Woman Convicted of Killing Patients With Bleach Awaits Fate
A woman who was found guilty of killing five patients at a Texas dialysis center by injecting them with bleach will learn her fate this week.
A jury in Angelia County found Kimberly Saenz, 38, guilty last week of capital murder in connection with the deaths.
On Monday, they will consider whether she should be sentenced to death or put in prison for life.
The deaths took place in April 2008 when Saenz was an employee at DaVita Dialysis Clinic in Lufkin, about 120 miles north of Houston.
Prosecutors said she killed five patients by injecting them with bleach. Five others survived.