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A nurse in the Netherlands is suspected of killing more than 20 patients during the pandemic

A nurse in the Netherlands is suspected of killing more than 20 patients during the pandemic

Hospital: Theodoor V. was working at Wilhelmina Ziekenhuis Assen when he allegedly killed several patients.

The nurse himself is said to have explained that he “helped them out of suffering”.


It was the hospital itself that announced the arrest in a press release.

The nurse was arrested on April 17 and is suspected of being involved in several deaths during the Corona pandemic.

– The arrest shocked us, the hospital wrote in a press release.

The nurse has been identified in the Dutch media as Theodoor V. (30). Since 2019 he has been working at Wilhelmina Ziekenhuis Assen in North Holland.

Once the hospital received a report of concern about Theodore, he was suspended. The hospital has also notified the equivalent of the Dutch Health Authority and the police.

I confess to myself

On Thursday, the clause was filed in the case and Ministry of Justice So you can report the issue.

Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad He writes that a report of anxiety came to the hospital from a nursing home.

Theodore F. is said to have said in many conversations with various health workers that he killed about 20 patients when he worked in the lung department during the epidemic.

Police do not wish to comment on the number of patients suspected of killing Theodore F.

He is said to have explained that, without the knowledge of the attending physician, he gave what he called medical treatment to what he thought were dying patients.

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He thought the father died of Corona

A close relative has been spoken to Algemeen Dagblad unknown. The person says the police said there would be 24 patients.

– My father died in the hospital in April 2020. We thought he died of pneumonia as a result of the coronavirus. Then there was a lot of uncertainty at the beginning of the pandemic. Now, three years later, my 72-year-old mother has been contacted by the police with this message, the person says.

The police did not tell the next of kin how Theodore F. was said to have killed the patients.

– It has not been proven that he killed my father. (…) You assume your father is safe in the hospital, says the relative.

RTL He talks to the daughter of another patient whom Theodore F. suspected of killing.

It is not up to him to decide the lives of others. If he really did, it was K