Sentencing nurse Victorino Chua to a minimum of 35 years in prison, the judge said the nurse had shown "considerable cunning" when he poisoned and killed patients at Stepping Hill Hospital.
ITV News' Damon Green was at Manchester Crown Court to hear the judge's remarks:
The judge said that he has shown 'considerable cunning'. He said 'it is a strikingly sinister and truly wicked features of the case...
'...that nearly all patients were chosen at random - as if he left it to fate to determine who would be the victim'
The former nurse - 'a dangerous and devious man' - was only spared a full life term because it was not proved that he intended to kill
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