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Kate Middleton Pregnancy Watch: Jacintha Saldanha, suicide notes, death threats and prestigious imitation

by | 14th, December 2012

KATE Middleton Pregnancy Watch Day 13 of the Duchess of Cambridge’s womb news: Jacintha Saldanha continues to dominate.

The front pages:

The Guardian : “Hoax call victim left suicide note criticising hospital staff”

The 3 suicide notes

The Mirror :

A source close to Jacintha’s family said: “One of the letters, which is the longest, deals with the hospital and is critical in its tone. Needless to say, Ben wants a full inquiry into what happened, and he wants to make sure the truth comes out. Within the letter Jacintha calls into question some of the treatment she received at the hospital.”

Ben is Ben Barboza, Jacintha’s husband.

Keith Vaz than wades in:

Senior Labour MP Keith Vaz, who is working on behalf of her ­relatives, said last night: “The truth of this matter has to come out for the sake of her family.”

When someone commits suicide, we never know the truth. Thats the cruellest part for those left behind.

“I have dealt with similar cases in the past and I would agree with the Prime Minister that the family need to get the full facts, from the time she took the call from 2Day FM to the time she was found.”

We can get a timeline. We can apportion blame. But we can never know the full facts.

What we do know:

Detective Chief Inspector James Harman also explained how she was found, saying that a fellow nurse and a security guard found her hanging, with cuts on her wrists, but added that there were no ‘suspicious circumstances’ to her death, which means that they don’t believe there to be a second party involved in her death.

The Times has news on Mel Greig and Michael Christian, the Australian DJS who made that prank callto King Edward VII hospital:

One letter sent to DJ Michael Christian warned him there were “bullets out there with your name on it.” Further threats were made involving a shotgun which were inappropriate to print, according to the Sydney Daily Telegraph which obtained the letter.

A death

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