Wisconsin nurse gets 13 years in prison for breaking babies' bones
WITI / Dane County
Christopher Kaphaem pleaded guilty in September to 19 felony counts, including child abuse. Injuries to the infants ranged from bruises to broken bones.

via WITI:

MADISON, Wis. (WITI) -- A nurse convicted of injuring nine infants at a Wisconsin hospital has been sentenced to 13 years in prison.

Christopher Kaphaem pleaded guilty in September to 19 felony counts, including child abuse. Injuries ranged from bruises to broken bones, even a fractured skull, and occurred between March 2017 and February 2018.

The babies were in the newborn intensive care unit at UnityPoint Health-Meriter hospital in Madison.

Kaphaem told parents attending Thursday’s sentencing that he felt shame for what he did. Kaphaem earlier told investigators he didn’t remember harming the children.

MORE: Madison nurse sentenced to 13 years in prison for harming infants — WITI

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