After all, if you can’t kill babies, who can you kill?
It’s for sure lowkey racist to say “it’s wrong to kill people.”
The conviction of baby killing British nurse Lucy Letby might be “the greatest miscarriage of justice” in the United Kingdom, one woman claims.
Sarrita Adams, a California-based scientific consultant for biotech startups with no apparent ties to Letby, is trying to raise money for Letby’s appeal after the murderous nurse was convicted earlier this month and sentenced to multiple life terms in the deaths of seven infants.
Sarrita Adams, alleged “scientific consultant for biotech startups”
Adams is among those who think there were holes in the evidence against Letby, or issues with how it was presented in court, the Telegraph reported.
Statistician Richard Gill, 72, describes Letby’s case as “a trial which would never have taken place if anybody had talked to a statistician.”
Letby, 33, is believed to have tried to kill six additional victims, making her one of the worst child serial killers in modern UK history.
One of the worst?
Who killed more children?
A lot of people want this woman freed, apparently. It’s not clear if they really think she’s innocent, or if they are pro-child killing.
You have to allow people to question convictions. But there is no organization formed in any country to overturn the conviction of James Fields for driving his car wrong.
I was wrong: three campaigns have been launched: one in the US, one in NL, one in UK. All with the same basic immediate aim “Freedom for Lucy Letby”.
— Richard Gill (@gill1109) August 24, 2023
— Richard Gill (@gill1109) August 25, 2023
The important questions to be answered in the Lucy Letby case are now: why did her defence team not defend her? Why did they accept the prosecution’s insulin evidence and hence oblige their client to accept it too? #lucyletby
— Richard Gill (@gill1109) August 23, 2023