Stella Dimoko Nurse Accused Of Killing Over 60 Children Gets More Jail Time In Jail


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Saturday, May 27, 2017

Nurse Accused Of Killing Over 60 Children Gets More Jail Time In Jail

A Texas nurse who is in prison for the 1982 killing of a toddler has been charged with murder in the death of an infant a year earlier, and authorities said Friday that they think she may have killed up to 60 young children around that time.

The Associated Press- This photo provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice shows Genene Jones. 

Genene Jones, 66, has been serving concurrent sentences at a prison in Gatesville for two 1984 convictions: a 99-year prison term for murder in the 1982 death of 15-month-old Chelsea McClelland, who was given a fatal injection of a muscle relaxant, and a 60-year term for giving 4-week-old Rolando Santos a large injection of the blood-thinner Heparin, which he survived.

On Thursday, the Bexar County district attorney's office announced that Jones has been charged in the 1981 death of 11-month-old Joshua Sawyer, who investigators say died of a fatal overdose of an anti-seizure drug, Dilantin. Jones was working as a nurse in the pediatric intensive care unit at Bexar County Hospital, which is now University Hospital.

During Jones' time working in hospitals and clinics in San Antonio and elsewhere in Texas, children died of unexplained seizures and other complications.

At a news conference Friday in San Antonio, District Attorney Nico LaHood said investigators believe Jones may have killed some or all of those children because they died under unusual circumstances during or shortly after her shifts.

"She's been suspected in dozens of infant deaths and she's only been held accountable in one," he said.

It's not clear why Jones' actions, involving so many suspected victims, were not detected earlier. But Sam Millsap, a previous district attorney in Bexar County, told KSAT-TV in 2013 that medical records at the San Antonio hospital at one point were accidently destroyed, hampering efforts by investigators to prove their suspicions.

Chelsea McClelland died after receiving an injection at a clinic in Kerrville, northwest of San Antonio, and prosecutors at Jones' 1984 murder trial said the nurse lethally injected children there to demonstrate the need for a pediatric intensive care unit at a nearby hospital.

Other prosecutors theorized that Jones' tactic was to take swift medical action and save some of her victims, making herself appear to be a sort of miracle worker.

LaHood said the new murder charge is based on fresh evidence that came to light and a review of old evidence. He also said the deaths of some of the other children are being re-examined and that additional charges could be coming.

Jones has been consistently denied parole over the years. However, she was due to be released next March after serving one-third of her sentence under a mandatory release law that was in effect when she was convicted. The law was adopted in 1977 and established measures to alleviate overcrowding in Texas prisons. The law was overhauled 10 years later.

Jones, whose case has been chronicled in two books, a TV movie and numerous articles, was "emotional" when she was served an arrest warrant Thursday, LaHood said.

"We have every reason to believe that she fully expected to get out next year," he said.

Because of the new charge, Jones will be transferred to the Bexar County jail and held on a $1 million bond while the case is prosecuted. A murder conviction brings a maximum sentence of 99 years. LaHood said Jones is not eligible for the death penalty because Texas did not have such a sentence at the time of the 1981 death.

"We will do our best to ensure that Genene Jones takes her very last breath behind bars," LaHood said.

This story has been corrected to reflect that Chelsea McClelland was killed in 1982, not 1984, when Jones was convicted in her death.

from associated press.


  1. Replies
    1. *woman

      KILLER NURSE!!!!

    2. We have male nurses...calm yo' titties

    3. This particular one is a female.

  2. It serves her right.

  3. Evil woman. She looks like a man.

  4. Good riddance to bad rubbish.

  5. Chai nurse from the pit of hell

  6. Weirdo! Eruku! Serves her right.

    A land where the law works. Kudos!

  7. I hope she rots in jail, wicked bitch!! " she was looking forward to getting out next year" She really though the souls of all those defenseless children will agree! Not!!!!!😠😠😠😠😠😠😠

  8. Wicked soul.....rot in jail

  9. Omg. Did she *learn* nursing or didn't she study it?
    Why kill babies for heaven's sake.she is very wicked and should be kept away from humans.
    May God forgive her.

  10. All you nurses from the pit of hell, i'm coming for ya. Watch out

  11. I'm surprised that the spirits of those children haven't hunted her to an early grave.


  12. I read everything about her years ago...couldn't fathom why a being would be so evil.Rot in jail, old lady! Old age na bastard finally sha.

  13. Kai,see the smirk on her face,I'm quick to question these things that I hope it's not bad luck abi mistaken identity bet this mummies face says it all,I hope ur learnt your lessons madam,cutting the lives of innocent children's short.......!


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