Serial baby killer nurse allegedly given cell key

This opportunity is believed to be a reward for good behavior

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Letby was found guilty of killing 7 babies after a lengthy trial (Cheshire Constabulary/AFP)

A former UK National Health Service (NHS) neonatal nurse who killed 7 babies in her care was reportedly given the keys to her own prison cell, infuriating the families of her victims.

Lucy Letby was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole after being found guilty of murdering 7 defenseless newborns and attempting to murder 6 more.

Having the key to his cell means Letby, 34, can keep himself away from other inmates if he feels threatened, and is believed to be a reward for good behavior.

A family member of one of the victims said:

We thought they threw the key in the trash, but it turned out he had his own key.

Letby, who committed the murders at the Countess of Chester Hospital between 2015 and 2016, is currently being held at HMP Bronzefield, a privately owned Category A prison in Ashford, Surrey.

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