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License to Kill Bonus: Interviewing Kimberly Clark Saenz
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License to Kill Bonus: Interviewing Kimberly Clark Saenz

Lufkin, Texas District Attorney Clyde Herrington discusses the police interview of Kimberly Clark Saenz. According to Herrington, as the interview progessed, Saenz appeared to become intoxicated, leading officers to believe she had "taken something" before meeting with police. In 2012, Saenz was found guilty of the 2008 murders of five dialysis patients and injuring five other patients.