From the Author
From that day on, Saenz, the DaVita Lufkin supervisors,Lufkin police officers, and people inside the Angelina County DA's office wouldnever be the same.
In truth, no one wanted to believe what the two elderlypatients said they saw. It was just too inconceivable that a nurse would intentionallyharm patients, and especially by injecting them with bleach.
What the two witnesses told DaVita supervisors floored them,but as the shock wore off, in a way, relief set in. They now had an answer tothe question of why patients had been dying.
Knowing the answer is one thing, but proving it is entirelydifferent. If Saenz was indeed guilty of injuring and killing patients, theweight of the case--one that no detective in the world ever had to think aboutbefore, would rest on one Lufkin detective's shoulders.