The Angel Of Death (True Crime Documentary) | Real Stories



An alarming number of deaths occurring in the Intensive Care Unit of a California hospital had staff members highly concerned. Hospital staffers suspected one of the respiratory therapists was up to something. Rumor’s surfaced of a “magic syringe” used by the therapist, possibly to administer poison to kill patients in the hospital.

When drugs were found in the therapist’s possession, investigators brought him in for questioning, at which time he admitted to killing hundreds of people. Without corroborating evidence, however, authorities would have to let him go.

Forensic scientists were brought in to develop a method of detecting the suspected poisons in the bodies of past victims. When poison was detected in several bodies exhumed by authorities, the respiratory therapist called “the angel of death” would finally be convicted.

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  1. Oh my goodness!! This is why hate hospitals..u hv to be very careful where u go for treatment. Seriously, they didn't suspect even after 2nd,3rd time healthy recovering patients..odd. Oh my goodness they r evil humanbeings out der, can't imagine how vunerable u already r when ur sick & helpless..realying on the most important people in the health care industry to be empathetic..however some of them do the most horrif murders. It is shocking.

  2. Some people are just pure evil. 🙁 Too many loop holes in the justice system where these people have to be let out of jail. Laws need to be changed to protect the victims.

  3. you know i find it ironic that they say 'some of the names have been change' when their names have been mentioned on other documentaries regarding to the same criminal case

  4. Not All Medical professionals not Angels. Some are Demons. I have had a real life experience like this in a Hospital in Delhi. May the Lord Punish all these demons

  5. So, my question is: How is Efren Saldivar now in prison? Did he really actually suffer for the consequences of his action? How i wish the other prisoners is making his life miserable EVERY SINGLE DAY

  6. So, my question is: How is Efren Saldivar now in prison? Did he really actually suffer for the consequences of his action? How i wish the other prisoners is making his life miserable EVERY SINGLE DAY

  7. So, my question is: How is Efren Saldivar now in prison? Did he really actually suffer for the consequences of his action? How i wish the other prisoners are making his life miserable EVERY SINGLE DAY

  8. They must have deal with it at the early sign. It is very unfortunate to wait so long. People died in meantime.

  9. Efen Saldivar,the human with the secret of evils mind. Become serial killer to the innocent patients at the hospital,so sad & scary. There was satan work at the hospital ready to kill every patients with his silent killer. Crazy. One of the nurse had been notice Efen Salvidar color and why she didn't report to the medical officers? Thank God the police got him.

  10. Any Nurse who suspected anything this man was doing should have reported immediately to their managers, and if nothing done then work their way up the chain of command! That’s why they have a chain of command. As a Nurse I feel really angry about this and I hope those who didn’t needed fired, snd that the hospital lost their shirts in court! That could be someone I love.

  11. If he did it because if 'workload', he wouldn't be killing people that were set to be released early or that only had a couple of days left in hospital or that got a lot better from being very sick. He would only be killing people that were known to be on death's door, that had no great chance of improving, people that were on life support to be switched off soon or almost definitely.

    He did it for power and probably because he got a sick thrill from watching them die, sometimes slowly.

  12. When I saw how many ads there were in this video, I immediately rated low and closed it. Who you foolin’??

  13. It's funny that during most interrogations all the detective needs is a confession too the murder after a suspects is brought in, but here the murderer confesses, but its not enough to convict him…..odd!

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