Experts probe ‘malevolent acts’ against 12 babies at Lucy Letby’s hospital


MEDICAL experts investigating Lucy Letby have reportedly found evidence of “malevolent acts” against other babies.

Police are currently looking into all 4,000 neonatal baby admissions in the two hospitals the monster worked across four years.

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Britain’s most prolific child killer was convicted of murdering seven babies and attempting to claim the lives of six moreCredit: PA

It is believed the serial baby killer may have been committing evil crimes since 2012.

An inside source close to the investigation claimed there were 12 babies who suffered unexplained collapses, according to their notes.

After being reviewed by experts it was reportedly concluded that “several” of them indicated “malevolent” involvement.

All 12 babies survived and there were no charges related to these incidents within Letby’s trial.

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Britain’s most prolific child killer was convicted of murdering seven babies and attempting to claim the lives of six more.

Cheshire Police have since announced that the force will be investigating all 4,000 babies admitted during her nursing career.

The investigation was named Operation Hummingbird and was responsible for seeing Letby caged for life.





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