- Jan 31, 2010
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^ This is a massive trial to arrange and sort out, I'm not that surprised it's taken so long, especially with the added issue of covid delaying trials.
I came straight on here after seeing this! Over 200 babies deaths could have been avoided! That is utterly shocking! Just another example further cementing for me there is something very very wrong at the core of the NHS and I don't think it can ever be fixed. Whether LL is guilty or innocent the NHS needs to take on a portion of the blame because if she's guilty how did it go on for so long without it being noticed? If she's innocent then what else lead to the deaths of these babies? Short staff? Bad management?And, coincidentally, a huge report is released into shocking levels of care at an NHS trust resulting in over 200 unnecessary deaths of babies.
Shrewsbury maternity scandal: Baby records on post-it notes went in bin - BBC News
It's actually almost four years since she was first arrested, I think? I'm sure her first arrest was 4th July 2018. Police investigations started about a year prior, I think.It's been nearly three years since Letby was first arrested. We've now got just over four months till the trial starts.
From above link
"Nick Johnson, QC, said the prosecution was offering no evidence on one of the counts of murder during a hearing at Manchester Crown Court."
Sounds as if new evidence has come to light on this one baby. Awful for the parents to have to be put through that