By Theodore Shoebat
An Evangelical woman in Canada, named Bethe Wetlauffer, hates any Christians who go against homosexuality and Islam, and pushed for Christians to accept these two evils. She has now been charged with murdering eight people, and still believed that she was saved through Christ even after committing the murders. I did a whole video on this woman and her heresies:
According to the report:
Elizabeth Tracey Mae Wettlaufer‘s online persona is in stark contrast to the picture police have painted of the 49-year-old Woodstock, Ont., nurse, who faces eight charges of first-degree murder in the deaths of former patients under her care.
Wettlaufer studied nursing at Conestoga College in Kitchener, Ont., from 1992 to 1995, after receiving a bachelor’s degree in counselling from the London Baptist Bible College, according to her LinkedIn profile.
She was licensed as a nurse with the Ontario College of Nurses on Aug. 11, 1995, according to documents on the organization’s website, and resigned on Sept. 30 — the day after police launched their investigation.
The College said in a statement Wettlaufer is currently under investigation by their organization as well, adding they are cooperating with police.
Wettlaufer also appeared to be deeply religious and worked as a support worker with Christian Horizons, a religious organization in Woodstock that helps people with “exceptional needs” in countries around the world, from June 1996 to June 2007.
“We are shocked and saddened by these tragic deaths, and our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and the Woodstock community,” Christian Horizons CEO Janet Noel-Annable said in a statement.
“I did not ask to be born but I did ask to be born again,” a Facebook post she shared on Jan. 14, 2015 read, which appeared to reference her deep-rooted Christian faith.
Wettlaufer joined the Caressant Care Nursing and Retirement Homes in 2007, where seven of the eight patients were killed, and worked there for just under seven years until leaving in March 2014. She also worked briefly for the Meadow Park Nursing Home in London, Ont., in 2014, where one of the deaths occurred.
The privately run Caressant Care is comprised of 15 nursing homes across Ontario with just over 1,200 residents under its care.
The organization said in a statement they are “cooperating fully” with police, adding they “deeply regret the additional grief and stress this is imposing on the families involved.”
Ontario Provincial Police did not provide specific details on the deaths, but said a drug was administered to patients at two nursing homes in Woodstock and London, Ont. between 2007 and 2014.
“All I’m able to say at this time was that a drug was administered,” said OPP Det. Supt. Dave Truax during a press conference Tuesday morning.
“We’re confident at this time that all of the victims have been identified and families have been notified,” Woodstock police Chief William Renton added.