Nurse Served Evidence Against Her Of Killing Infants & others in hospital! Shocking!
Written by Famitha mohamed Published on Aug 19, 2023 | 12:50 PM IST | 203
Nurse in UK Serves Disturbing Text Messages Uncover the Heinous Actions of Her Own!
In a shocking and deeply disturbing case that has rocked the medical community, British nurse Lucy Letby has been convicted for the murder of seven newborn babies and the attempted murder of six others in the neonatal unit of the hospital where she worked. Her actions, involving injecting air into their bloodstreams, overfeeding them, and poisoning them with insulin, have now established her as the most prolific child killer in modern UK history.
What made Letby’s case particularly unsettling was the emergence of text messages that served as crucial evidence against her. As reported by the BBC, these messages not only revealed her alarming reactions to the escalating infant fatalities but also indicated her manipulation of colleagues for sympathy and volunteer shifts in the neonatal intensive therapy unit (ITU) at the Countess of Chester Hospital.
Let’s delve into excerpts from these chilling messages, exposing the extent of Letby’s heinous actions and the emotional manipulation she employed:
June 9, 2015:
After Letby claimed her first victim, Baby A, she messaged colleagues expressing her reluctance to face the parents after the incident. She also referred to Baby B, whom she had attacked before June 11, and conveyed the heartbreak of the parents in the mortuary.
June 13, 2015:
In the aftermath of Baby A’s death, Letby messaged a colleague about the disturbing images haunting her. She later added that only those who witnessed the aftermath of the infant’s death truly understood the horrors in her mind. Shockingly, within minutes of this conversation, Baby C, a baby boy, became severely unwell and died.
June 14, 2015:
Continuing her unsettling conversations, Letby discussed the emotional toll on healthcare workers who witness such tragedies. She emphasized that the ultimate pain was borne by the parents who had to leave the hospital without their child.
June 22, 2015:
After the death of Baby D, Letby once again reached out to colleagues, reflecting on the inexplicable nature of infant deaths and pondering the role of fate in such matters.
August 4, 2015:
In the wake of Baby E’s death, Letby engaged in a conversation with a colleague who expressed empathy for her challenging experiences. Letby acknowledged that she had been responsible for the twins, Baby E and Baby F, and shared the harrowing details.
August 5, 2015:
A day after Baby E’s death, Baby F’s health declined critically. Letby recounted the heartbreaking scene of saying goodbye to Baby F’s parents, revealing the emotional turmoil she was experiencing.
During the trial, prosecutors revealed Post-It notes found at Lucy Letby’s residence, where she had written admissions of being “evil” and deliberately causing deaths. This chilling evidence, as reported by the BBC, further highlighted Letby’s sinister intentions and the gravity of her actions.
NURSE LUCY’S OWN WRITTEN EVIDENCE
September 26, 2015:
Letby responded to a manager’s positive remarks, hinting at the distressing comments that had recently been made about her role. She stressed her commitment to providing the best care for the babies and their families.
October 13, 2015:
As the incidents continued, Letby requested to keep a critically ill baby under her care, raising further suspicion.
June 23-25, 2016:
In a horrifying turn of events, Letby continued her sinister actions, killing Baby O and Baby P. She reached out to a doctor friend, discussing concerns about questions asked by Dr. Gibbs and seeking reassurance.
The emergence of these text messages shed light on Letby’s emotional manipulation of colleagues, her attempts to deflect suspicion, and her disturbing reflections on her actions. Her case has drawn comparisons to infamous medical murderers like Harold Shipman and Beverley Allitt, igniting a thorough investigation into her tenure at both the Countess of Chester Hospital and the Liverpool Women’s Hospital.
This case serves as a stark reminder of the darkness that can lurk within the medical profession, revealing the importance of vigilance, thorough investigations, and ethical practices to prevent such tragic events from occurring in the future.
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