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Nursing Home Serial Killer

Bernnie Federko

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She also appears to have contributed several poems to a site called allpoetry.com.



The profile name is bettyweston, but her own name is also attached to the poems, and the accompanying photo is one that appears on Wettlaufer's Facebook page.

Links to the poems are not currently working.

One poem titled Inevitable, written about five years ago, talks about taking a life:



She watches some life drain from the notch in his neck vein.



As it soothingly pools it smothers her pain.



Sweet stiletto so sharp craves another cut.



Obeying a call she moves to his gut.



Blade traces a line from navel to spine



grating on rib bones slicing intestine.



Another poem titled Working Happy, from about six years ago, focuses on her care for the elderly:



Maybe it's the rye or the time of night but my day was not so bad.



Filled with work and satisfaction and old people.



See I work with old people and I love their candidacy,



their points, their wrinkles, their frailties their refusing to eat anything but ice cream, even their smell.
 

ndrwrld

TRIBE Member
CAMH apparently gave the cops a heads up on her...took a while because it had to bounce through several enforcement agencies.
this woman is fucked.
 

Maui

TRIBE Member
It's a difficult difficult difficult difficult serial killer today. All the cameras, DNA testing...etc...

We really need someone to step up to these challenges and paralyze a few city in fear.
 
She also appears to have contributed several poems to a site called allpoetry.com.



The profile name is bettyweston, but her own name is also attached to the poems, and the accompanying photo is one that appears on Wettlaufer's Facebook page.

Links to the poems are not currently working.

One poem titled Inevitable, written about five years ago, talks about taking a life:



She watches some life drain from the notch in his neck vein.



As it soothingly pools it smothers her pain.



Sweet stiletto so sharp craves another cut.



Obeying a call she moves to his gut.



Blade traces a line from navel to spine



grating on rib bones slicing intestine.



Another poem titled Working Happy, from about six years ago, focuses on her care for the elderly:



Maybe it's the rye or the time of night but my day was not so bad.



Filled with work and satisfaction and old people.



See I work with old people and I love their candidacy,



their points, their wrinkles, their frailties their refusing to eat anything but ice cream, even their smell.
You'd think that she was a 14 year old goth that cuts herself with this poem. Born in the wrong era.
 
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