Female Killers Podcast

The Death Shift: Genene Jones

April 26, 2019 Season 1 Episode 7
Female Killers Podcast
The Death Shift: Genene Jones
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Female Killers Podcast
The Death Shift: Genene Jones
Apr 26, 2019 Season 1 Episode 7
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he nurse’s name is Genene Jones, and it was confirmed that she killed two children, but it is thought it is over 60. Nurses started calling her “The Death Shift” because a child always died during her shift.
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When we think about a nurse, we think about a person who wants to help us get better.  Nurses are part of the medical team that we should trust.  We have already met a sexually-deprived nurse who lost that trust when she killed many patients. Now, we will be talking about a second one who is just as bad, probably even worse because her target were innocent children.  I want to say a huge thanks to an Instagrammer who recommended this next female killer.  I am not sure she would like to be named so she will remain anonymous.  The nurse’s name is Genene Jones, and it was confirmed that she killed two children, but it is thought it is over 60.  Nurses started calling her “The Death Shift” because a child always died during her shift.




Speaker 1:
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[inaudible] the fairer sex bombshell bitch, mother, girl, boss lady are some of the ways that had been used to describe women killer. It's usually not a word that comes to mind. Welcome to the female killers podcast where we will explore women have killed out of revenge. Love for just pure evil. Yeah.
Speaker 2:
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When we think about a nurse, we think about a person who wants to help us get better. Nurses are part of the medical team that we should trust. We have already met a sexually deprived nurse who lost that trust when she killed many patients. Now we will be talking about a second one who is just a spad probably even worse because her target was innocent children. I want to say a huge thanks to an Instagrammer who recommended this next female killer. I am not sure she would like to be named so she will remain anonymous, but again, thank you. The nurse's name is Janine Jones and it was confirmed that she killed two children, but it is thought that is really over 60 nurses started calling her the dash shift because the child always died during her shift.
Speaker 2:
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On July 19th 50 Janine Jones was born in Texas and immediately put up for adoption. She was adopted alongside three other children in later interviews, Jeanine would say that she felt like the black sheep of the family and that she never felt accepted. She was sometimes pretend to be sick to get attention. Jones was also known for being aggressive, a liar and a manipulator. As 16 years old, Janine lost her 14 year old brother Travis. When a bomb accidentally blew up in his face. It was said that she was devastated and made a huge scene at his funeral. Some people think this, her future actions, her adopted father would die of cancer the following year, which was also another huge blow when she was 19 Janine got married, they had a child and then her husband enlisted in the navy. While he was gone, it was said that she had multiple affairs and would actually brag about them. Jones trained to be a beautician due to her mother's urges. When her husband returned home, they had a second child. She would eventually leave her kids with her adopted mother. Her husband and her relationship wasn't the greatest and it was very violent. They eventually got divorced and in the divorce paper she said it was due to that violence during this time and another brother, an older one would die of cancer
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as a beautician. Janine became fearful that the dyes would give her cancer, so she decided to become a licensed vocational nurse. She started her training and completed it in a year. She went on and worked at San Antonio's Methodist Hospital, but she was fired after eight months for her behavior. She then went to work at Bexar County Medical Center hospital for four years. During her time there, 47 infants died under suspicious circumstances. The other nurses became suspicious and started telling the head nurse Pat Belko about it. They told her how weird it was that infants in Janine's care constantly needed to be resuscitated. Seven infants died in the span of two weeks and Janine was saying singing to an infant's corpse when she was delivering the body to the morgue. Belko dismiss their complaints as jealousy during this time as well. The infants and toddlers, we're having issues with bleeding problems. They would bleed from their mouth's punctures. Even the rectum's. The hospital finally started to realize that maybe the nurses suspicions were not due to jealousy. A committee was formed and they started discussing if they should fire her or call the police. However they were afraid she was sue them and all the other legal actions that would be fall them. Their solution, getting rid of all the licensed vocational nurses and replacing them with registered nurses. This is what they decided to do. Instead of calling the police, allowing Janine to continue her dangerous actions against little infants and toddlers.
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Dr. Kathleen Holland, Higher Jones in her clinic. People warn the doctor that there was something seriously wrong with Jones, but the doctor dismissed the warnings and hired her in August, 1982 over the next two months, seven infants placed under Joan's care had unexpected seizures. In September, 1980 to 15 month old Chelsea McClellan was brought in for routine immunization. Jones gave her one out of two vaccination injections that the toddler was supposed to receive. When Janine gave Chelsea the first one, the toddler started having a seizure. Chelsea's mother told Jones to stop, but she ignored her and gave Chelsea the second one. After vitally jerking around, Chelsea went limp and died. Dr. Holland started to have her own suspicions when she was talking to Jones about the seizures at the clinic out of the blue. Joan said she found a missing file of syncing syncline since Silk Kaline is a muscle relaxant and it's called sucks for short, if not used properly.
Speaker 2:
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It's also a hard to detect poison. A hundred milligrams of sucks. We'll destroy every muscle in the body of 154 pound man in about 20 seconds and the patient will not be able to take another breath for at least five minutes. Therefore, imagine an infant. Dr Hollins started looking at the vials in the locked room in her clinic that only Jones and her had access to, she found than an unopened vile had two tiny pricks in the rubber top. Doctor Hollin Fire Janine Jones and called the police. When the vial was sent to forensics, it was found that it was filled with sailing because Jones had already used up all the sucks and was trying to cover her tracks.
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The court found Janine guilty in 1984 for the murder of 15 month old Chelsea McClellan. It was found that Jones used the sucks, the paralyzing relaxing on the toddler. Janine received a 99 year sentence for that crime. She also received a concurrent sentence for using blood thinner on four week old Rolando Santos in San Antonio. Luckily, that child survived in 2016 it was found out that Janine was scheduled to have early release in 2018 due to overcrowding in the texts in prison. She was jelled at proxy cuter Squirt Day and night to prevent that from happening. They indicted her and the death of 11 month old Joshua's sire as well as for other counts. This cost a judge to dismiss the release and so she remains in jail.
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During in October, 1998 prison interview for a parole review. Joan's tearfully told a parole officer, I really did kill those babies. Testified assistant district attorney Jason Gross, who was leading the prosecution on five additional murder charges. On another occasion, ghost told the court a fellow inmate wrote the parole board opposing Jones release explaining that Jones had told her I didn't kill those babies. The voices in my head did it is thought that she was the inspiration for Stephen King's Annie Wilkes of misery. If you have ever read the book or seen the movie, you can get a sense that it's a good thing that this woman remains in prison.
Speaker 2:
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It is really upsetting that a lot of infants in, yeah, others could have been saved from Janine Jones grasp if it wasn't for the team at Bexar County Medical Center hospital. And I feel that they should have been charged as well because they basically were accomplices to what this woman was doing. And I just don't understand how no charges were place on them. And if anyone knows of anything different, please, you know, send me a message and let me know because I just can't understand how, just because they were afraid to get sued, they allow this woman to go scot free and didn't do anything to protect innocent children. So thank you again to be Instagram or who gave me the name of this female killer. Um, she definitely deserves to remain in jail and this is definitely to protect the little infants and toddlers out there who can't do anything to protect themselves from this woman. That's this week's episode of the female killers podcasts. Don't forget to join me next week for another episode. Did you love the episode? Please subscribe rate and leave a review. It is very much appreciated and I'll see you again next week.
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