Some people are convinced that a Netflix documentary on the crimes of Lucy Letby is already in the works.
But most of them do not, under any circumstances, want to see any films, documentaries, plays or any of the nature about Lucy Letby. Producers have been asked to stop exploring the humanity of pyschopaths for a big payday and pretend they are being profound.
The former neonatal nurse who killed seven babies in her care and tried to kill six others at a hospital in northern England was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of release by a judge who highlighted “the cruelty and calculation” of her actions.
A large number of people said they would not want to see any documentary on Letby as most of documentaries are amid at exploring the humanity of criminals.
Rumors that Netflix or any other network is working on the documentary are incorrect as there are no plans to undertake any such project.
Daily Mail, however, has made a documentary on the trial of the British nurse.
Lucy Letby, who refused to appear in court to face grieving parents who spoke of their anger and anguish, was given the most severe sentence possible under British law, which does not allow the death penalty.
Following 22 days of deliberation, a jury at Manchester Crown Court convicted Letby, 33, of killing the babies over a yearlong period that saw her prey on the vulnerabilities of sick newborns and their anxious parents.
The victims died in the neonatal unit at the Countess of Chester Hospital in northwest England between June 2015 and June 2016.