I can tell you that I knew this nurse briefly. I probably spent four or five hours with her over the course of a month, in 2000.
I can tell you that I was surprised to find that she was accused of hurting anyone, not because she came across as being really warm and caring, necessarily, but because she was too focused on other things. I never heard her complain about her patients. She wasn't too hot about some of her coworkers, but even that wasn't a big concern.
She had some marital issues.
She had some drug issues which for a nurse were (IMHO) monumental, but for that community weren't much to get excited about. (If she walked too slowly to report someone in arrest, perhaps it was because she was under the influence? I don't remember her chemicals of choice.)
I am surprised that she is still married to her husband.
I can also tell you that a trooper came to interview me in connection with her case, maybe in 2001 or 2002, that I told him everything that I could remember off the top of my head, and that my supervisor (at the time I knew the former nurse), who never saw, spoke to, interviewed or otherwise interacted with the former nurse informed me that since she was my supervisor at that time, she would be the official face of the agency with regard to the case. I don't know if she testified or otherwise rendered an opinion, professional or otherwise.
I can tell you that I thought it was pretty darned odd that her defense didn't look for me anyway, because one thing I said to the trooper was that I was pretty surprised when she was accused. I don't think she had it in her.
And, if memory serves, she does not have the proper demographics for Munchausen's, since (I don't think) she had a sickly sibling or parent as a young child, which would have put her in the frame of mind of wanting attention and approval from medical types because she had been somewhat neglected as a child.
But that's just me.