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>> No. 15586 Anonymous
17th June 2018
Sunday 1:58 pm
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A retired GP will be found responsible this week for the deaths of hundreds of her patients, The Sunday Times understands.

Dr Jane Barton, 69, is accused of prescribing fatal overdoses of opiate painkillers to her elderly patients while working at Gosport War Memorial Hospital near Portsmouth in the 1990s. A government panel has examined 833 death certificates signed by Barton after previous investigations left “unanswered questions” and failed to result in any prosecutions, leading to accusations of a cover-up.

A £13m investigation, led by James Jones, the former bishop of Liverpool, who chaired the Hillsborough independent panel, will publish its findings on Wednesday. It is expected to find the “brusque and indifferent” doctor responsible for prescribing diamorphine — a powerful painkiller also known as heroin — and shortening hundreds of lives, including those where patients could have recovered.

The panel will not say how many deaths it is reviewing, but the number of people who died suspiciously under her care could exceed the 92 cases examined by police previously and the 833 whose death certificates she signed. The panel widened its investigation to include not only Barton’s alleged killings, but those of healthcare workers acting on her orders. They include a nurse described as her “right-hand man”.

Despite these calls, a source close to the inquiry said it would not refer the case to police or the Crown Prosecution Service when it issues its findings. Asked whether it would press for a criminal investigation, the source said: “No,” adding: “It is not in our remit.”


https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/dr-opiate-gosport-gp-jane-barton-responsible-for-hundreds-of-hospital-deaths-l3d75xr65

Sounds like Are Harold's record is about to be eclipsed.
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>> No. 15587 Anonymous
17th June 2018
Sunday 2:23 pm
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>>15586
Any word on a motive? We know Shipman had his patients changing their wills and so he was speeding up the delivery.

Apparently while he was there on remand, the health of the lags in Strangeways improved markedly.
>> No. 15588 Anonymous
17th June 2018
Sunday 3:40 pm
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>>15587

Headline for that fascinating tidbit:

MEDICINE WORKS IN STRANGEWAYS

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