Baby murders in England: – Now the hospital management is under investigation

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The actions of English nurse Lucy Letby are difficult to put into words: she committed the worst series of baby murders in recent British history. Police are currently investigating manslaughter at the hospital where the woman committed the insane acts.

According to Cheshire Constabulary, investigators’ focus includes hospital management and decisions related to the deaths. However, no investigation into individuals is being conducted for the time being, the statement continued on Wednesday.

Seven babies murdered
Letby, 33, was sentenced to life in prison in August for the murder of seven babies and the attempted murder of six others at a neonatal unit in the city of Chester. Further proceedings are pending in a case of attempted murder. The crimes took place in 2015 and 2016.

Ex-nurse will die in prison
Letby is now the fourth woman in Britain to be sentenced to life under a ‘life sentence’ to die in prison. She refrained from judging; the dock was empty. The mother of two victims criticized the 33-year-old’s behavior as a coward’s “last act of malice”, and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak made similar comments. He wants criminals to be legally required to attend their sentencing in person.

Great horror in Britain
The case caused great horror in Britain. What especially caused a lack of understanding was why the serial killer couldn’t be stopped sooner. Several of Letby’s former colleagues told the media that their warnings were initially not taken seriously by hospital management. The government had announced an independent investigation into the circumstances surrounding the murders and attempted murders.

Source: Krone

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