ETX serial killer's conviction upheld after appeal fails
San Antionio, Texas (FOX51) — The Texas Fourth Court of Appeals has upheld the sentencing of East Texas serial killer Kimberly Saenz.
According to the opinion released by the state, they affirmed her conviction, Wednesday morning.
On Monday, April 12, 2012, Saenz, of Lufkin, was sentenced to life in prison by an Angelina County Court.
Saenz was convicted of injecting bleach into 10 dialysis patients in 2008 and five of those died as a result.
She began appealing her case on Wednesday, April 4, 2012.