Jump to content

What the hell Bubba!!!


Recommended Posts

Get your sick fu*king country in line!



Police investigating the suspicious deaths of babies at a UK hospital are continuing to question a children’s nurse after being granted permission to keep her in custody.


Lucy Letby, from Chester, was arrested by detectives investigating multiple child deaths at the Countess of Chester hospital’s neonatal unit in 2015-16.


The investigation was widened on Wednesday to a second hospital. Liverpool women’s NHS trust confirmed it was cooperating with the inquiry. Letby, 28, trained at Liverpool Women’s hospital.


Letby, who had worked at the hospital in Chester, Cheshire, for seven years and had been training to work with babies in intensive care, was arrested on Tuesday as part of an investigation into 17 deaths and 15 non-fatal collapses of babies between March 2015 and July 2016. After her arrest police were also seen at her parents’ home in Hereford.



Kate Walker, from Chester, whose baby had been cared for by Letby, said she had been “rather shocked” when she saw that the nurse had been arrested.


Walker’s son was born prematurely at 27 weeks in February 2013. He spent a month in the neonatal unit at the Countess of Chester.


The 36-year-old finance worker said: “We were in the neonatal for a month before we moved to Alder Hey and it was actually Lucy who pushed for us to be transferred because he was still very ill and she didn’t want him to be discharged.


“The whole time I was there I can’t fault them. They were busy, you couldn’t have long conversations with them or anything, but I can’t fault the treatment of myself or my son.”


Walker’s son, who is now five, was on a ventilator and needed round-the-clock care after his lungs collapsed and his heart rate dropped.


“I can’t say anything negative about her,” Walker said. “She supported me and she pushed for him to be transferred and only discharged when he was better.



“She told me every step of the way what was happening. I couldn’t be at the hospital 24/7 because I also had a 20-month-old daughter at home but I never felt like I couldn’t trust them.”


Walker said she was grateful to Letby, a University of Chester graduate, for getting her son transferred to Alder Hey children’s hospital in Liverpool for further treatment.


She said: “I was rather shocked when I saw her picture. My son could have had more complications if it wasn’t for her pushing for him to be sent to Alder Hey. So I am grateful for that. And he is now a thriving five-year-old and he has got no lasting damage, he hasn’t had any trouble since he came out.”


A report in May by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health said staffing at the hospital’s neonatal unit, which reported a “higher than usual” number of baby deaths, was inadequate.


The review found no definitive explanation for an increase in mortality rates, but identified significant gaps in medical and nursing rotas, poor decision making and insufficient senior cover.



Walker said: “They have got a really hard job. It was very busy in that department when we were there. They were like headless chickens. They were under immense pressure, they all were.”


A spokesperson for Cheshire police said that a woman arrested in connection with the investigation into infant mortalities at the Countess of Chester hospital remained in custody. They confirmed that detectives had been granted an extension to question her

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

What do you get when you throw a baby down the stairs?



An erection



What happens when you put a baby in the microwave?



I don't know. I was too busy masturbating



how do you make a baby cry twice?




wipe the blood off your d1ck with its favourite blankie


Edited by Ozpride
  • Like 3
Link to comment
Share on other sites

What is the difference between a baby and a watermelon?


One's fun to hit with a sledge hammer, the other one's a watermelon.



How do you get 100 babies into a bucket?

With a blender.


How do you get them out again?

With Doritos.



Why do you put babies into blenders feet first?

So you can see the expression on their faces.



How many babies fit in a blender?

Depends on how powerful the blender is.



What is more fun than throwing a baby off the cliff?

Catching it with a pitchfork.



What is the worst part about killing a baby?

Getting blood on your clown suit.




good god what the hell is wrong with me?

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

What do you get when you throw a baby down the stairs?



An erection



What happens when you put a baby in the microwave?



I don't know. I was too busy masturbating


well i've seen you and ozpride have already taken it to the extreme so i guess anything goes at this point.



What's the hardest part about running through a field of dead babies?



My erection.



What’s the difference between a sandwich and a dead baby?



You don’t f*ck a sandwich before you eat it.



What's the difference between an upside down bar stool and a dead baby?



An upside down bar stool can only please 4 men.



What’s harder to hide than a swimming pool full of dead babies..



My erection when I get out of the pool.



Roses are Red, Violets are blue



In Soviet Russia, dead baby f*cks you.




alright i think im good on these now. im starting to offend even myself a little here.

Edited by -idyb-
  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.
  • Create New...