Neonatal nurse Lucy Letby has been judged guilty of the sickening crimes that rightfully earned her the moniker “Lucifer.”
In the largest criminal trial in British history, a jury decided the cold-hearted fiend was responsible for slaying seven innocent babies and trying to kill six more through sinister acts unseen since Victorian-era monsters like Burke and Hare.
After deliberating for three harrowing weeks, jurors concluded the angel of death had deliberately harmed the fragile infants at her care via heinous methods like injecting air into tiny veins and poisoning with insulin.
Acquitted on a sole count but likely facing a life sentence befitting her evil, Letby proved too craven to bear witnessing the damning results of the landmark case.
Her depraved dealings cement her place amongst Britain’s most accomplished assassins, though none before targeted society’s most defenseless. As the full scope of her monstrosities emerge, the nation mourns lost children while breathing rare relief their executioner can kill no more.