Published: Fri, March 31, 2017
USA | By Cassandra Hanson

'Angel of Death' serial killer badly beaten in Ohio prison

A serial killer known as the "Angel of Death" after he admitted killing three dozen hospital patients in OH and Kentucky during the 1970s and '80s was beaten in his cell and is in critical condition, state authorities said Wednesday.

Donald Harvey was allegedly beaten Tuesday afternoon at the Toledo Correctional Institution in OH, where he is serving time for murder.

There's no word on whether there are suspects at the Toledo prison or his current medical condition.

A serial killer who pleaded guilty to 37 murders has died after he was badly beaten in his jail cell.

"Harvey, now 64, claimed he was trying to end his patients" suffering.

Harvey escaped the death penalty by accepting the plea bargain agreement.

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Harvey was apprehended in 1987 after a coroner discovered cyanide in a hospital patient who had been died and investigators traced it to him.

Harvey's convictions eventually blamed him for 37 murders during the 1970s and 1980s, in OH and Kentucky, and according to reports his unproven claims may have tied him to more than 80 deaths. He has also claimed responsibility for a further 18 deaths.

"I'm not upset that Donald Harvey has now been a victim himself ... not upset at all", Nadel said following reports of his prison attack. "They just pronounce him dead and send him straight to his funeral home".

"The doctors go and spend all these years in school", he said. "I'm not a mean person, and I forgive and forget, but all the families of the people in the hospital, their friends, even the man he lived with, how can you do that to people?"

He used arsenic and cyanide to poison majority, often slipping it into food. Some of the patients were suffocated when he let their oxygen tanks run out. He was caught after a medical examiner smelled cyanide while doing an autopsy on a victim.

Harvey is now serving 15 life sentences and will be first eligible for parole when he's 91 years old.

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