Beverley Allitt


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Beverley Allitt

An English serial killer (1968- ) who murdered four children whilst working as a paediatric nurse in the Grantham and Kesteven Hospital, Lincolnshire (UK). Her MO was overdosing the children with either potassium chloride to evoke cardiac arrest, or insulin to induce hypoglycaemia coma. She was given a life sentence, which she is serving at Rampton Secure Hospital.
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He worked as their Midlands reporter for 16 years, covering among many other stories the abduction of Birmingham estate agent Stephanie Slater, the arrest and trial of Lincolnshire nurse Beverley Allitt, who murdered four young children in her care, the Fred West murders and the trial of Rose West at Winchester Crown Court, and the Hungerford, and Dunblane shootings.
She had been said to have been enjoying her life of relative anonymity at the hospital, where fellow patients include "Angel of Death" child killer Beverley Allitt.
California-born Riggi was housed in the hospital's main wing alongside other notorious patients including "Angel of Death" child killer Beverley Allitt.
Five, 8pm) provides a fascinating and often harrowing insight into the psychological profile of nurse Beverley Allitt, who is currently serving 13 concurrent life sentences for murdering four children, attempting to murder three others, and injuring a further six infants.
Killer nurse Beverley Allitt, the Angel of Death, is among 400 patients at the Nottinghamshire hospital.
ANGEL of Death" nurse Beverley Allitt, 42, used insulin or potassium chloride to kill four children in lincs.
It was there, he claims, he met and had a relationship with killer nurse Beverley Allitt.
Past and present patients include Soham murderer, Ian Huntley, former nurse Beverley Allitt, who attacked 13 children and killed four, Ian Ball, who tried to kidnap Princess Anne from her car near Buckingham Palace in 1974, and David Bradley who shot and killed four members of his family in Benwell, Newcastle, last year.
Other killers featured include Moors murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley, Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe, killer GP Harold Shipman - who may have ended the lives of more than 200 patients - and nurse Beverley Allitt, who attacked children in her ward at Grantham and Kesteven General Hospital in Lincolnshire.
FAMILIES of the victims of killer nurse Beverley Allitt have been consulted about her possible early release from jail.
Former EastEnder Charlie Brooks stars in this real-life drama as nurse Beverley Allitt, who was convicted of killing four children and harming nine others at a hospital in Lincolnshire in 1993.
REAL CRIME: ANGEL OF DEATH - THE BEVERLEY ALLITT STORY (HTV, 10.