Poppi Worthington- “This Sounds Like A Depressingly Familiar Catalogue Of Failure And Cover Up.”

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Poppi Worthington hit the headlines in 2012, when she died of horrific injuries at only 13 months. At the time, police and other officials refused to go into detail about the death, but a report that has now been published confirms the worst.

In a report released on 19th January, 2016, Mr Justice Jackson confirms that astonishing failings by both the police and social services will now mean that justice will be denied to little Poppi. 

The judge goes on to conclude that, on the balance of probabilities, her father Paul Worthington had “perpetrated a penetrative… assault on Poppi” shortly before she died.

We are also told that no officer was ever sacked over the errors in Poppi’s case, and the policeman in charge of the investigation took retirement at the age of 48 on a pension of up to £46,000 a year.

Now, a new inquest into Poppi’s death…

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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One Response to Poppi Worthington- “This Sounds Like A Depressingly Familiar Catalogue Of Failure And Cover Up.”

  1. Penny Pullen says:

    Yvonne Stewart-Taylor has a great deal of info. re corruption of Cumbria police. When she agrees, I will network some of for her. This case has been well known to her and it is so desperately sad….

    Hope you are OK and Belinda. Will phone soon….
    Love from Pen *

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