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Baby-Killer Nurse Lucy Letby Jailed For The Rest Of Her Life


Prolific Child Killer Lucy Letby Sentenced For Murders Of 7 Babies

On Monday, a British nurse was sentenced to life imprisonment with no chance of parole for her involvement in the deaths of seven infants and the attempted murders of six others at the hospital in the UK where she was employed.

Lucy Letby, 33, received a whole life order from Manchester Crown Court in northern England, effectively ensuring lifetime incarceration. Letby opted not to appear in court, sparking discussions about potential changes in the law to mandate the presence of defendants during their sentencing proceedings.

Following her conviction by a jury on Friday, Letby, who has become known as Britain’s most prolific recent child serial killer, was revealed to have targeted the babies under her care through methods such as introducing air into their blood and stomachs, overfeeding them with milk, physically abusing them, and administering insulin to poison them, according to information presented in court.

The accusations against Letby and her subsequent guilty verdict prompted an official government inquiry, as questions arose regarding how she managed to evade detection for an extended period.

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Between 2015 and 2016, Letby secretly assaulted 13 infants in the neonatal ward of the Countess of Chester hospital, as stated by Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in a statement released on Friday.

Prosecutors contended that Letby’s primary intention was to cause fatal harm to the babies while deceiving her coworkers into believing that the deaths had natural causes.

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“I don’t think we will ever get over the fact that our daughter was tortured till she had no fight left in her and everything she went through over her short life was deliberately done by someone who was supposed to protect her and help her come home where she belonged,” the mother of one victim said in court.

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