Police said on Monday that a German nurse who was jailed for murdering two patients, is suspected of killing 84 others.
The original charges against Nils Hogel were about two killings and three murder attempts, as well as serious bodily injury, at the Delmenhorse Hospital where he worked during his arrest.
A commission was set up in 2014 to investigate the scale of his crimes, which could make him Germany's worst post-war killer, with judges claiming he was motivated by a desire to win approval by resuscitating the patients he had drugged - causing them heart failure or collapse of their circulatory systems.
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"If the people responsible at the time, particularly at the Oldenburg clinic but also later in Delmenhorst, hadn't hesitated to alert authorities - for example police, prosecutors", he could have been stopped earlier, Johann Kuehme, Oldenburg's police chief, told the AP.
It found that Hoegel had administered lethal injections to patients at a hospital in Oldenburg, where he worked from 1999 to 2001.
A chief police investigator in the case, Arne Schmidt said that this is the unique death toll in the history of German Republic. His plan was to revive them and be a hero among his pairs.
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On Monday, police presented a examined prove of 134 patients found with injected deadly drugs. 40-year-old suspect Niels Högel is already serving a lifetime prison sentence for two further counts of murder and now, the local law enforcement is investigating his involvement in the deaths of dozens of additional patients.
When the news hit the headlines, another woman approached the police with suspicions that her deceased mother was also murdered by Hoegel.
The fact that the cases go back many years and people may struggle to remember the exact details of their loved ones' deaths hurts authorities' ability to determine an exact number, Kuehme said.
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