Start your free 2-week trial Wettlaufer, who pleaded guilty to her crimes last month and was sentenced to life in prison, is said to be among Canada’s most prolific serial killers.
Before insane asylums were built, the bulk of care for the mentally ill rested squarely on the shoulders’ of the patient’s family and relatives.
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