Greater Manchester Police (GMP) praised the CPS and thanked Stepping Hill Hospital after Victorino Chua was found guilty of murdering and poisoning patients.
GMP said it was "incredulous to believe someone in that vocation to be capable of such malevolence."
Hidden in plain sight and using unsuspecting colleagues to carry out his sinister plan, Victorino Chua deliberately poisoned and murdered those who were under his care and those who were at their most vulnerable and most in need of help.
Chua has demonstrated clear narcissistic and psychopathic tendencies and such indiscriminate poisoning is testament to that. He clearly had no regard for his patients and did not give a second thought as to who would be injured or the devastation this would cause them and their families.
It is so far from keeping with the ethos of those employed at the hospital or as health professionals generally that it is incredulous to believe someone in that vocation to be capable of such malevolence.
Kathleen Murray told GMB she woke up 'shaking uncontrollably' after being poisoned by Victorino Chua who was the nurse on duty that night.
ITV News has uncovered doubts over how qualified Victorino Chua was before he came to the UK and poisoned patients.
There are suspicions Chua may not have been a qualified nurse