Former nurse who killed 8 elderly patients begins hearing victim impact statements - London

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Former nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer is in a Woodstock, Ont., courtroom today to hear from the family and friends of the eight nursing home patients she pleaded guilty to murdering while they were under her care. Wettlaufer will later address the victims' loved ones as part of her sentencing hearing, but her lawyer warns her tone is "very matter of...

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