Jersey Police said it will review an investigation into allegations that a former nurse killed more than a dozen severely ill patients.
Allegations were first made against the staff nurse, who cannot be named for legal reasons, at Jersey General Hospital a decade ago and a police investigation was triggered, but it was later dropped on legal advice.
Today, States of Jersey Police said the case files will be reviewed and key people involved will be interviewed.
The allegations include evidence from a colleague who believed the nurse was determined to end the lives of severely ill patients by adjusting their drug intake.
According to the leaked report, the average death rate between 1998 and 1999 on the ward concerned was 4.5 deaths per month.
But in February 1999 there were eight deaths in four nights when the nurse was on duty, and a further five deaths in March also when the nurse was on shift.
The nurse is no longer employed at the hospital.
Source: Belfast Telegraph
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