In this article, published by Birmingham City University, Criminologists Professor Elizabeth Yardley, Professor David Wilson and Emma Kelly discuss the report found that 450 patients died after being given powerful painkillers inappropriately at Gosport War Memorial Hospital.
"To kill multiple people requires not just the presence of a determined killer but the absence of protectors and guardians. When no one is looking out for the interests of the vulnerable, the vulnerable become the victims. Within organisations, failed protectors and guardians find strength in each other, denying responsibility, eschewing accountability and playing ping-pong until (they hope) people will just go away and stop demanding answers."
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