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By John Foxjohn

She was once employed to nurse them again to health...instead, she took their lives.

For months, the DaVita Dialysis heart in Lufkin, Texas have been baffled by means of the emerging variety of deaths and accidents happening of their health center. In April by myself, they’d rushed thirty-four sufferers to the sanatorium. yet not anyone anticipated one of these terrible reason to be in the back of it all.

Kimberly Clark Saenz was once a popular authorized vocational nurse on the heart. The East Texas nurse used to be a mom of 2, and identified for her smiles and the tales she advised to assist sufferers cross the time. yet on April 28, 2008, witnesses got here ahead to claim that rather than lifesaving drugs, they’d obvious Saenz including poisonous bleach to IV ports. seems, it wasn’t the 1st time. as soon as stuck, the surprising tale of Saenz’s murderous practices started to unravel…

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Amongst this anonymous number was Daniel Defoe, who found fame with Robinson Crusoe, and whose other freelance work at the time supposedly included a biography of Duncan Campbell (no relation), a deaf-mute Scottish soothsayer who told the fortunes of fashionable London but was sometimes accused of being a charlatan. Defoe, in Moll Flanders, makes clear his disdain for the Ordinary: when a minister is treating Moll sympathetically in Newgate, she observes that ‘he told me he did not come as the Ordinary of the place, whose business is to extort confessions from prisoners, for private ends’.

A century earlier, in 1624, a newsbook alerted readers to ‘The crying Murther: Contayning the cruell and most horrible Butcher of Mr Trat’. The newsbook, small in shape and up to 28 pages long, would normally cover just one subject such as a particularly gory murder while the broadsides were more like our idea of a newspaper, complete with sensational headline. Poor Trat, the curate of a Somerset church, had been attacked on the highway by three men and a woman, who killed him, cut him up and then boiled his limbs to disguise their crime.

But while Dawkins was a fictional character, his creator, Charles Dickens, who had worked as a court reporter and had learned shorthand, was more than familiar with the reality of crime in London and would play a crucial role in how it is reported to this day. His good friend George Augustus Sala said that what most tickled Dickens’s fancy was the latest play, ‘the latest exciting trial or police case . . and especially the latest murder’. And he became a good friend of William Harrison Ainsworth, who made his fortune by writing about Dick Turpin and Jack Sheppard.

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