CODE BLUE EMERGENCY; GENENE JONES (WOMEN SERIAL KILLERS)

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What Is Code Blue Emergency About?

In “Code Blue,” a short booklet of approximately 6,000 words, best selling author and historian Sylvia Perrini tells the harrowing true story of serial killer Genene Jones. A nurse who got off on the excitement of creating Code Blue medical emergencies.

Genene played life-and-death games by injecting numerous babies with life-threatening drugs, putting them in mortal peril and then putting herself forward as the heroine when the babies pulled through. Unfortunately, many did not.

Finally caught and convicted, she was sentenced to 159 years in prison. No one knows for certain how many babies perished at her hands as many of the records were destroyed. It is thought however, that Genene may have murdered almost fifty infants dating back to the beginning of her nursing career in 1978.

What is particularly terrifying about this case, is the hospital that suspected her of harming the children, gave her a glowing reference to continue her killing spree else where. In the new clinic where she worked, she created six new code blue emergencies. Not all of the infants survived.

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