The Story of Serial Killer Dr. Harold Shipman
Britain's most prolific known serial killer wasn't a ripper or strangler. He was a licensed physician, bound in theory by the good medical practice guidelines of the General Medical Council established in 1858, making care of patients his "first concern" while "being open, honest, and acting with integrity."
The "healer" nicknamed Doctor Death achieved none of those goals. But even knowing what he did, the question still remains: Why did he kill?