Female nurses in hospitals were too lazy to explain the cause of death to their families and poisoned more than 20 patients.


Female nurses in hospitals were too lazy to explain the cause of death to their families and poisoned more than 20 patients.

Original title: too lazy to explain the cause of death to the family members, Japanese nurses poisoned and killed more than 20 patients

In recent years, the homicide of medical and nursing staff has come out in an endless stream: some people claim to have "heard God's instructions", and some are committed to "enjoy the process of saving people again".

But the motive behind this case is shocking. Kuboki Ayumi, a 31 year old Japanese nurse, was suspected of killing 48 patients during 2016. Recently, the defendant finally pleaded guilty to "at least 20 cases" and explained the motive of the crime.

Because he was too lazy to explain the cause of death to his family, he tried to escape the suspicion by poisoning his patients at the time of shift.

According to Nikkei Chinese news, Kanagawa County police first arrested Kuboki, who was still working in hospital, in July 7th.

A murderer's pantograph from a Japanese medium

In the middle of the arrest, the police said Kuboki Ayumi was accused of mixing the disinfectant in the infusion bag of the inpatient Nishikawa Hide (at the age of 88) from 3 to 5 p.m. on September 18, 2016. In addition, Kuboki Ayumi acknowledged the homicide charge when he was arrested, and apologized for "doing something very apologetic".

The deceased Nishikawa Hide

However, this is only the tip of the iceberg, and the prosecution knows it.

According to the Nikkei Chinese network, since July 2016, the 4 floor of the hospital in Kanagawa, Yokohama, Japan, has been killed in a succession of patients: sometimes one day, sometimes a day to die two or three, a total of two or three months, during which 48 patients died.

Great mouth hospital (now renamed) map from the Nikkei

Until the same year, in September 20th, another 88 year old man, Yamaki Nobuo, died from the same cause of death, and the hospital turned the suspect from "medical equipment health problems" to "human factors". It is worth noting that the last moment of Nishikawa Hide and Yamaki Nobuo's life was spent in the 406 ward.

The deceased Yamaki Nobuo

And Kuboki Ayumi happens to be one of the 406 ward nurses. In addition, the police found 50 bags of unused drops in the nursing station on the 4 floor, and about 10 bags found a small hole left by the syringe needle, and the contained disinfectant was in accordance with the autopsy sample of the toxin.

Data map

But the great mystery of this case is that both Yamaki Nobuo and the death of Xichuan are all happened after Kuboki's bow.

To this question, the party who has been arrested by the police confessed that he had injected disinfectant into the patient's liquid to control the dead time when he was in the handover of the class with his colleagues.

"I don't want to see a sharp deterioration in the physical condition of the patient," Kuboki Ayumi added. "I don't want them to die when I am on duty, so it's very troublesome to explain to the families of the patients. If the responsibility is in my opinion, it will be very troublesome.

Kuboki Ayumi in the student age

Frankly lenient Kuboki Ayumi seemed to be relieved at once, and he told the police that he was willing to "apologize for death." But when asked how many people he killed, Kuboki suddenly "can't remember" and said, "there are at least 20 people."

In this way, he recognized more than 20 counts of murder. But this is far from the number of "48 deaths" before.

In this regard, Kuboki Ayumi also claimed that his former responsible patient died when he was told by his colleagues that he might be in fault, suggesting that his behavior was influenced by the comments of others.

But the police did not buy it.

First of all, Kuboki Ayumi, who had been interviewed by the media in 2 months (November 2016) after the incident, pledged, "the number of deaths is a bit more, but nothing strange, it's all dying." I was shocked to hear that someone was committing a crime, but it has nothing to do with me. "

In addition, Kuboki Ayumi said he only started with "myrrh saved" patients. The police are doubtful about it. The Asahi Shimbun quoted sources as saying that some of the 48 dead were not terminally ill.

Finally, the autopsy report of 4 patients indicated that the cause of death was not caused by "injecting disinfectant", suggesting the possibility of "other means of committing a crime".

For these reasons, the relevant departments said that the investigation will continue. This shows that the Kanagawa prosecution's final accusation against Kuboki Ayumi has not yet been formed, and how long the latter will face prison is uncertain.

But we can refer to other countries' punishment for the same cases.

In 2017, a Canadian nurse named Elizabeth Wettlaufer was sentenced to life imprisonment and was not allowed to be released on parole for 25 years. Witeloff admitted that he had poisoned 8 elderly people in two nursing homes he served in between 2004 and 2014. In her confession, she wrote, "I heard the voice of God at that time. Every time I killed a man, I felt a torrent of heart."

Waite Law F (middle) from Australian newspaper

In 2015, German nurse Hoger (Niels H o gel) was sentenced to life imprisonment for killing 2 patients and then added to 97 other murder charges in January this year. Earlier, German prosecutors said Hoger had actually killed more than 100 people - the most serious murder in Germany since the end of the Second World War.

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