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License to Kill Bonus: Michael Swango Poisons His Co-Workers
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License to Kill Bonus: Michael Swango Poisons His Co-Workers

S1/EP8 Billy Meyer, a chief investigator with the Quincy Police Department, recalls investigating Dr. Michael Joseph Swango, who had been accused by his paramedic co-workers of poisoning them. Swango was arrested in October 1984 for poisoning his co-workers, and during a search of his apartment, police found Tero ant poison, books on Satanism, guns, survival knives and recipe cards for pesticides, botulism and cyanide mixtures.
License to Kill Bonus: Visiting Serial Killer Michael Swango
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License to Kill Bonus: Visiting Serial Killer Michael Swango

S1/EP8 James McCarthy, a former FBI Special Agent, recalls going to interview Michael Joseph Swango, a former physician and serial killer who poisoned patients and co-workers, in prison. Swango pleaded guilty to murdering four victims in 2000, and he is currently serving four life sentences at the ADX Florence supermax prison near Florence, Colorado.
License to Kill Bonus: The Trial of Michael Swango
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License to Kill Bonus: The Trial of Michael Swango

S1/EP8 Dennis Cashman, a judge from Quincy, Illinois, remembers overseeing the case of Michael Swango, who had been charged with poisoning his paramedic co-workers at a local hospital. Worried Swango could be a potential danger during the trial, Cashman ordered a padlock to be placed on an ice machine so Swango could not have access to it and potentially harm more co-workers.
License to Kill: Pregnant Patient Accuses Dr. Joseph Michael Swango
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License to Kill: Pregnant Patient Accuses Dr. Joseph Michael Swango

In one of serial killer Dr. Joseph Michael Swango's cases, a pregnant patient accused him of injecting her with an unknown substance, shortly after which she went into convulsions. The patient survived and told nurses at the hospital what happened, but Swango denied any wrongdoing. Following suspicion from medical authorities, his privileges were suspended, and Swango fled the area.
License to Kill: Dr. Joseph Michael Swango's Disturbing 'House of Horrors'
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License to Kill: Dr. Joseph Michael Swango's Disturbing 'House of Horrors'

Quincy Police Department Chief Investigator Billy Meyer recalls searching Dr. Joseph Michael Swango's disturbing "house of horrors." Meyer says he was "totally shocked and amazed at the same time" after finding "one giant chemistry lab" at Swango's apartment, which was mostly filled with deadly poisons and recipe cards for various toxins.
License to Kill Bonus: The Arrest of Efren Saldivar
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License to Kill Bonus: The Arrest of Efren Saldivar

S1/EP7 Detective Tony Futia discusses arresting and interrogating Efren Saldivar, a respiratory therapist and serial killer. Saldivar later pleaded guilty to killing six victims and attempting to kill a seventh, admitting that he murdered patients through methods such as suffocation or lethal injection with drugs like Pavulon and succinylcholine chloride, which halt breathing.
License to Kill Bonus: Investigating Efren Saldivar
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License to Kill Bonus: Investigating Efren Saldivar

S1/EP7 Sergeant John McKillop from the Glendale Police Department recalls the investigation of Efren Saldivar, who pleaded guilty to the murders of six patients and the attempted murder of another patient. Saldivar killed his victims through methods such as suffocation or lethal injection, using drugs like Pavulon and succinylcholine chloride to halt their breathing.
License to Kill Bonus: Police Interview Medical Murderer Efren Saldivar
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License to Kill Bonus: Police Interview Medical Murderer Efren Saldivar

S1/EP7 Detective Will Currie from the Glendale Police Department remembers interviewing Efren Saldivar, who pleaded guilty to the murders of six patients and the attempted murder of another. Detective Currie called in Saldivar for his initial interview, and although Currie did not have a lot of information about the respiratory therapist's murders, he wanted to "keep [him] talking."
License to Kill: Jean Coyle Survives Suspicious 'Code Blue'
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License to Kill: Jean Coyle Survives Suspicious 'Code Blue'

Michelle Elmore, the daughter of Jean Coyle, discusses her mother's near-death experience at Glendale Adventist Medical Center in February 1997. Coyle survived a "code blue" after being resuscitated, and when Elmore talked to Coyle the following morning, Coyle expressed that "someone was trying to do something" to her and had caused her to stop breathing.
License to Kill: Glendale Police Investigate Deaths At Adventist Medical Center
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License to Kill: Glendale Police Investigate Deaths At Adventist Medical Center

Law enforcement recall interviewing respiratory therapist Bob Baker, who worked alongside Efren Saldivar, another respiratory care therapist at Glendale Adventist Medical Center in Southern California. Police say Baker told them he believed someone was killing patients, and that Saldivar had once told another employee that he had a ''magic syringe.''
License to Kill Bonus: The Investigation of Caretaker Denise Michelle Goodwin
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License to Kill Bonus: The Investigation of Caretaker Denise Michelle Goodwin

Former detective Mo Mekenes-Parga from the San Diego Police Department remembers her interview with Denise Michelle Goodwin, who was Gerald Rabourn's caretaker before he vanished in October 2010. Mekenes-Parga said she had a "gut feeling" something had happened to Rabourn and that he had not simply left town with his new girlfriend as Goodwin had claimed.
License to Kill Bonus: Gerlad Rabourn and Denise Michelle Goodwin
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License to Kill Bonus: Gerlad Rabourn and Denise Michelle Goodwin

Ralph Scobey, the son of Carolyn Rabourn, recalls calling Gerald Rabourn, his mother's husband, after Carolyn's death. Scobey said Gerald was distraught and crying and that he promised to call back the following day. When he called that next morning, a woman named Denise answered the phone and said that Gerald had met a new partner, which Scobey had trouble believing.
License to Kill Bonus: What Happened to Gerald Rabourn?
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License to Kill Bonus: What Happened to Gerald Rabourn?

Former detective Mo Mekenes-Parga from the San Diego Police Department Missing Persons Unit recounts the case of Gerald Rabourn, who disappeared in October 2010. When Mekenes-Parga reviewed the case report, it explained Rabourn had a new girlfriend and that he no longer wanted to have a contact with his family. Mekenes-Parga spoke with Rabourn's daughter, Mary Weaver, who was adamant something was wrong.
License to Kill Bonus: Investigating Serial Killer Nurse's Aide Donald Harvey
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License to Kill Bonus: Investigating Serial Killer Nurse's Aide Donald Harvey

S1/EP5 Pat Minarcin, a former news anchor, remembers investigating nurse's aide and serial killer Donald Harvey, who would ultimately admit to killing 37 people. Harvey used a variety of methods to kill his victims, including asphyxiation, turning off their respirators, injecting air into their veins, and poisoning them with arsenic, cyanide, and rat poison.
License to Kill Bonus: Donald Harvey Admits to Murdering John Powell
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License to Kill Bonus: Donald Harvey Admits to Murdering John Powell

S1/EP5 After 44-year-old John Powell suffers a horrific motorcycle crash, he is sent to the Daniel Drake Memorial Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. Powell dies weeks later, and during his autopsy, the Hamilton Country Deputy Coroner smells burnt almonds, an indicator of cyanide. He alerts authorities, who later uncover that Powell was poisoned by nurse's aid Donald Harvey.