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OPP will reveal new details in Elizabeth Wettlaufer murder case

CBC.ca Thursday, 12 January 2017 ()
CBC Toronto has learned that Ontario Provincial Police will update their investigation into the alleged murders of eight senior citizens in long-term care facilities in Woodstock and London, Ont. Investigators aren't ruling out the possibility that more charges could be laid against nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer.
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News video: Alleged victims' relatives speak out as ex-nurse faces new charges

Alleged victims' relatives speak out as ex-nurse faces new charges 01:37

The former Ontario nurse charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of eight nursing home residents is facing six new charges. Relatives of Elizabeth Wettlaufer's alleged victims voiced anger after her Friday court appearance.

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