Malmö Östra hospital murders
Malmö Östra hospital murders is the name of a Swedish case of serial murders committed by the then 18-year-old Anders Hansson at a hospital in Malmö between October 1978 and January 1979. Hansson poisoned elderly patients during working hours as an orderly with detergents Gevisol and Ivisol.
At the long-term care part of the hospital a total of 27 patients were poisoned to death, with at least 15 confirmed to be victims. Another 15 patients were also victims of attempted murder. In August 1979, Hansson was sentenced to closed psychiatric treatment, where he remains to present day. Hansson is considered to be Sweden's most prolific serial killer.
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