An investigation opened after dozens of sexual abuse of the corpses

An investigation opened after dozens of sexual abuse of the corpses

A hospital electrician has pleaded guilty to two murders and dozens of post-mortem sexual assaults, sparking a scandal in the UK. In response, the Minister of Health announced the opening of an “independent investigation”.

On Monday, British Health Minister Sajid Javid announced the opening of an independent investigation into the scandal of dozens of sexual assaults and deaths in morgues admitted by a hospital electrician.

The case erupted publicly last Thursday when David Fuller, 67, pleaded guilty to two murders dating back to 1987, as well as 44 postmortem sexual assault cases, an unprecedented case in the UK.

According to the Minister of Health, investigators estimated the number of victims of these acts at 100, of whom 81 have been identified. The Sky News Channel He posted on Twitter an excerpt from a recording of David Fuller’s interrogation in which he confesses to his crimes.

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In front of Parliament, he offered his “apologies to the friends and families of the victims.” Soulignant qu’aucune excuse “n’enlèvera la douleur et la souffrance causées par ces infractions”, Sajid Javid a souligné que “nous avons le devoir d’examiner en détail ce qui s’est passé et s’elas du surnere que Start”.

The politician announced the opening of an “independent investigation”, which in particular is supposed to “help us understand how these crimes could have occurred undetected in the past”, “to determine where the early actions on the part of the hospital center where the facts that occurred should have been taken” To learn lessons at the national level.

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Police investigations revealed that between 2008 and 2020, David Fuller “filmed and filmed himself sexually assaulting the corpses of dozens of women and girls in two morgues at Tunbridge Wells Hospital,” British prosecutors said Thursday in the case “unprecedented in the history of British justice”.

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