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In a series of texts sent to her colleagues at the hospital, Letby described comforting the parents of the babies she has since been found guilty of attacking.
Letby, 33, described as a 'calculated opportunist', used several ways to inflict harm on the children including by injecting air intravenously and administering air and/or milk into their stomachs.
A trial, which concluded today with verdicts from the jury, heard the nurse went on a year-long killing spree while working at the Countess of Chester Hospital in Cheshire.