UK Nurse is on Trial for the Murder of Seven New Borns and the Attempted Murder of Ten More
LONDON — A neonatal nurse in England is accused of killing seven babies and trying to kill ten more between 2015 and 2016.
When the infants passed away or collapsed, Lucy Letby was a “constantly evil presence” in the new born ward of the Countess of Chester Hospital, according to the prosecutor.
She Entered a Not-Guilty Plea
On Monday, British prosecutor reported that the neonatal nurse at a hospital is suspected of poisoning two babies with insulin. She killed seven babies and tried to kill ten more babies did these things.
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Five boys and two girls died when they were babies while Lucy Letby, now 32, worked at the Countess of Chester Hospital in northwest England from 2015 to 2016. She has been charged with the murder and attempted murder of 10 boys and 10 girls.
Letby Asserted His Innocence
Manchester Crown Court prosecutor Nick Johnson said in his opening statement that there has been a significant increase in the frequency of neonatal deaths and “serious catastrophic collapses” since 2015.