Two more mothers think Lucy Letby killed their babies

We think Lucy Letby killed our babies too: Two more mothers say killer nurse was present when they were at hospital with their children

  • Emily Morris and another unnamed mother have raised new fears over Letby
  • They claim their babies spent time with the nurse before dying at hospital 

Two more mothers are urging police to further investigate Lucy Letby in the fear that she may have killed their children too, an investigation has revealed.

The heartbroken families claim they ‘don’t believe [they’ve] had justice’ as both their babies died shortly after their time with the killer nurse at the Countess of Chester Hospital.

These fresh allegations come just days after Letby was sentenced to 14 whole life orders following the murder of seven newborns and attempted murder of six more.

Now, among the other fearful mothers is Emily Morris, who alleges that Letby was in the room before her one-month-old son suddenly died, according to The Telegraph.

While Alvin was diagnosed with the genetic condition of muscular dystrophy (MD), medics were reportedly sure it was mild and his state was improving.

Emily Morris and another unnamed mother have raised new fears over Lucy Letby

READ MORE: Serial killer given 14 whole life orders for every baby she murdered and tried to kill – but refused to face court in last act of wickedness 

Lucy Letby will die behind bars after a judge today sentenced her to 14 whole life orders – as the killer nurse cowered in her cell rather than face the bereaved relatives whose lives she destroyed.

But the infant suddenly passed away in February of 2013 after allegedly spending time with the now convicted nurse. 

‘She was in the room the day he died,’ Ms Morris told the publication, ‘And a couple of hours afterwards, he just died. That’s why I still think in my heart that she did something to him.’ 

The 35-year-old parent even claims that Letby signed a christening book for Alvin when he was baptised at the hospital, with a message reading: ‘To Alvin, with love on your special day, Lucy x.’

During the coverage of Letby’s trial, another unnamed mother also raised her fears about the nurse’s potential involvement in her baby’s death.

Her baby girl – known only as ‘M’ – was monitored and treated with antibiotics at the hospital after being born through an emergency caesarean in 2015.

Although medics said M’s progress was encouraging, she died two days later from an unusual heart defect and lung failure. 

‘I cannot say for certain if she is responsible, but the entire situation always seemed weird to me because the entire pregnancy was fine and no one said anything was wrong with my daughter,’ the mother said.

In the midst of these fresh allegations, Cheshire Police has assured that it is committed to conducting a ‘thorough investigation’ into Letby.

These fresh allegations come just days after Letby was sentenced to 14 whole life orders

Two more mothers claim their babies spent time with the nurse before dying at hospital

Their efforts are also being supported by the Countess of Chester Hospital Trust.

READ MORE: Detective Sergeant who interviewed Lucy Letby reveals the killer was ‘cool and devoid of emotion’ 

Lucy Letby was ‘cool’ and devoid of ’emotion’ when talking about the murder of babies in her care, the police officer who interviewed her told the Mail today.

Letby is the fourth woman to receive a whole life order after Myra Hindley, Rose West and triple killer Joanna Dennehy. 

Issuing his sentencing remarks earlier this week, Mr Justice Goss said Letby displayed a ‘morbid fascination’ with seriously ill children and inflicted ‘acute pain’ as they desperately fought for life.

He told the court: ‘You acted in a way that was completely contrary to the normal human instincts of nurturing and caring for babies and in gross breach of the trust that all citizens place in those who work in the medical and caring professions. The babies you harmed were born prematurely and some were at risk of not surviving but in each case you deliberately harmed them, intending to kill them.’

The judge said Letby, who was not present, would be provided copies of his remarks and the personal statements of the families of her victims.

He said only Letby knew what had driven her to embark on a ‘cruel, calculated and cynical campaign of child murder’, and noted she had ‘coldly denied any responsibility for your wrongdoing’.

The judge said the nurse prided herself on her professionalism which enabled her to start harming children without suspicion, displaying ‘malevolence bordering on sadism’. 

He said she adopted tactics such as attacking babies when other staff were on their breaks before keeping medical documents as ‘morbid records’ of her attacks.

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