German nurse killed more than 80 people

Lucy Bush
August 29, 2017

"It is simply not possible to say how many people he killed".

Last year, prosecutors thought the number of victims could have been as high as 43.

Nurse Niels Hegel means claimed to have killed about 90 patients in the intensive care departments of hospitals in the cities of Delmenhorst and Oldenburg. Investigators have exhumed the bodies of dozens of Hegel's former patients in Delmenhorst and Oldenburg in northern Germany to investigate.

"Eighty-four killings. leave us speechless", Mr Kuehme said.

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Numerous deaths could have been prevented if health authorities had acted more quickly on their suspicions, said Johann Kuehme, police chief in the northwestern city of Oldenburg. "And as if all that were not enough, we must realise that the real dimension of the killings by Niels H is likely many times worse".

The fact that the cases go back many years and people may struggle to remember the exact details of their loved ones' deaths hurts authorities' ability to determine an exact number, Kuehme said. He worked at a clinic in Delmenhorst, an urban district in Lower Saxony, at the time, ITV reported.

The 40-year-old's victims received lethal drug doses at units where he worked, and relatives of patients who died in clinics where he worked urged police to investigate further.

The daughter of a deceased woman came forward suspecting Hoegel's involvement in her mother's death, leading to an investigation which saw him admit guilt in 30 cases, naming the patients he killed.

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Hoegel is already sentenced to jail for life.

The German Nils Hogel, a medical practitioner, is suspected of at least 84 murders committed in Germany from 2000 to 2005.

The victims' names have not been released.

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