Lucy Letby Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Nurse, Charged, Arrested

Lucy Letby Wiki – Lucy Letby Bio

Lucy Letby faces charges of murdering five boys and two girls and attempting to murder another five boys and five girls between June 2015 and June 2016.

A nurse was tried today accused of murdering seven babies and attempting to murder 10 others.

Lucy Letby faces charges of murdering five boys and two girls and attempting to murder another five boys and five girls between June 2015 and June 2016.

Age

Lucy Letby is 32 years old.

Charged & Arrested

A children’s nurse appeared in court today accused of murdering seven babies and attempting to kill ten more in 12 months while working in an NHS neonatal unit.

Lucy Letby allegedly murdered five boys and two girls and attempted to murder five boys and five girls, between June 2015 and June 2016 at the Countess of Chester Hospital in Cheshire.

Letby, from Hereford, is said to have embarked on a year-long killing spree while working in the neonatal unit.

Letby, of Hereford, Herefordshire, was working in the neonatal unit of the Countess of Chester Hospital in Chester at the time of the alleged murders and alleged attempted murders.

The defendant denies all the allegations.

Letby appeared in the dock today at Manchester Crown Court wearing a dark suit.

Letby’s parents, John, 76, and Susan, 62, watched as proceedings were relayed to annex courtrooms attended by families of the children involved and journalists.

A court order prohibits reporting of the identities of surviving and deceased children allegedly attacked by Letby and prohibits identifying parents or witnesses connected with the children.

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The trial at Manchester Crown Court is estimated to last up to six months.

The hearing has been adjourned until Thursday when the legal argument is expected to take place.

Earlier this year, Letby was initially been charged with murdering eight babies and trying to kill 10 more.

At a hearing at Manchester Crown Court on June 10, Nick Johnson QC said the prosecution was offering no evidence on one of the counts of murder.

Mr. Justice Goss formally directed a verdict of not guilty to be recorded on that count.

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