...in what appears to be a shockingly insensitive comment, the report stressed that two of Skana's care staff 'wanted it to be known that when well, they regarded E S as a kind and lovely person'.
Clearly, the murdering illegal immigrant isn't the only one to have lost her reason. The writer of the report needs their bumps felt too.
Mr Jones demanded that the trust apologise for its failings and said health bosses who oversaw Skana's care should be sacked.
'I want some senior heads to roll. I don't like the fact that they are hiding in their ivory towers. I hope they can't sleep, like I can't.'
Sadly, they probably sleep very well. They are, of course, safe in their beds. While they do everything to ensure no-one else is...
I have to say that despite the terrible circumstances of this case, I do understand why the statement regarding the perpetrator's 'good nature' was made. In these sort of cases the person is genuinely sick. And when medicated can be a very normal decent person. And when not can be (in extremis) a murderous animal. I know someone exactly like this (though fortunately not as extreme) in that when he's taking his meds he's a decent thoughtful person, but when he's off them he's away with the fairies, hearing voices and rambling about all sorts of insane stuff. So I've seen that switch flip duality in a human being, so can understand someone explaining that, insensitive as it sounds.
The people I reserve all my ire for are the mental health so called professionals who are tasked with managing these sort of people. They consistently fail to protect the public, or to protect the mentally ill from themselves. It is the person who did not monitor this woman correctly, and ensure she was taking her medication who should be in the dock for murder. Because they are responsible for the death. They had the power to prevent it and didn't. They should be doing time.
I cried reading that.
For me the mental health issue is not the problem here. How is it that such an individual gets to live here, under care, having known to be an illegal and criminal arrival. Utterly disgraceful and there must be thousands of such people living among us and unidentified as dangerously ill. Here lies the heart of the issue. We are too free and easy with our borders and it's a murderous, criminal act by our public servants, from top to bottom.
If ever there was a case for capital punishment, with no relief by reason of insanity, it is this.
However, I am firmly of the belief that any bureaucrat who ever assisted this murderous bitch entering the country or staying here, or getting out of a loony bin, should have the same punishment - also any lawyer or judge who acted to keep such persons here. And not a nice death, like hanging, but something cruel.
Hanging can be carried out with piano wire, or even barbed wire, if necessary.
"In these sort of cases the person is genuinely sick. And when medicated can be a very normal decent person."
But the utter insensitivity of making this remark on a document you know will be read out in court is so utterly devoids of compassion I ytuly believe they are not fit to be in their jobs...
"I cried reading that."
Because you know in a few months you'll probably be hearing it again, on another case?
"How is it that such an individual gets to live here, under care, having known to be an illegal and criminal arrival."
She's 'enriching' us, remember..?
"If ever there was a case for capital punishment, with no relief by reason of insanity, it is this."
I'm not sure why it should ever be a relief; we put mad dogs down, don't we?
"Hanging can be carried out with piano wire, or even barbed wire, if necessary."
It has to be sterile, though, right?
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