Nurse Convicted of Killing 7 Infants in Her Care, Betraying Trust
A British nurse has been found guilty of murdering seven infants and attempting to murder six more between 2015 and 2016. The 33-year-old nu...
A British nurse found guilty of murdering and attempting to murder infants
A British nurse has been found guilty of murdering seven infants and attempting to murder six more between 2015 and 2016. The 33-year-old nurse, whose name has not been disclosed, has become the worst serial killer of babies in recent times in the United Kingdom. The trial, which lasted for 10 months at Manchester Crown Court, resulted in convictions on 14 out of the 22 counts she faced. The jury was unable to reach verdicts on six additional counts of attempted murder, and she was found not guilty on two counts of attempted murder.
Horrific acts of abuse against babies in the neonatal ward
A nurse at the Countess of Chester Hospital in Chester, England, has been accused of committing horrific acts of abuse against babies in the neonatal ward. The nurse allegedly injected air into their blood and stomachs, overfed them with milk, physically assaulted them, and poisoned them with insulin. These shocking allegations have been reported by CNN.
Verdict announced by the Crown Prosecution Service
A nurse has been found guilty of murder and attempted murder in the UK. She was convicted for causing the deaths of seven babies and attempting to murder six more. The nurse's actions resulted in seven guilty convictions for murder and seven counts of attempted murder. The Crown Prosecution Service announced the verdict in a press release.
Handwritten notes and suspicious infant deaths lead to investigation
In a recent police investigation, handwritten notes were discovered in a nurse's home, including one with a disturbing message claiming responsibility for certain actions. The trial, which began last October, revealed that doctors at the nurse's workplace noticed a suspiciously high number of infant deaths or sudden collapses. When no medical explanation could be found, the hospital alerted the authorities, leading to the ongoing trial.
Nurse sentenced to life in prison for deliberate harm
A nurse in the UK has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering eight babies and attempting to kill ten others. The nurse, who worked at a hospital, deliberately administered lethal doses of insulin to the infants, causing their deaths. The court described her actions as a perversion of her profession and a deliberate attempt to harm and kill. The nurse deceived her colleagues and tried to pass off the harm she caused as a worsening of the babies' existing conditions.
Evidence of intentional harm and falsified documents
In a recent trial, prosecutors presented evidence suggesting that a nurse intentionally harmed babies in her care. The evidence included the fact that the babies were in good health before the attacks and that their recovery from the nurse's attempts to kill them was unusually fast. Investigators also discovered falsified medical documents, such as altered change time reports, which were used to conceal the nurse's involvement in the deaths.
Text messages and social media activity reveal disturbing curiosity
A nurse has been found guilty of murdering eight babies and attempting to kill ten others at a hospital in the UK. The nurse's text messages and social media activity revealed an "intrusive curiosity" about the parents of the babies she harmed. The Chief Crown Prosecutor expressed sympathy for the families of the victims and commended the prosecution team and police investigators for their dedication to securing justice.