UK Nurse found guilty of murdering seven babies

Nurse Lucy Letby has been found guilty of murdering seven babies who were being looked after on a neonatal ward.
The murders happened at the Countess of Chester Hospital between June 2015 and June 2016
Letby, 33, is the UK’s most prolific killer of babies in modern times.
She has also been found guilty of attempting to murder another six babies and will be sentenced on Monday.
She was found not guilty of two counts of attempted murder and the jury were undecided on a further six counts of attempted murder.
The lead consultant at the neonatal unit tells the BBC hospital bosses failed to investigate allegations against Letby – the government has ordered an independent inquiry.
Police are reviewing the admissions of 4,000 babies to hospitals where Letby worked – but stress they are not investigating all 4,000.

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