Relatives of patients who suffered at the hands of Stepping Hill Nurse Victorino Chua say they'll never forgive what he's done.
Inquests are being held in Stockport today into the deaths of ten patients.
Six of the deaths followed poisoning attacks which formed part of the prosecution against the Filipino nurse.
The deaths of a further four patients of suspected hypoglycaemic attacks happened at the same time Chua had contaminated saline drips and solutions.
The family of Beryl Hope, who died after being given contaminated insulin, have released a statement.
Mrs Hope's inquest is one of the ten being heard today.
Chua, 49, is serving a life sentence with a minimum of 35 years in jail for murdering 2 patients and poisoning 20 more.
He continues to maintain that he is 'completely innocent of any wrongdoing' and his legal team is considering appealing his conviction.