Warped Supporters of Lucy Letby Send Letters to Killer Nurse in Jail
Supporters of Lucy Letby, the nurse convicted of murdering seven babies and attempting to kill six more, are openly sending her letters while she serves a whole-life order in prison.
Members of a Facebook group dedicated to Letby, known as the “Nurse Lucy Letby Group,” have revealed their intentions to write to her, with some even claiming to have already sent letters and eagerly anticipating her responses.
These actions have stirred controversy, as others question why anyone would correspond with a convicted baby murderer.
While the Facebook group contains some controversial theories suggesting Letby’s innocence, it also faces criticism for its members’ decision to write to a child serial murderer.
Letby, originally from Hereford, is currently appealing her convictions, sparking discussions about the timing of her potential appeal decision.
This development comes as a scientist, Sarrita Adams, leads a group called Science on Trial, arguing that Letby’s conviction could be a miscarriage of justice due to unreliable expert advice and scientific misunderstandings.
Despite being cleared of two counts of attempted murder, Letby’s case remains contentious, with concerns raised about additional potential victims and harm done to children under her care.
As police continue to investigate her actions, one mother has claimed that Letby took a disturbing photograph of her baby daughter with a dislodged feeding tube, leading to serious health issues.
Dr. Dewi Evans, the main prosecution expert, believes there may be more victims, emphasizing the dark nature of Letby’s actions.