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IMPARTIALITY PROMISED INTO PROBE OF BABY SIMEON’S DEATH

by | Apr 27, 2014

ANAND RAMLOGAN 1Citizens are being assured by the Committee set up to probe the death of baby Simeon Cottle that their work will be thorough and impartial.

Cottle died on March 1 after his head was cut open during a Caesarean section at the Mt Hope Women’s hospital.
The doctor who performed the surgery was suspended.

A team comprising United Kingdom specialist Dr. Melanie Clare Davies, neonatologist Dr Petronella Manning-Alleyne and retired justice Mustapha Ibrahim were appointed by Attorney General Anand Ramlogan to probe the baby’s death.

Speaking a news briefing this afternoon in Port of Spain, Chairman of the Committee , Mustapha Ibrahim explained the investigation into the incident will be detailed.

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Mr Ibrahim explained recommendations will be submitted after all the facts on the matter are obtained.

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Attorney General , Anand Ramologan, expressed confidence in the committee to do a professional job.

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He also said there is need to review the possibility of establishing a Medical Complaints Council to probe claims of negligence

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