Last Tuesday, May 28, the Italian Justice sentenced the nurse Fausta Bonino for the murder of four patients in the hospital in the city of Piombino, in the province of Livorno (center), after a long judicial process lasting several years.

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Bonino worked in the intensive care unit of the medical center and was arrested in 2016 on accusations of causing the death of a dozens of patients between 2014 and 2015, after injecting them with large doses of an unprescribed heparin anticoagulant.

In the context of a long procedure, the nurse was accused of the death of ten people and finally received absolution for the death of six of the patientsaccording to local media.

In 2019 he received a first life sentence for the death of four, but She was acquitted after appealing the sentence.

However, the Supreme Court ordered the case to be reopened, annulled her acquittal and this Wednesday, May 29, she was convicted again by a second-degree appeal court in Florence.

The nurse’s lawyer regretted the conviction and assured that in the case there are “many inconsistencies” and “many facts that don’t add up.”

“We will surely appeal to the Supreme Court,” said the lawyer, Vinicio Nardo, who denounced “the ordeal that has lasted eight years and has not ended” for his client.

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