Pennsylvania Nurse Receives Life Sentence for Fatal Insulin Overdoses: ‘Pure Evil’

Pennsylvania Nurse Receives Life Sentence for Fatal Insulin Overdoses: 'Pure Evil'
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A nurse from Penn­syl­va­nia, Heather Press­dee, has been sen­tenced to life in prison after admit­ting to admin­is­ter­ing fatal dos­es of insulin to patients, result­ing in the deaths of 17 individuals. 

Press­dee plead­ed guilty to three counts of first-degree mur­der and 19 counts of attempt­ed mur­der in a But­ler Coun­ty courtroom.

The case came to light after fel­low nurs­es report­ed sus­pi­cious inci­dents involv­ing Press­dee, who worked at a nurs­ing home in the area. 

Press­dee alleged­ly told anoth­er nurse that some patients “need­ed to die.” Fam­i­ly mem­bers of the vic­tims expressed their grief and anger dur­ing the sen­tenc­ing, with Nicholas Cym­bol­’s sis­ter, Melin­da Brown, call­ing Press­dee “pure evil.”

The judge hand­ed down a sen­tence of hun­dreds of years, ensur­ing that Press­dee will spend the rest of her life behind bars.

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