Judge Owens said the woman was a qualified nurse, but had an 'extremely low range' of intellectual inability.
She ruled that the little boy should live with relatives, but said he would be able to stay in touch with his mother.Think about that for a minute. And then think about this:
It is believed the child was already dead before he was decapitated during the bungled 15 minute delivery.
At the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service in Manchester, consultant Laxman - who qualified in Chennai, India - denied wrongdoing.
Today the service said there was no impairment of Dr Laxman's fitness to practise and cleared her to return to work at another hospital.And think about both those cases the next time someone's taking out an onion for 'our hardworking and dedicated medical staff'.