The Good Nurse Themes

Charles Graeber
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Murder

Charlie Cullen was a nurse who was charged with caring for the sick and dying. Charlie did this, but he also found it exciting to kill those under his care. Charlie would randomly add medications to IV bags that could lead to convulsions, illness, and death. Charlie would then watch from the sidelines as these events took place, taking some kind of enjoyment out of watching others suffer.

As a nurse, Charlie was in charge of administering medication to patients. This is a position of trust that many do not think twice about. Charlie, however, took that trust and crushed it. However, it was nearly impossible for hospital administrators and police to prove that what was happening was an act of intentional murder on Charlie’s part. People often die in hospitals. Sometimes the cause is not clear.

Charlie was smart. He changed the way he was taking...

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