Victorino Chua sentenced to 35 year min term life sentence before considered for release for murders.
In sentencing Victorino Chua, Mr Justice Openshaw QC described how Grant Misell was left with brain damage after the nurse poisoned him directly.
The court was told Chua flushed his drip with saline contaminated with insulin himself.
He suffered a terrifying hypoglycaemic attack which caused a severe brain injury.
Chua has watched as he was in agony, moaning in pain but did not help him.
In Grant Misell's victim impact statement, he described how his life had been destroyed. He had been an accountant, negotiating multimillion pound deals and now says he can no longer hold down a job stacking shelves.
Patients poisoned by Stepping Hill nurse Victorino Chua & victims families are packed into public gallery waiting for him to be sentenced
Mr Justice Openshaw says he has read all the victim impact statements & doesn't intend to hear any of their individual accounts.
Victorino Chua's Defence QC making case he should not receive a whole life tariff - claiming he didn't intend to kill or cause serious harm
Judge summing up facts of case against Victorino Chua describing how he contaminated saline with considerable cunning.
Judge said it was a striking, sinister and truly wicked feature of case he left contaminated saline for other nurses to administer.
Judge said Chua had left it to fate who would be the victim. He's describing Tracey Arden's death at the nurses hands.
Tracey Arden's family say daughter had been fighting her illness for 12 years. Chua took away that fight & she was instead wickedly poisoned
Derek Weaver's family talked of the indescribable pain her brother suffered when poisoned. Both victims chosen at random by Chua.
Judge describing how Victorino Chua poisoned Grant Misell, leaving him with severe brain damage. Chua left him in agony.
Kathleen Murray told GMB she woke up 'shaking uncontrollably' after being poisoned by Victorino Chua who was the nurse on duty that night.Read the full story ›
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A nurse will be sentenced later for killing patients and poisoning others at Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport. Victorino Chua injected insulin into saline bags and ampoules while working on two wards in June and July 2011. The 49-year-old was convicted of murdering two patients but cleared of a third murder by the jury at Manchester Crown Court.
Greater Manchester's Chief Constable, Sir Peter Fahy praised the detectives who worked on the case and said catching Chua required an extensive and thorough investigation.
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Killer nurse Victorino Chua is facing life in jail when he is sentenced today for poisoning and murdering patients.
Filipino Chua, 49, described as a narcissistic psychopath by detectives, was convicted of murdering two patients and poisoning 19 others with insulin by a jury at Manchester Crown Court yesterday following a three month trial.
Tracey Arden, 44 and Alfred Weaver, 83, died while a third person, Grant Misell, 41, was left brain damaged.
His victims' loved ones are expected to be in court as Chua is sentenced to a minimum of two mandatory life sentences for the murders.