According to reports, since 2016, a British nurse was arrested in the neonatology department of a hospital for the third time on suspicion of a terrorist attack, accused of murdering eight babies and attempting to murder another ten babies.
According to The Sun, 30-year-old Lucy Letby, who works at the Countess of Chester Hospital, is issuing an alert to the facility regarding the large number of deaths in the area from March 2015 to July 2016. He was arrested after a three-year investigation initiated.
According to the store, the Cheshire hospital in southeast Liverpool conducted an internal investigation when medical staff discovered that the premature baby had cardiopulmonary failure.
A statement said: “The Crown Prosecutor’s Office has authorized the Cheshire Police to carry out the murder of a medical professional in order to conduct ongoing investigations into the deaths of many babies at the Countess of Chester Hospital.”
It added: “Lucy Leby, located on Arran Avenue in Hereford, is facing eight counts of murder and ten counts of attempted murder.”
After she was arrested this week, the police said that the parents of all the victims were informed of the progress of the severe incident and received emotional support from well-trained police.
Chief Detective Inspector Paul Hughes said: “A dedicated team of detectives has been making great efforts for this highly complex and very sensitive case. They will do everything they can to find out the cause of the death and collapse of these babies as soon as possible. “The Sun reported that the person responsible for the detection.
He added: “This is an extremely difficult time for all families. It is important to remember that, fundamentally, there are many families who have lost their loved ones looking for answers about what happened to their children.”
Letby is expected to appear in Warrington District Court later on Thursday.
This nurse was first arrested on suspicion of murder in July 2018 because investigators kidnapped her to the death of 8 babies and tried to murder 6 other babies in the hospital.
According to local reports, the authorities have been investigating the deaths of 17 infants between 2015 and 2016, as well as 16 other “non-fatal collapses,” which were described as a severe decline in the health of the infant but the child survived.
Lebby has been released on bail since July 2018. The Sun reported that after her previous arrest, police searched her residence in Blacon, Chester.
According to the “Guardian” report, before being qualified as a child nurse, she worked in the neonatology department for three years, as a student nurse, and continued to work in the department after graduation.
A friend of the time, Jordan Sands, said: “She was clumsy and annoying, but she looked like a kind person.” Another person called Lebby an “amazing person.”
Lebby also actively participated in a $4 million fundraising campaign to build a new neonatal ward in the hospital. The death rate of the disease cannot be explained.
“I hope the new department can provide greater privacy and space,” she told Chester and the regional standards organization when supporting the sport.