Prosecutor wants life for accused serial killer nursing aide

IMG class=hide alt=”Prosecutor wants life for accused serial killer nursing aide” src=”” (ANSA) – Rome, March 26 – Rome prosecutors on Wednesday requested a life sentence for Angelo Stazzi, a nursing-home aide accused of murdering elderly people by injecting them with massive doses of insulin. P”He used the syringe the way a sniper would use a gun,” prosecutor Gabriella Fazi told the court./PPShe said Stazzi is a cruel, narcissistic serial killer obsessed with committing the perfect murder, which makes him a candidate for life in prison in the deaths of five of the elderly people under his care./PPThe prosecution asked for acquittal in another two deaths, because it could not prove Stazzi was responsible./PPStazzi, 69, is already serving a 24-year sentence for the 2001 murder of former lover and colleague Maria Teresa Dell’Unto, 58, whose remains were found buried in his garden. He was sentenced for that slaying in 2010, the year he was investigated by a cold-case homicide unit in the suspicious deaths in 2009 of 10 elderly people, both men and women, in two nursing homes where he worked as an aide in charge of administering medication./PPAll 10 died of insulin overdose. The investigation was set off when one of the retirees, a woman, attempted to resist Stazzi, and was hospitalized with massive doses of insulin in her bloodstream./P
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