KILLER nurse Lucy Letby is facing a retrial on one count of attempted murder against a baby girl.
Letby, 33, was previously convicted of murdering sevenand trying to kill six others in a year-long reign of terror.
Lucy Letby is facing a retrial on one count of attempted murder[/caption]
Jurors failed to reach verdicts on six counts of attempted murder relating to five babies.
Prosecutors revealed they are seeking a retrial against her on one of the outstanding counts relating to baby girl Child K.
Letby appeared via videolink today from HMP New Hall to hear the decision.
The five alleged victims were baby girls Child H, Child J and Child K and baby boy Child Q.
A provisional retrial date due to last between two and three weeks has been set for June 10, 2024.
Letby killed seven babies while working at Countess of Chester Hospital.
She was handed a whole life order last month that means she will be never be released from prison.
Letby refused to enter court to face justice in what the families of her victims described as a “final act of wickedness from a coward”.
Letby was given a whole life sentence last month[/caption]
She was convicted of murdering seven babies[/caption]
September 25, 2023 at 03:17PM
from The Sun