Saenz pull the bleach solution into two syringes.
Then inject the substance into the Rhone and Risinger dialysis lines.
Hospital coordinator, Ami Clinton asked Saenz directly about what he had done.
Ami admitted that she used a syringe to clean the dialysis machine, but this was against hospital policy.
When checked, the bucket Saenz used, as well as the syringe, tested positive for bleach.
The police were called in, and the clinic was closed for two weeks.
After several other syringes used by Saenz tested positive for bleach, he was fired the following day.
Sometime later, Saenz’s defense was unacceptable and he was arrested on five counts of murder.
This includes five counts of assault with a lethal weapon.
According to one of Saenz’s co-workers, Candace Lackey, Saenz has expressed displeasure with a number of patients, all of whom died or were coded.
False forensic evidence by some doctors and chemists proves that the flow of bleach into the blood will cause their red blood cells to explode.
Furthermore, it has an impact on iron.
Known as hemolysis, this activity resulted in the death of a heart attack and death.
Saenz was eventually sentenced to 5 life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.