A Kentucky nursing home worker who admitted to murdering residents in 2007 retracted his confession before his arrest, according to recently released court records that shed new light on what may have motivated both the crime and the worker's decision to come clean.
A murderer still at large used insulin shots to kill residents of a skilled nursing facility in Australia, according to authorities. The case is strikingly similar to one in the United States, in which the perpetrator recently confessed.
A terminally ill Kentucky man has confessed to the 2007 murder of an 86-year-old woman who was living in a nursing facility where he worked as a medical technician, authorities in Louisville announced Tuesday. Another resident also died under similar circumstances, raising questions about multiple homicides.