Capitol Murder Trial-Texas Nurse Accused of Killing Patients


“It turns out a hospital is the perfect place for a serial killer to hide.”

TYLER, Texas (AP) — A defense attorney for a former nurse accused of killing four patients at an East Texas hospital in 2017 told jurors Tuesday that his client was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time, while a prosecutor called him “a serial killer” who found the perfect place to hide.

William George Davis, RN
William George Davis, 37.

William George Davis, 37, of Hallsville, is accused of injecting air into the arteries of four patients recovering from heart surgery at the Christus Trinity Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler, killing John Lafferty, Ronald Clark, Christopher Greenway, and Joseph Kalina. His capital murder trial in Tyler began Tuesday with a not-guilty plea.

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