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Terri Rachals Wikipedia
Terri Rachals is a former nurse from Georgia who was accused of killing six people at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany, Georgia with potassium chloride, a heart-stopping drug. Her trial, held in 1986, found her guilty on one of twenty aggravated assault charges. The other nineteen charges were dismissed after a psychiatrist testified that she suffered from depression and other disorders that made her unaware of what she was doing.
Rachals served 17 years in prison and was released in 2003.