David Fuller: Independent inquiry announced into mortuary abuse

David Fuller: Independent inquiry announced into mortuary abuse

An independent inquiry was launched by the health secretary. It will examine the “national implications” of the offences, as well as identify areas where the trust should have taken action sooner. “The inquiry will be divided into two parts. An interim report will be published in the new year.

A second final report will look at the wider national picture and lessons for the NHS. Image source: Kent Police.  Mr Javid said that he wanted to apologize to all the families and friends of the victims for the crimes committed in the NHS’ care. “Nothing we can do will reverse the damage done, but we must take action to prevent it from happening again. The inquiry will be chaired by Sir Jonathan Michael, a Fellow at the Royal College of Physicians. The inquiry will replace the independent investigation by the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust.

Mr Javid said that the penalties for “appalling sexual offences” will be re-examined after the case. Image source: Kent PoliceFuller stored millions of images and videos of his crimes in the mortuary on hard drives and discs.

He kept millions of images and videos of his mortuary crimes on hard drives and discs. Fuller was transferred to Tunbridge Wells Hospital in Pembury where he continued to commit crimes until his arrest in 2020. “Mr Javid confirmed that the inquiry would do all three of these things. Kent Police previously stated that there had been 403 calls made to a police line, which was established for people with information about the investigation.

 

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