Children’s nurse, Lucy Letby has been arrested again. She is suspected of killing 8 babies and attempting to murder 6 others at the Countess of Chester Hospital.  We believe she could take a Chester lie detector test.

Lucy Letby was already on police bail from last year, when she was first questioned over a 48 hour period about the fatalities. This latest arrest encompasses the investigation into the deaths of 3 more babies in the neonatal unit of the hospital.

Accounts from people who know her suggest that she is an unlikely character to have harmed anyone much less babies.  She was in a job she loved and has been described as a dedicated professional.

Police investigation

In June 2015, before her initial arrest, doctors at the hospital were concerned about the amount of fatalities in the neonatal unit.  A police investigation was launched. Detectives began working on 15 highly complicated and sensitive cases that occurred during the period June 2015 to June 2016. Their investigation then extended to 17 baby deaths and 16 non-fatal incidents beginning in March 2015.

It is understood that Lucy Letby’s home is being searched by police but no reason has so far been given for this.

Chester Lie Detector Test Service

As a mother who has lost a child, the writer is acutely aware of the distress parents go through. There are so many questions as to the ‘why’ and ‘how’?  In circumstances such as these, when it is alleged that a healthcare professional murdered the children, the distress is compounded.

For this reason we feel that Lucy Letby should take a lie detector test in Chester.  Police in England and Wales have polygraph services available to them.  They are used for monitoring some sex offenders and domestic abusers when they are paroled.

The polygraph leads detectives into areas of investigation that hitherto may not have been considered.  If the results prove deception then the police investigation can intensify.  Conversely, if there is no deception indicated, they need to rapidly change the direction of their investigation.

A polygraph test takes around 2 hours and police can learn a lot from it. Let’s face it, anything that gives these parents answers has to be a good thing right?

We invite Chester Police to contact us if they don’t already have a polygraph examiner in house. We are happy to make our Chester Lie Detector Test Service available to them.