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now decades after the killing began the court has jailed him for life for killing eighty five people the worst killing spree in post war Germany this man lost his grandfather to her goal sixteen years ago on this other my promise my family at the time that I would not totally and show that the killer is in prison on that also those responsible I believe it's very important for all of us to bring those responsible to justice those who made it possible that these murders became a series of minute , some of the victims died here in Oldenburg well hope who worked as a nurse until two thousand and two many more died in Talmon holes where he was employed until the time of his arrest in two thousand and five hiding behind a book he was convicted and sentenced for two motors ten years later , last October he was back in court again refusing to reveal his identity to face further charges he admitted to being the country's deadliest Keller of modern times murdering a hundred patients with lethal injections so that he could play the hero by trying to revive them , this confession didn't and the story he's finally been sentenced to life in prison for the deaths of eighty five people whose trust he betrayed the seats will come to smoke what's next in the investigation and trial against the hospitals in Oldenburg Intel models I hope it will be confined says it I mentioned and the connection of the two hospitals is made the playoffs law have four called the cold banned him from practicing as a nurse for life under German law he could be released off the fifteen years of his life sentence could be enforced info