Friday, 28 Feb 2020

Twisted serial killer ‘smirked’ as she was charged with murdering three babies

A serial killer nurse “smirked, smiled and laughed” as she was questioned over the murder of four children in her care, a shocking new documentary has revealed.

Vile Beverley Allitt, dubbed the “angel of death”, stunned detectives with her complete lack of remorse when she was questioned about the 1991 murders, as shown in an upcoming episode of British Police: Our Toughest Cases.

In the clip, Detective Reeve can be heard asking 22-year-old Allitt about the lethal dose of insulin which was administered to Paul Crampton — one of her victims who was lucky to survive.

He told her: “This child has been given a deliberate injection of insulin from which he could’ve died.

“I believe you gave it to him.”

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“No reply,” said Allitt before smirking.

Detective Reeve asked her: “You’re smiling. Is it funny? Is it light-hearted? Don’t you take the interview serious?”

“No reply,” said Allitt again.

DSI Stuart Clifton, who also worked on the case, recalled Allitt’s abhorrent lack of concern about the horrific crimes she was accused of.

He said: "She's placed in a police cell, and you have to remember that this is a girl that's about 21 years of age, never been in trouble with the police, she gets all of these charges and she's laughing."

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“She's happy about them,” he added.

Allitt was convicted of murdering four children, attempting to murder three other children, and causing grievous bodily harm to a further six kids.

The sicko had used her position as a nurse on the children’s ward at Grantham and Kesteven Hospital, Lincs, to harm her innocent victims.

Neil Jones added: "She was an evil, callous, calculating person.

“She knew what she was doing. These are defenceless children who rely on her and she's attacking them."

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Allitt’s murder victims were seven-week-old baby Liam Taylor, 11-year-old Timothy Hardwick, 15-month-old tot Claire Peck, and two-month-old baby Becky Phillips.

Becky’s twin sister Katie was left with permanent brain damage and partial paralysis after Allitt gave her insulin and potassium overdoses when she was admitted to hospital as a precaution following her twin’s death.

The monster nurse had been named Katie’s godmother because her bereaved parents thought Allitt had cared well for Becky before her death.

British Police: Our Toughest Cases airs Saturdays at 10pm exclusively on Quest Red.

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