Justice Denied

Christopher Spivey

 

I knew it, I just fucking knew it.

The cunts have once again got away with murder and British justice has been shown up for what it really is… A fucking joke.

I am talking about the Jacintha Saldanha inquest that has finally taken place after nearly two fucking years of waiting.

But I am probably getting ahead of myself and should really re-cap first.

Jacintha Saldanha – for the benefit of those who don’t know – was a senior nurse at London’s King Edward VII’s Hospital who was murdered ‘hung herself’ on December 7th 2012, supposedly out of guilt for having put a crank phone call through to Kate Gold Digger Smiths private hospital room.

Allegedly, Gold Digger Smith was in hospital suffering from extreme morning sickness, so how fucking ironic that the royal parasites should announce that she is pregnant again and suffering extreme morning sickness just as the inquest finally went ahead.

Mind you, ‘ironic’ probably isn’t the right word to use there.

Indeed, taking the right fucking piss would be a much more accurate description.

Course, I have stated many times in the past that the completely unnecessary delay in the inquest was so as the FACTS surrounding the ‘suicide’ become blurred in peoples minds allowing a new version of events to be presented in a rehashed fashion of the old, whilst totally omitting the stated FACTS that now contradict or complicate what loosely passes for justice in this Dog forsaken cuntry.

And do you know what?

I was one hundred percent spot on in that prophecy because that is exactly what they have done.

Indeed, it is true to say that I cottoned on to the fact that this murder suicide was the governments doing from the start and as such went on one of my major, in-depth missions to prove it.

In doing so I documented every tiny detail of the case  – including a transcript of the prank phone call which tellingly is now no longer in the public domain – and as such I can easily prove that the old fanny being touted now at this long overdue inquest is just that… Old fanny at its finest.

Course, it wasn’t hard to suss that this case was a fraud since all the signs that point to a false flag were there from the start.

I mean, one of the sure signs of a government fraud is that there is as long a time delay between the act itself and the inquest or trial – the spy in the bag inquest being a perfect example.

And to reinforce that point, the following is what I wrote a year ago in relation to the Saldanha inquest along with a BBC article on the subject:

When TPTB want a story buried the MSM are certainly very accommodating.

The story that I am specifically referring to is that of the murder suicide of the Nurse Jacintha Saldanha.

You may remember that Saldanha was hung hung herself following a prank phone call from an Australian radio station in which she quite inexplicably kindly put the hoax call through to Kate Gold Digger Smiths embryo planting private hospital room in early December 2012.

I did in fact cover the story quite extensively at the time.

You can find one of those articles by clicking  HERE

The Inquest into the Nurses death was due to be held in May of this year. However, the inquest started as scheduled only to be almost immediately adjourned.

Anyway, I knew for definite that the Inquest was scheduled to resume sometime this month, and so I went in search of the date… Only to find that it should have taken place on the 12th.

However, on the 9th – 4 days before the inquest was due to get under way – it was again postponed due to the coroner wanting more information.

Now call me a cunt if you want, but an inquest on a suicide that took place over 9 months ago and which has now been postponed twice in order for more information to be forwarded is a bit fucking suspect in my book.

In fact, call me a thick cunt if you want, but I was under the impression that an Inquest was held in order to determine the cause and circumstances surrounding  a death.

So, what fucking information could the Coroner possibly want that still apparently hasn’t been ascertained over 9 months later?

Mind you, I suppose the required information could be the identity of the nurse who took the call from Jacintha… No cunt seems to know who the fuck she is, despite her being the real ‘victim’ of the hoax call.

Moreover, I scan the MSM daily yet I saw no mention of the Inquest what so ever – hence the need for me to search out the date.

In doing so, I found the following article.

Rather strange for what was an absolutely bullshit  massive story at the time, don’t cha think?

Nurse Jacintha Saldanha inquest delayed again

9 September 2013

Jacintha Saldanha

An inquest into the death of a nurse found hanged after answering a hoax call for the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge has been adjourned again.

MP Keith Vaz who has assisted Jacintha Saldanha’s family, from Bristol, since her death last October said there was surprise at a second adjournment.

The decision on the inquest – due to start in London on Thursday – has left her family “rather disappointed”.

Coroner Dr Fiona Wilcox was “seeking more information”, a spokesman said.

Ms Saldanha answered a call at King Edward VII’s Hospital in central London on 4 December from two Australian DJs pretending to be the Queen and the Prince of Wales.

They said they wanted to speak to the duchess who was being treated for acute morning sickness.

‘New date soon’

Speaking on behalf of her family, Labour MP Mr Vaz said: “They were surprised to hear that the inquest has been adjourned just a few days before it was due to begin.

“They are rather disappointed at the decision as they have been waiting for nine months and this is the second time the inquest has been adjourned.

“For them the inquest represents closure.

“We very much hope we will have a new date set soon.”

The inquest was first scheduled for early May.

A spokesman for Westminster City Council, which handles media inquiries for Westminster Coroner’s Court where the inquest was first opened, said the adjournment was because Dr Wilcox was “seeking more information”.

“We hope to have a new date within a few days,” he said.

The inquest at the Royal Courts of Justice is due to hear evidence in person from Mel Greig of 2Day FM who made the prank call with Michael Christian.

Course, I should just mention the various other signs which pointed to this being a government false flag operation, such as:

  • The MSM going completely over the top on their reporting of the subject – The Ashya king story being another example.
  • The over the top actions of the Prime Mincer Davey Cameron.
  • The MP Keith Vaz being involved – how many fucking examples of him being involved in dodgy events do you want?

So, lets take a look at the old fanny that was put before the inquest.

The Chimp has in fact published two articles on the subject and the 1st begins thus:

A nurse found dead after answering a hoax call for the Duchess of Cambridge told her colleagues she was upset that she believed the prank was a genuine call from the Queen, an inquest heard.

Now, straight away the newspaper fairytale tellers are opening with a whopper and indeed this is one of the most contentious areas of the story.

You see, after initially reporting that Jacintha had been found dead, the MSM corrected themselves and reported that she had in fact still been alive when she was found.

This form of contradictory reporting however is also something closely associated with false flags, especially within the first week or so of a government hoax taking place and is done to purposely muddy the waters.

Strangely, although hardly surprising, these news reports claiming that Jacintha was still alive when she was found very quickly disappeared… And by that I don’t mean that they were just ignored like is the norm when a newspaper contradicts itself.

Indeed, the reports were wiped from history in such a way as you can imagine Winston Smith going about the task as he is seen doing with other newspaper stories in the film adaptation of George Orwell’s 1984.

John Hurt playing Winston Smith, seen here at work in his job as a history adjuster, taken from the film 1984

Fortunately, and as I have already stated, I was bang on the case and documented everything:

The nurse who apparently took her own life following the royal hoax call scandal was still alive when found hanging in her staff housing and attempts were made to revive her, it was claimed today.

Jacintha Saldanha, 46, was found alive at her accommodation on Friday morning and was still conscious when police and paramedics arrived – but they couldn’t save her, Sky News reported. Source

Now, that report prompted me at the time to respond thus:

So lets get this straight. Jacintha Saldanha was found alive and concious. Concious is described in the Cambridge on-line Dictionary as being: awake, thinking and knowing what is happening around you.

So, if she hung herself, but was found Alive, awake and knowing what was going on around her, am I alone in thinking ; why the fuck did she die then? Maybe if she had been found unconscious I could understand it, but… Hmmm, very, very strange.

Which I am sure you will agree was fair under the circumstances.

However, as I say, those reports are no longer to be found despite that Sky News report being aired 5 days after her death.

And with that being the case, details were not just coming into the newsrooms for the first time and therefore cannot be blamed on the press receiving early, conflicting reports.

Never the less, lets get back to that first article reporting on the inquest which continued with the second sentence stating:

Jacintha Saldanha, 46, was found dead in nursing accommodation shortly after staff were tricked into telling two Australian radio DJs about Kate’s stay at London’s King Edward VII’s Hospital in December 2012.

Again, that is what at best can only be described as being a blatant lie.

However, as I say, should you want to verify that Chimp ‘fact’ for yourself, you wouldn’t be able to because the taped conversation has now disappeared from the net… Luckily I have the written transcript from a year ago – albeit it had been badly transcribed by the Chimp.

Never the less, I can confirm that as far as Jacintha’s part in the call is concerned, that is transcribed correctly with the following being the sum total of her  involvement.

Oh, and just to avoid any confusion, I should also point out that the shit rag is calling Jacintha the “receptionist”:

Receptionist: ‘Hello, good morning, King Edward VII Hospital’

Female presenter (Mel Greig, impersonating the Queen): ‘Oh, hello there. Could I please speak to Kate please, my granddaughter?’

Receptionist:  ‘Oh yes, just hold on ma’am’

Source

And those two sentences are Jacintha’s total contribution to the call.

Never once does she make a cunt of herself although I had plenty to say about her involvement at the time.

For instance, I wrote the following on the 12th of December 2012:

And, despite what we are lead to believe, Jacintha was not humiliated in the prank call. She answered the phone by saying “Hello, King Edward Hospital. How may I help”. The Australian, playing the role of the Queen (Very unconvincingly) then said “Oh Hello, can I speak to my Granddaughter Kate please”.

Pausing there for a moment. Never once did the DJ say she was the Queen. She also sounded fuck all like the Queen – too high pitched and speaking far too fast. The King Edward VII Hospital is a private hospital so presumably posh speaking women ring up all the time. So how did Jacintha know it was the Queen?

If Jacintha didn’t suspect it was – and she had no reason too – then she wasn’t humiliated in any way, shape or form.

Keeping that in mind, is it not a bit more than fucking strange that Jacintha didn’t reply by asking  the posh speaking caller; “Kate who”? Or are we supposed to believe that Jacintha knew every single member of female staff at the Hospital, as well as every single Female, in- patient, and every Out- patient?

Moreover, Kate is an extremely common name so are we to believe that out of all the females in the hospital, Jacintha could unequivocally say that Gold digger Smith was the only Kate on the premises. And even if Kate was the only Kate there, I refuse to believe that a highly trained – therefore Intelligent – Nurse would not have asked who was calling.

After all, Kate is not The Queen’s Granddaughter. However, if you want to argue the toss, then that would mean that Kate would have 4 potential Grandmothers. Therefore, “who’s calling”, would still have been appropriate.

Strange then, that Jacintha – without hesitation or query – immediately  transferred the call while saying to the DJ; “One moment, I’ll just put you through”. So you tell me, where was the humiliation for the Nurse in that. Had the DJ introduced herself as the Queen and engaged Jacintha in conversation, then maybe you could say that she was. As it stands, apart from being extremely, strangely naive, there was no humiliation. 

I would also wager a pound to a penny, that the Queen would never make a cold call to a hospital.  An Equerry would call first to advise the hospital that the Queen was going to ring them. In fact, I would imagine that Gold digger Smith would have had a direct line set up anyway. 

In any event, I am abso – fucking – lutely sure, that Jacintha would have been briefed about how to handle calls for Kate.  After all, there is no doubting that the Blue Rinse Brigade would have been ringing non stop to wish the critically not very ill Kate, a speedy recovery. Source

I will deal with the nurse who took the call after Jacintha had inexplicably forwarded it to Gold Digger Smiths room shortly.

But for now lets take a look at the 3rd sentence in yesterdays Chimp article covering the first day of the inquest:

An inquest into her death today heard the mother-of-two told her colleague she was upset that details of Kate’s condition had been revealed to DJs Mel Grieg and Michael Christian, and thought it was ‘her fault’.

And once again, that is pure bollocks.

And to prove it, the following is what I wrote in the most in-depth article that I have written about the case to date, entitled “Gimme Some Truth” – which I published on the 21st of December 2012:

It has also been categorically stated that Jacintha faced no disciplinary action from the hospital. With that being the case, then to my way of thinking, she should have been celebrating given her lack of professionalism in the way that she handled the call.

And, since she faced no disciplinary action from her employers, you can only conclude that her bosses felt that she did absolutely nothing wrong.

Neither had Jacintha mentioned the “cruel hoax”, to her family, who we are told she spoke to on a number of occasions by phone in the THREE days between the call and her death. This would indicate that it was hardly playing on her mind.

Think about it, if we were to believe the MSM… Stop laughing that is not funny… If we were to believe the MSM, who have gone on and on and on and on and on, about how closely knit this family is – despite photographic evidence and the forever changing emerging details, suggesting that this is not the case – surely Jacintha would have confided in her husband about how silly she felt? At the very least, if it were such a big deal to her you would have thought she would have mentioned it to someone… But she didn’t.

Neither, had her colleagues or bosses noticed that she was upset – although the guardian says that Jacintha’s  boss told her more than once that she didn’t face any disciplinary action as well as offering her some time off. This is strange in its self because if she didn’t face disciplinary action or even a stiff talking to, then it follows that her boss wouldn’t mention it.

After all, if someone isn’t to blame for something and as such has nothing to be rebuked about, then that persons boss wouldn’t say “Morning thingy, beautiful day today, I’m not going to tell you off”, every time that they passed each other in the corridor, would they?

That means Jacintha must have approached her bosses with her concern. Furthermore, that she was reassured on a number of occasions that she faced no action can only mean that she kept harping on about the subject to her bosses. Never the less, if she was offered time off she didn’t take it, and since she hadn’t mentioned her worry’s to her colleagues or family you can only reach the conclusion that she neither appeared nor sounded upset.

The Chimp article then continues:

In a statement read to Westminster Coroner’s Court, sitting at the Royal Courts of justice, fellow nurse Araceli Articlave said Mrs Saldanha was in charge of the hospital when the DJs called, pretending to be the Queen and Prince Philip.

‘She came to me on the ward and told me she had received a call from somebody saying she was the Queen,’ Ms Articlave said.

‘Jacintha believed it was a genuine call and she put it through to the duty nurse. She was worrying that she had put the call through.

‘Jacintha told me she was very upset and felt it was her fault.’

Mrs Saldanha confided in her colleague about the call before it was reported in the media and prior to telling her seniors, she added.

And here we fucking go, MAJOR WITNESS STATEMENTS being read out in court (inquests are held in court), which obviously prevents that witness from being cross examined.

Moreover, why the fuck, given mind to the totally, totally OTT massive press attention and coverage that this case received in the days and months following Jacintha’s murder suicide, have we never, ever, ever, before heard about this woman Arsey Architrave – or whatever the fuck Araceli Articlave’s name is – in any of the multitude of previous press reports?

Indeed, I am known for my thorough research and in fact spent months looking into this case yet never once did I see Arsey Alice’s name come up.

Course, this again reinforces what I said about those responsible for the fraud making sure that as long as possible is left between the crime and the subsequent, necessary yet inconvenient inquest/court-case, so as to allow new evidence to be added, which obviously adds credibility to the official narrative, whilst at the same time, they drop evidence that doesn’t.

And of course, Arsey Arsewipes evidence totally contradicts the press reports at the time of the murder… And I use the term ‘murder’ because she was murdered, of that I am positive.

Mind you, I do have to laugh because I know full well that the dumb fucks who are told to read my evidence by you lot are going to say something along the lines of “I am not going to take his word over that of the newspapers”.

Yet the Monkey Cunts cannot even get the basic facts right, as evidenced in that last snippet where the Chimp states as fact that: “ the DJs called, pretending to be the Queen and Prince Philip.”

Fucking morons. The Deejay’s called pretending to be the Queen and Prince Charles… Just sneerin’.

The Monkey Boys – or in this case Monkey Girl since the article is written by Lucy Crosseyes – then continue by stating:

The inquest, attended by Mrs Saldanha’s family and Miss Greig, heard that Mrs Saldanha was the first nurse to answer the call by Miss Greig and Mr Christian, and passed them on to a second nurse on Kate’s ward, who was duped into giving out details of her medical condition.

Total, total fantasy which once again is a million miles from the truth.

Mind you, to date this 2nd nurse who took the call from Jacintha has never been named… Why the fuck not?

Nevertheless, the following is that aforementioned transcript of the prank phone call which I will now publish in full:

Receptionist: ‘Hello, good morning, King Edward VII Hospital’

Female presenter (Mel Greig, impersonating the Queen): ‘Oh, hello there. Could I please speak to Kate please, my granddaughter?’

Receptionist:  ‘Oh yes, just hold on ma’am’

Male presenter (Michael Christian, impersonating Prince Charles): ‘Are they putting us through?’

Greig: ‘Yes’

Christian: ‘If this has worked it is the easiest prank call we have ever made. Your accent sucked by the way, I just want you to know’

[Both laughing]

Greig: ‘I’m not used to playing old an 80-year-old’

[Phone picked up]

Greig: ‘Kate, my darling.  Are you there?’

Nurse: ‘Good morning ma’am, this is the nurse speaking, how may I help you?’

Greig: ‘I’m just after my granddaughter Kate. I want to see how her little tummy bug is going?’

Nurse: ‘She’s sleeping at the moment and she has had an uneventful night. And sleep is good for her. She’s been given some fluids [part removed due to patient confidentiality].  She’s stable at the moment.’

[Part removed due to patient confidentiality]

Greig: ’I’ll just feed my little corgis then. When is a good time to come and visit her, because I’m the Queen and I need a lift down there?’

[In background: Mummy, mummy]

‘Charles! When can you take me to the hospital, Charles?’

Christian: ‘When will it be alright to come down and see her?  Maybe in the morning or something if that’s OK?’

Nurse: ‘I would suggest that any time after nine o’clock would be suitable because the doctor will be in in the morning and will just be getting her freshened up. I would think any time after nine.’

Christian: ‘Is Wills still there or has he gone home? I haven’t spoken to him yet.’

Nurse:  ‘He went home probably at about nine o’clock last night, to be fair.’

Christian: ‘Lovely, but are they all ok? Everything is alright?’

Nurse: [Removed due to confidentiality]

Christian: ‘Of course, it’s hardly the palace is it?’

Greig: ‘ It’s nothing like the palace, is it Charles? When are you going to walk those bloody corgis?’ 

Christian: ‘Mumsy, I’ll go and take the dogs outside’

Greig:  ‘I need to go visit Kate in the morning. My dear, thank you so much’ 

Nurse: ‘You are very welcome’

Greig: ‘Goodbye’

Nurse: ‘Goodbye’

[Both presenters burst into laughter]

Greig: ’She was giving real information’

Christian: ‘Mummy I think they just believed everything we just said’

Now, despite that transcript twice stating “part removed due to patient confidentiality”, I am fucked if I know what that “part” is because I listened over and over to the call in December 2012 and there was fuck all detail given out by the nurse.

In fact,when that written transcript was published by the Chimp in December 2013 that was also the time when I first became aware of the fact that all traces of the recording had been removed from the net.

You see, I specifically went looking for the recording because the Chimps transcribed version wasn’t how I remembered the phone call to be at all.

Indeed, that fact prompted me to write on the 6th of December 2013 (the same day as the Chimp published their transcript):

Neither do I remember the prank call wording to be the same as it is in the Chimp’s transcript.

So, I thought I would check it out and low and behold the first two links to the audio of the prank call that I clicked on came up with this:

prank

Source

Nevertheless, there can be no denying that a serious breach of confidentiality took place in the phone call – probably deliberate – which has never happened to me on the many occasions that I have rung up a hospital to inquire how someone is.

Therefore the fact that the breach came from a nurse looking after Gold Digger Smith makes it all the more unbelievable… Especially under the circumstances.

I mean, just reading the transcript should make you wonder how the fuck anyone would fall for such blatant piss taking, let alone a nurse who was in charge of looking after the future Queer of England.

The following is what I wrote about this unbelievable scenario in ‘Gimme Some Truth’:

So, while Gold Digger Smith, was busy being dangerously, slightly off colour, in the lap of pampered luxury – at the expense of the mugs, sorry tax payer – a couple of Australian DJ’s played a practical joke that wouldn’t have fooled anyone else in the world other than two highly trained nurses, working in one of the most exclusive hospitals in the world.

It was just my luck that The DJ’s happened to be Australian, because, I like to add a bit of fact and detail to my work and I don’t have a fucking clue who the Queen of Australia is. Not that the fact would be relevant of course… Would it?

Anyway, having answered this prank call, Jacintha – the most Senior nurse on duty at the time – in an inexplicably nonsensical and incredibly nonchalant manner , quickly transferred  the call made by the two DJ’s – Mel Greig and Michael Christian – through to the Royal Ward. This was despite the pranksters not making it clear to Jacintha, to whom it was that they wished to speak.

Then, having been thoroughly humiliated in no way shape or form, she promptly killed herself 3 days later- Three days in which no one including her colleagues, family and friends had noticed anything wrong. Well they wouldn’t would they, because there was fuck all wrong.

On the other hand, the as of yet still unnamed 2nd nurse who took Jacintha’s transferred call, proceeded to give out details of Gold Digger Smith’s condition in a right old willie-nilly fashion, as befitting all highly trained nurse’s when someone announces from the other end of a telephone line that they are the Queen.

The nurse, obviously dumb struck – although she hid any trace of being so; superbly – didn’t deem it necessary to verify the callers identity despite the Queens usually monotonous, crisp and precise speaking voice sounding as if it had a distinct Australian twang to it. Then again, everyone knows that Bizzy Lizzy is forever doing an awful impression of her extremely close friend, Rolf it wasn’t me Harris.

Personally, I wasn’t aware of that fact and as such, to me, the caller sounded like a female Australian DJ trying to do an impression of the Queen and failing miserably. Never the less, the highly trained nurse, looking after one of the World’s most closely protected women, AKA the future Queen of England and for all I know even Australia too – appeared not to notice.

Never the less, even if I had fallen for Mel Grieg’s Queen Impression, Michael Christian’s appalling Impression of Prince Big Ears would have given the game away. After all, Dobby, as Big Ears doesn’t like to be known, punctuates every other word that he mumbles, with a long drawn out “errrrrrrrrrrrrrrr”, while the Aussie DJ didn’t add a single one into the mix. I’m sorry, but you can’t impersonate Dumbo – as Dobby also doesn’t like to be known – without using a long drawn out Errrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. Not if you want to get away with it anyway.

Then, just when you think that the call couldn’t get sillier, two sound engineers began barking in unison in an effort to sound like Corgi dogs. Never mind that they sounded more like faulty Corgi boilers. And still, the silly nurse didn’t cotton on. Unless of course, she had secretly cottoned on or knew in advance about the surprise call from the ‘Queen’.

Either way, in my view, the two DJ’s were to be congratulated for managing to pull off such a badly executed jape. Course, no one was laughing 3 days later when Jacintha tried to hang herself. In fact, Mel & Mick have now become the focus of the nation’s anger – which has given the so called, ‘scummy benefit scroungers’, a well deserved break, I suppose. In fact, such is the backlash that Mel & Mick have had to go into hiding.

And why is that?

Well, for no other reason than the MSM said it was Mel & Mick’s fault that Jacintha was dead and with that; a nation inhabited by people, now too frightened of their government to think independently of what they are told, got angry.

Whereas, when I first heard about Jacintha hanging herself (although, at one point, if the MSM were to be believed, she was apparently just as inept at doing that that as she was at handling phone calls), it never crossed my mind that the DJ’s were to blame. In fact, I was inclined to think that she must have done the do because she’d been sacked for her cavalier attitude and gross incompetence – and I’m not even choking – Ha, ha, geddit? Choking- Hanging – Joking… Forget it.

Bet that will draw a few nasty comments. Think before you do though. I may top myself with the shame, and then you will be vilified in the MSM, ya fucking hypocrites… I won’t really top myself… I’m not that fucking stupid or selfish. Cue the sheeple’s collective gasps of horror at Spivey’s wicked words.

Mind you, given her apparent level of incompetence, that would explain why she was relegated to being a receptionist instead of tending to Gold Digger Smith, as you would expect a senior nurse to be doing. Unless of course, private hospitals have far too many nurses and nowhere near enough receptionists. Funnily enough, it’s the opposite way round on the NHS… I am of course lying. The NHS has nowhere near enough nurses or receptionists.

Never the less, Jacintha, having bravely tried to kill herself, but failing miserably and then inexplicably dying anyway, quickly became a national hero, with many a tear being shared in solidarity for her husband and his two children – who didn’t appear to be shedding any… You really, really couldn’t make this shit up, don’t cha know.

Inevitably, as I had by now come to expect, the MSM changed their minds again and decided Jacintha was dead by the time the Paramedics got to her. Course, this latest version is much easier to explain away, since alive and conscious (as was the MSM story Wednesday and Thursday of last week), would have made it hard to explain why Jacintha died in the first place.

It just doesn’t make sense does it?

The Chimp article then states:

A second nurse told the inquest that Mrs Saldanha emailed her after the prank to apologise for the incident.

This is actually absolutely abysmal reporting from the Chimp because it doesn’t make clear if this “second nurse” is the nurse who took the call from Jacintha or not.

I will however presume that she is, but once again there was no mention whatsoever of emails being sent up until now.

The article continues:

The nurse, who cannot be identified due to reporting restrictions, read out the message to the inquest.

It stated: ‘It’s all my fault. I feel very bad about this to get you involved. If there was anything I could do to mend this I would do it.’

The email went on: ‘I’m very upset and don’t know what to do. Things are all going in the wrong direction.’

Mrs Saldanha said she was ‘terribly sorry’ and added: ‘Please blame me for this. I accept the fault was mine. I should have checked before I gave the call to you.

‘I can only say sorry. Please accept my apologies.’

I’m very upset and don’t know what to do. Things are all going in the wrong direction

UNBE-FUCKING-LIEVABLE!

Now I can imagine that most people will not be interested in this inquest at all especially given the time lapse.

After all, your average citizen has the attention span of a Goldfish.

Nevertheless, this is massively important because we have once again been sold a crock of horseshit, justice has gone out of the window and the cunts have got away with murder.

And like I say, fuck all was mentioned about that incriminating email at the time – or since for that matter – up until the inquest and indeed the communication totally contradicts everything that has been said up until now.

The Chimp article continues:

The nurse told the inquest that she believed she would be talking to the Queen because that impression was given to her by Mrs Saldanha.

She said she addressed the caller as ‘ma’am’ and spoke about Kate’s condition, saying she was ‘comfortable’ engaging in the conversation.

‘There was a mention about her general condition. I knew we had spoken about IV fluids and hydration and she was comfortable with that.

‘I did consider why I was receiving a phone call at this time in the morning, 5.30am, although I wondered why I did feel there may have been interest.

‘I had followed the press prior to the incident, she [The Queen] had shown some favour to my patient. There would be some interest in what was going on.

‘Initially, it did seem plausible. I started feeling nervous when the caller talked to a male voice and asked him to take the corgis for a walk. It didn’t seem appropriate for the call. I just sort of stood still. I was trying to get out of the call. I was alarmed, but stunned.’

‘I had never been in this situation before and wanted to bring things to an end quickly.

She added: ‘I thought it was a prank as soon as I heard about the corgis.

And that is why I believe that this “second nurse” is the so far un-named nurse who if anyone, was the one who should feel humiliated.

Course, if you could listen to the prank call, I am sure that you would agree that she sounds like someone who knows she is being set up but has turned the tables by playing along.

Moreover, as I said earlier, you would have to be a complete fuck-wit to fall for such old bollocks.

But lets carry on with the nonsense:

The nurse then described what happened when the call ended.

‘I replaced the handset and looked directly at Jacintha and said there was something wrong with the phone call, it wasn’t right,’ she said.

How the fuck did she do that?

Look and speak to Jacintha I mean?

After all, Gold Digger Smith wasn’t in a goldfish bowl in the corner of reception was she?

So how the fuck could the two nurses have looked at each other?

I would imagine that perjury in an inquest carries the same 7 year prison sentence that it does in a court trial.

The old fanny continues:

The day after putting the hoax call through Mrs Saldanha emailed the nurse and her boss, matron Caroline Casse to apologise.

Mrs Saldanha’s boss said the hospital took the view that the incident had been a mistake and there had been no mention of disciplinary action, with support on offer for both nurses involved in the call.

‘Although they had breached protocol we felt it was a nasty trick at a ridiculous time of the day,” she said.

Okay, notwithstanding the fact that there would be a procedure in place for speaking to Gold Digger Smith, we now have this Mama Cass bird coming into play and she too allegedly gets an email from Saldanha, despite Jacintha not mentioning the incident at all to her family.

And once again, despite the mass coverage back in December 2012, never once was this Mama Cass quoted or even mentioned in the press.

Lucy Crosseye’s continues:

The matron broke down on the stand when asked about an email she received from Mrs Saldanha the day before she was found dead.

She was unable to immediately respond to the email because she said she was busy dealing with the discharge of Kate, but later wrote to the nurse urging her not to worry.

‘I do regret not answering that email earlier, whether it would have made any difference or not I don’t know,’ she said.

‘There was no indication that she wasn’t coping, she was seen as coping.

‘As a nurse you have to be able to work under pressure and she thrived off it.’

Fuck me, don’t they always break down on the stand?

Furthermore, we also once again see the obligatory false flag contradictory evidence coming into play.

By that I mean, that earlier on the inquest had been told by the unidentifiable 2nd nurse how upset Jacintha was.

Yet now we have her Matron testifying that Jacintha had shown no sign of being upset… Doesn’t add up does it?

We then hear about the subsequent phone calls from the Australian radio station that took place after the prank call had been recorded in order for the media company to obtain permission to play it:

The inquest was told that Miss Greig’s radio station had made a further four calls to the hospital.

Fiona Barton QC, representing the hospital, said the additional calls were made between 5.30-6am shortly after the hoax, but their content was unknown.

She said ‘the reality is’ that Miss Saldanha would have answered them since she was on duty at the time.

Now, why the fuck would Jacintha have answered the calls?

I mean, the Australian radio station would have been aware that it was 5:30 AM in England and that there would have been no one there to give permission and even had they asked Jacintha, given the circumstances as we are told, she would have obviously said “no”.

Never the less, the fact that permission was sought AFTER the prank call suggests that the two deejay’s were not live on air when the recording was made.

In turn, that indicates that there couldn’t have been any hurry to have the permission granted and it wouldn’t have been the deejays job to seek permission anyway.

Therefore, I find these alleged phone calls extremely suspect, especially so when it was stated in the press on December 10th 2012 that the prank call WAS live and that the permission seeking calls came BEFORE the prank call… In which case, the call would not have been a fucking prank since the element of surprise would have been taken away:

Rhys Holleran, chief executive officer of Austereo, the owners of 2Day FM, said his team had attempted to liaise with King Edward VII Hospital before the bogus royal call was played on Australian radio.

He added he believed his radio station staff had carried out the appropriate level of duty while performing the hoax in which an update on the Duchess of Cambridge’s medical condition was played live on air. Source

Further evidence to suggest that the call was live came to light on the 10th of December 2012 when the two deejays Michael Christian and Mel Grieg were interviewed by Seven Networks Clare Brady on the program Today Tonight :

Michael: ‘I don’t think that anyone could have predicted what could’ve happened. It was just a tragic set of circumstances that I don’t think anyone could have thought that we’d be here.’

Clare: ‘Who came up with the idea of the prank?’

Michael: ‘It was just in a team meeting before the show.’

Mel: ‘Everything’s done as a team.’

Clare: ‘Did you have legal advice or senior producers nursing you through this?’

Michael: ‘The call to begin with wasn’t about speaking to Kate. It wasn’t about trying to get a scoop or anything. The call was just – I mean we’d assumed that we’d be hung up on and that’d be that.’

‘There’s no malice in the call. There was no digging. There was no trying to upset or get a reaction’
DJ Michael Christian

Clare: ‘When you weren’t hung up on and, let’s be honest, you thought it was a coup at the time, were you quite shocked that you even got that far to talk to the nurse beside Princess Kate? Source

Now, if making the call is discussed before the show, and then made during the course of it, the show must have been prerecorded which is kind of unusual for a radio show.

Upset: Sydney-based 2DayFM radio presenter Mel Greig speaks during an interview with Seven Network's current affairs program Today Tonight

Mel Grieg cried her eyes out when interviewed by Clare Brady

However, as the interview goes on, the prank call is referred to as being a “prerecorded segment”:

Michael: ‘This phonecall is the same with any phonecall, with any prerecorded segment that goes to air, there’s processes in place and people that make those decisions. I mean our role is just …’

Clare: ‘Have you been taught that – sat down in a legal class? (Interrupting)’

Michael: ‘There are people that make those decisions for us. Our responsibility is just to…’

Clare: (Interrupting) Did someone listen to that recording and say?’

Mel: (Interrupting) ‘It went through the processes of every other recorded bit that we do – from interviews to you know anything at all that gets recorded and passed on to the appropriate people, goes through the process, and we’re told whether it’s yes or no to play.’

Clare: ‘What was it, if you can give me a rough, and it probably feels all blurry to you, but the time spent from when you did that call to putting it to air? Was it two hours, three hours?’

Michael: ‘In between all of that though it wasn’t as though we were sitting around waiting for an answer. You know there was …’

Mel: ‘We go about our work and just keep going.’

This now begs the question: How did they record the call in the middle of a live show?

Moreover you will notice that when Clare Brady asks how long after the call was recorded, was it broadcast the pair sidestep the question.

Now, I will say at this stage that I believe that the two Deejays were coerced into making the call, totally unaware that they were being set up.

Certainly anyway in the case of Mel Grieg who it is fair to say was not only devastated by Jacintha’s death; but has also had her life ruined by it.

I also believe that Jacintha – and possibly the unidentified nurse – were aware that the call was coming and Jacintha was murdered in a possible double cross move by the security services in order to give the story the mass attention that it received… Think about it and it makes sense.

After all, Jacintha certainly sounds like someone who was expecting the prank call judging by the ease in which she put it through to Gold Digger Smiths room.

That would also explain why such a prestigious hospital had a senior nurse doing a phone receptionists job, which indeed she was doing although the lying bastards are now trying to say that the call was diverted to Jacintha via the reception desk:

Jacintha Saldanha, a 46-year-old mother of two, had been manning the hospital switchboard when the Australian hoaxers called and she transferred the call to the Duchess of Cambridge’s ward. Source

Moreover, it would also explain why the hospital claimed not to know about the phone calls:

The King Edward VII Hospital today said the radio station that broadcast the hoax call did not contact senior management or its press office in advance – despite its claims it called five times.

Sources also said they were ‘extremely surprised’ at the statement from the station because it indicated the broadcaster was well aware of its responsibility to inform the hospital of what it had done, yet went on to broadcast the call regardless.

The hospital spokesman said: ‘Following the hoax call they did not speak to senior management or the company that deals with our media enquiries.’Source

And purely for information purposes, 5:30 AM in London on the 4th of December would have been 4:30 PM in Sydney, Australia on the 4th of December.

Moreover, when asked again whether the radio station had followed the rules on gaining permission to broadcast the prank call, Rhys Holleran – who had earlier stated that the station had done so – inexplicably refused to answer:

In another interview today Holleran refused to say if the station followed regulator’s guidelines and contacted the two nurses involved to ask their permission to air the segment.

Australia’s Channel Ten show The Project Holleran was asked three times if either nurse had been spoken to about their involvement in the call made by Sydney’s 2Day FM deejays Mel Greig and Michael Christian.

Holleran said: ‘We have a process and procedure in place and we followed those procedures.’ Source

Very strange, which of course is another sign of a false flag in so much as nothing ever quite adds up.

Never the less, the Chimp article then continues with the newly invented Mama Cass still in the witness box talking about the phone calls:

She told the hearing: ‘If she [Mrs Saldanha] answered any of these calls – and there were four of them – then it can only have added to the stress she was under when she realised this was a prank call by a radio station.’

Ms Barton went on: ‘We do not know if the calls were in fact answered. If they were answered by Jacintha Saldanha there is an issue as to what was said as that could have further confounded the stress she felt and therefore had an impact on her death some time after.’

The lawyer said that if the calls were made in an attempt to obtain consent from the hospital to broadcast the prank then they ‘would have been taped’.

She added that no follow up calls were made during working hours.

Miss Barton applied to call a producer from the radio station, in order to clarify the purpose of these later calls, adding that Miss Saldanha was ‘the only person who could have answered those calls’.

And therefore you can only conclude that someone is fucking lying.

Never the less, to add credence to my claim that Mel Grieg was used as a stooge and totally unaware of what was going on, she has taken it on herself to fly over here from Australia and indeed was keen to give evidence at the inquest.

However, her request was quite bizarrely turned down.

Moreover, the usual old bollox portraying the victim as a saint was being touted at the inquest, with Jacintha’s husband Ben Barboza – have you noticed that married couples never have the same surname in these false flags – stating:

‘During her days off in Bristol she used to help our elderly neighbour.

‘The week before she died our elderly neighbour was hospitalised, Jacintha was at her bedside for the whole day and she said I don’t think she will be here when I return. But sadly she herself didn’t return.’

You can believe that old bollocks if you want, but I certainly don’t yet there can be no denying that the victims in these false flags are always touted as super human.

Get on with it Lucy:

Asked by Westminster Coroner Fiona Wilcox if his late wife had ever suffered from depression or any psychiatic problems, he answered: ‘No, not at all.’

He denied she had ever attempted to kill herself or talked about it.

Evidence from her GP revealed she was in good health at the time of her death and had no history of mental illness.

Her husband said: ‘She was a normal, bubbly lady around the house.’

Now, that is extremely strange when you consider that every single English newspaper carried a story at the time, about how Jacintha had twice before tried to commit suicide:

The nurse who committed suicide after answering a hoax phone call about the Duchess of Cambridge made two attempts to kill herself last winter and had been prescribed antidepressants.

Jacintha Saldanha, who took her own life days after the call from Australian DJs pretending to be the Queen and Prince Charles, attempted to commit suicide last December with an overdose of pills during a family visit to India.

She survived after being rushed to hospital but tried to commit suicide again just nine days later by apparently jumping from a building.

Ms Saldanha, 46, spent several days in intensive care before receiving psychiatric treatment and being prescribed a course of powerful antidepressants for nine months. Source

And then there is this:

Although Ms Saldanha’s family have previously said she did not have a history of depression, new reports suggest she has been battling the condition since at least December last year. 

That month, Ms Saldanha, her accountant husband Benedict Barboza, 49, their son Junal, 17, and adopted daughter Lisha, 14, attended a family wedding in Shirva, 30 miles north of Mangalore. But on December 30, just days after the devout Catholic family celebrated Christmas, Ms Saldanha is believed to have taken an overdose of pills. She was rushed to a private hospital in Mangalore, where she was treated for ‘self-harm’.

Australian radio DJ's Michael Christian and Mel Greig who were responsible for the prank call to King Edward VII hospital

PHOTO: Australian radio DJ’s Michael Christian and Mel Greig who were responsible for the prank call to King Edward VII hospital

On January 8 this year, she is believed to have attempted suicide again and was treated at Father Muller Medical College Hospital for head injuries suffered in a ‘fall’. 

She was kept in intensive care for several days and then admitted to the psychiatric ward of the hospital, where she was treated for depression.

She was discharged three days later and given a nine-month course of anti-depressants. Her family was warned there was a risk that she may attempt suicide again.

Ms Saldanha, 46, is understood to have spent several days in intensive care before receiving psychiatric treatment and being prescribed a course of powerful antidepressants for nine months following her suicide attempts

Ms Saldanha, 46, is understood to have spent several days in intensive care before receiving psychiatric treatment and being prescribed a course of powerful antidepressants for nine months following her suicide attempts

Ms Saldanha’s medication would have finished in September. It is not known if she was prescribed any more or if staff at King Edward VII’s knew of her fragile condition.

Last night, her brother, an engineer in Mangalore, said: ‘We didn’t know about the first incident, but we knew about the second incident at Father Muller.’ He refused to give further details. Source

Move on Spivey, just move on.

The article then goes on to talk about a suicide note… Now this bit is also interesting:

Mrs Saldanha, who was found dead by members of staff, had left a suicide note blaming the Australian DJs responsible for her death.

In the handwritten note, addressed to her managers at the King Edward VII hospital, she said: ‘Please accept my apologies. I am truly sorry.

‘Thank you for all your support. I hold the Radio Australians Mel Greig and Michael Christian responsible for this act. Please make them pay my mortgage. I am sorry. Jacintha.’

I say interesting because only the one suicide note was mentioned, when there was actually three:

According to evidence given by Metropolitan Police Detective Chief Inspector James Harman at Westminster Coroner’s Court, Mrs Saldanha left three notes before she died.

Two of these were in the room where she was found hanging, while a third was found among her personal possessions, police said. Source

Now, it is indeed fair to say that I made a big thing about these suicide notes at the time since they were found days apart, and no one – including Jacintha’s husband – was allowed to see them:

Here is some shit you really couldn’t make up.

You may remember the nurse Jacintha Saldanha who supposedly killed herself over the prank radio call from an Australian radio station.

Despite not being pranked herself, she unfathomably put the call through to Kate Gold Digger Smiths hospital room. Gold Digger Smith was in hospital after getting a severe case of feeling a bit under the weather.

You may also remember that a week or so after Jacintha’s murder suicide the authorities came up with the idea of a suicide note. They then decided that the one note didn’t explain everything properly and as such, promptly found two more… Like ya do.

The Sunday Times has now revealed that in one of the notes – that nobody including Jacinthas husband was allowed to see – the nurse blames the two deejays responsible:

“Please accept my apologies. I am truly sorry. Thank you for all your support. I hold the Radio Australians Mel Greig and Michael Christian responsible for this act. Please make them pay my mortgage. I am sorry,”

Don’t you think her suspect death is even more suspect after reading that?

I mean, why specifically name the two deejays. Would something along the lines of “I blame the two Australian DJ’s” or “I blame the hoax call” been a more likely scenario?

“Make the cunts pay my mortgage” is a nice touch though.

Maybe I’m a bit slow, but it took me a while to remember the deejay’s names off by heart, although I was repeatedly writing about the case, yet a nurse in turmoil remembered them despite the names not really coming to prominence until after her death. 

To someone not that familiar with all the details of the case, the fact she did specifically name them may appear inconsequential.

I myself, who wrote about this ‘suicide’ in great detail, find the fact very, very suspect. Source

And then there was this from the Monkey Boys themselves:

Jacintha Saldanha, 46, left a note in her living quarters near King Edward VII’s Hospital in London where she died last December, The Sunday Times in the UK reports.

Ms Saldanha left three notes including one about her funeral instructions and one more that said she did not hold anyone she worked with responsible.

In the letter, which was written to her managers, she refers to the two 2Day FM DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian who posed as the Queen and Prince Charles.

“Please accept my apologies. I am truly sorry. Thank you for all your support. I hold the Radio Australians Mel Greig and Michael Christian responsible for this act. Please make them pay my mortgage. I am sorry,” she reportedly wrote. source

Yet those other two notes appear to have now been conveniently forgotten about… The whole thing fucking stinks.

Now, in the 2nd Chimp article which deals with the inquest verdict the following is stated:

Concluding the inquest, Dr Wilcox said this afternoon: ‘I am satisfied so that I am sure that Ms Saldanha acted alone. There are no suspicious circumstances, There were no actions of a third party and it was therefore a voluntary act.’

NO SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES!!!

What about the fact that we were told that Jacintha Saldanha was a devout catholic?

After all, the fact that being a devout Catholic meant Jacintha was extremely unlikely to top herself, – especially over something so trivial – was reinforced by a website called Kemmannu which is based in the United Arab Emirates:

Practical, clever, strong… Jacintha worked in Mumbai before Muscat and Kuwait and then the UK, say ex-colleagues based here.
Jacintha Saldhana would have never have committed suicide and her death should be thoroughly probed.

That is the firm belief and opinion of her former classmates, friends and colleagues, many of whom are based here in the UAE. Source

And then there are the missing articles stating that Jacintha was alive and conscious when she was found.

Moreover, despite those articles disappearing, the Tap Blog had also picked up on those stories:

Inevitably, as I had by now come to expect, the MSM changed their minds again and decided Jacintha was dead by the time the Paramedics got to her. Course, this latest version is much easier to explain away, since alive and conscious (as was the MSM story Wednesday and Thursday of last week), would have made it hard to explain why Jacintha died in the first place.

However, when I again tried to find the Daily Mail’s report attesting to that afore mentioned fact, it had mysteriously vanished. Did I dream it, I wondered. Seems not, because the TapBlog had also picked up on the very same issue and even had a partial print out of what the newspaper had reported. Yet when I clicked on the provided link, I was directed to a Daily Mail story about Jacintha, from which the piece about her being alive had vanished. The following is that snippet that the Tapblog had on their website along with the link to the full article:

“was still alive when found hanging in her staff housing and attempts were made to revive her, it was claimed today.
Jacintha Saldanha, 46, was found alive at her accommodation on Friday morning and was still conscious when police and paramedics arrived – but they could not save her, Sky News reported.”

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti…ging-flat.html

And then there were the other injuries to Jacintha which appear to have now been wiped from history:

It was also revealed that Jacintha had marks on her wrists. Well, what kind of marks were they? Why, go to all that trouble of persuading the populous that a senior nurse, with a loving family, hung herself after falling victim to a prank which left her humiliated because it involved the Royal Family, and then withhold vital information?

It got even worse the next day when the MSM revealed that there were actually three suicide notes, as opposed to supposedly only being the one – as had previously been reported… Six days after the fact. Hmmm!

Even that revelation had anomalies to it since two of the notes were in the room and the other one was with her property. Wasn’t her property in her room then? Isn’t it a bit strange that the notes were not all together? And most strangely of all, why are the family only allowed to have typed copies of the notes? As I said earlier, why not at least photocopies if they were not allowed the originals – which by law means they are the family’s own property. If nothing else, photo copies would be quicker to do than typed copies and rule out the chance of any errors.  Source

And then there is Keith Vaz’s involvement.

I mean why the fuck has he been so closely involved anyway… As if I didn’t know.

That second Chimp article states:

Leicester MP Keith Vaz added: ‘Over the last two days, the family and the world have heard about her nobility, her dedication to her patients, her love of her job and her fantastic professionalism.

‘The family of course accept the verdict of the coroner’s court today.

Yet Vaz didn’t know the family previous to Jacintha’s ‘suicide’ and he wasn’t their MP.

The family actually live in Bristol… Bristol being the subject of a couple of recent articles of mine.

And if that isn’t enough to make the case suspicious, consider this taken from another of my articles on the Saldanha murder:

Family Suspects ‘foul play’ in Jacintha’s Death in London

Mangalore, Dec 12 (IANS): British authorities will conduct a post-mortem and an inquest into the mysterious death of Indian nurse Jacintha Saldanha in London, but her family in Karnataka suspects “foul play” and wants an independent inquiry into the tragic episode.

“Jacintha’s grieving family is anxiously waiting for the post-mortem report and the outcome of the inquest by the Scotland Yard, because they suspect foul play in her tragic death as she was a strong woman and would not have resorted to such an act (suicide),” her family’s close friend Ivan D’Souza told IANS Tuesday from Mangalore, about 350 km from Bangalore.

In the absence of details or more information on the incident from Jacintha’s husband Benedict Barboza from London, members of both the families have been avoiding media as they are in a state of mourning.

“They are too shocked to say anything to the media and are more worried on how Benedict and his two  kids are coping with the tragedy in Bristol, where they reside.
“ I Am told Benedict was allowed to see Jacintha’s body Monday at the King Edward VII Hospital in central London,” said
D’Souza, general secretary of the opposition Congress in the state and a neighbour of Jacintha’s family in Mangalore. Source –
http://www.daijiworld.com/home.asp

… It is then, fair to say that I have never once seen it mentioned in the MSM, that Jacintha’s is an exceptionally suspect death. Neither have any newspapers or TV news bulletins’ questioned Cameron’s inexplicable decision to raise the matter in the House of Commons in which he paid glowing tribute to Jacintha as well as displaying his ability to see into the future by airing his view that “there were lessons to be learned” from her death… Where as, the only lesson that cunt needs to learn is not to give the game away by jumping the gun.

Meanwhile, over in India, such is the disbelief of the official story that it has led to Asian newspapers and Indian delegates calling for the Indian government to hold an independent enquiry into the suicide. Predictably, this fact is also something that our MSM have  neglected to mention:

Mangalore, Dec 10: The suspected suicide of Mangalore-born Jacintha Saldanha, who was working as nurse in the King Edward VII hospital in London, has created ripples all over the globe. On Monday December 10, a press meet was held at the Bishop’s House here to demand thorough investigation and justice in the case.

Addressing the press meet, vicar general of Mangalore diocese Fr Denis Prabhu said, “We urge the Indian government through the media to make quick arrangements to get Jacintha’s mortal remains to India.”

Calling for a detailed investigation, he added, “There should be a detailed inquiry about what led to Jacintha’s death. The bureaucrats of London are behaving in an irresponsible way, hence the India government should intervene in this matter and make further arrangements.

KPCC secretary Ivan “The death of Jacintha Saldanha is suspicious. She was bold and brave lady, with good family background. She would never take such an extreme step. Her death seems to be mysterious. Even her husband and children were not allowed to see the dead body.”

He added, “We have urged our leaders Veerappa Moily, Oscar Fernandes and external affairs ministry to put pressure on the Indian embassy in the UK regarding handing over of Jacintha’s body to her family in Shirva at the earliest.”

He also said that there was no direct contact between the London authorities and her family. “Only Jacintha’s husband telephoned and informed them about her death. Since then there has been not a single piece of information, and even her family could not communicate with Jacintha’s husband.

Ivan further added that though he had no definite information, he had heard that a couple of cops from London had reportedly visited Shirva and conducted enquiries with the Barboza family.

http://www.daijiworld.com/news/news_disp.asp?n_id=157959

There are also another couple of points that instantly spring out at me in the above report:

  • The report states the following;  Only Jacintha’s husband telephoned and informed them about her death. Since then there has been not a single piece of information, and even her family could not communicate with Jacintha’s husband. That would re-enforce my views on Keith Vaz being a gatekeeper to the truth.
  • The fact that the British Police went to the trouble of flying out to India to question the family for an apparent suicide is unusual. Was it a routine visit, or were the Police officers there on a more sinister mission ;  he had heard that a couple of cops from London had reportedly visited Shirva and conducted enquiries with the Barboza family. Source

Sounds fucking suspicious to me.

But let’s ignore all that.

The second Chimp article then continues:

Today it also emerged that the nurse’s bosses wanted to take disciplinary action against her before her death.

John Lofthouse, the chief executive of the King Edward VII hospital in central London, said senior staff wanted to put the nurses through disciplinary procedures for the breach before she died.

But he said he personally wanted to deal with the embarrassing episode unofficially.

The nurse was found hanged after being told she faced a meeting with bosses.

ARE THEY FOR FUCKING REAL?

The exact opposite was stated at the time of Jacintha’s death.

For instance, on the 9th of December 2012, the Chimp stated as fact:

The hospital has repeatedly stressed that Mrs Saldanha did not face any disciplinary action and it ‘was working hard to support her’ but the feeling that she had unintentionally broken the hospital rules, bringing shame on her and her employer, may well have pushed her into taking desperate action. Source

But I guess no one at the inquest was interested in the blatant contradictions.

Course, the special relationship that the hospital has with the royal family would have had no baring on the outcome of the inquest:

The Queen is not only patron but also a former patient — she had surgery on her knee there in 2003. In addition, the Queen Mother, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Camilla and Sophie Wessex have all been treated there. Source

I mean, there is nothing Masonic or Satanic about the hospital at all… Is there.

Just sayin’.

Nurse found dead after answering Australian radio DJs’ hoax call to royal baby hospital ‘was very upset that she thought it was a genuine call from the Queen’, colleague tells inquest

  • Mrs Saldanha, 46, worked at hospital treating the Duchess of Cambridge
  • Nurse found dead after staff tricked into revealing details of Kate’s condition
  • Mel Greig and co-host called hospital pretending to be Queen and Philip
  • Radio station made four further calls to the hospital, inquest told 
  • Extra calls could have added to Mrs Saldanha’s stress, says lawyer 
  • DJ says she will ‘answer any questions’ the Saldanha family have  

By Lucy Crossley for MailOnline

 

A nurse found dead after answering a hoax call for the Duchess of Cambridge told her colleagues she was upset that she believed the prank was a genuine call from the Queen, an inquest heard.

Jacintha Saldanha, 46, was found dead in nursing accommodation shortly after staff were tricked into telling two Australian radio DJs about Kate’s stay at London’s King Edward VII’s Hospital in December 2012.

An inquest into her death today heard the mother-of-two told her colleague she was upset that details of Kate’s condition had been revealed to DJs Mel Grieg and Michael Christian, and thought it was ‘her fault’.

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Ms Saldanha, 46, was found dead in her staff housing shortly after staff were tricked into revealing details of the Duchess of Cambridge's stay
Mel Greig is not due to give evidence at the inquest into the death of Jacintha Saldanha, but said in a tweet today that she was prepared to answer questions 'on or off the stand'

‘Upset’: Jacintha Saldhana (left) had been upset that she thought a prank phone call made by Australian radio DJ Mel Greig (right) had been the Queen, an inquest heard

Family: The family of Ms Saldanha, including her husband Benedict Barboza (second left) and two teenage children Lisha and Junal (together, right) have also arrived at the Royal Courts of Justice for the first day of the inquest, with MP Keith Vaz (centre)

Family: The family of Ms Saldanha, including her husband Benedict Barboza (second left) and two teenage children Lisha and Junal (together, right) have also arrived at the Royal Courts of Justice for the first day of the inquest, with MP Keith Vaz (centre)

Arrival: Miss Greig arrives for the inquest today. She was not invited to give evidence at the hearing

Arrival: Miss Greig arrives for the inquest today. She was not invited to give evidence at the hearing

Kate, who was then pregnant with Prince George, was being treated for acute morning sickness at the time.

In a statement read to Westminster Coroner’s Court, sitting at the Royal Courts of justice, fellow nurse Araceli Articlave said Mrs Saldanha was in charge of the hospital when the DJs called, pretending to be the Queen and Prince Philip.

‘She came to me on the ward and told me she had received a call from somebody saying she was the Queen,’ Ms Articlave said.

‘Jacintha believed it was a genuine call and she put it through to the duty nurse. She was worrying that she had put the call through.

Mel Grieg arrives for the inquest into the death of Mrs Saldanha

‘Jacintha told me she was very upset and felt it was her fault.’

Mrs Saldanha confided in her colleague about the call before it was reported in the media and prior to telling her seniors, she added.

The inquest, attended by Mrs Saldanha’s family and Miss Greig, heard that Mrs Saldanha was the first nurse to answer the call by Miss Greig and Mr Christian, and passed them on to a second nurse on Kate’s ward, who was duped into giving out details of her medical condition.

Mrs Saldanha’s body was found hanging on December 7 2012 – three days after she took the call.

A second nurse told the inquest that Mrs Saldanha emailed her after the prank to apologise for the incident.

Treatment: The Duchess, pictured leaving the King Edward VII Hospital with her husband Prince William, was being treated there for acute morning sickness

Treatment: The Duchess, pictured leaving the King Edward VII Hospital with her husband Prince William, was being treated there for acute morning sickness

The nurse, who cannot be identified due to reporting restrictions, read out the message to the inquest.

It stated: ‘It’s all my fault. I feel very bad about this to get you involved. If there was anything I could do to mend this I would do it.’

The email went on: ‘I’m very upset and don’t know what to do. Things are all going in the wrong direction.’

Mrs Saldanha said she was ‘terribly sorry’ and added: ‘Please blame me for this. I accept the fault was mine. I should have checked before I gave the call to you.

‘I can only say sorry. Please accept my apologies.’

I’m very upset and don’t know what to do. Things are all going in the wrong direction

The nurse told the inquest that she believed she would be talking to the Queen because that impression was given to her by Mrs Saldanha.

She said she addressed the caller as ‘ma’am’ and spoke about Kate’s condition, saying she was ‘comfortable’ engaging in the conversation.

‘There was a mention about her general condition. I knew we had spoken about IV fluids and hydration and she was comfortable with that.

‘I did consider why I was receiving a phone call at this time in the morning, 5.30am, although I wondered why I did feel there may have been interest.

‘I had followed the press prior to the incident, she [The Queen] had shown some favour to my patient. There would be some interest in what was going on.

‘Initially, it did seem plausible. I started feeling nervous when the caller talked to a male voice and asked him to take the corgis for a walk. It didn’t seem appropriate for the call. I just sort of stood still. I was trying to get out of the call. I was alarmed, but stunned.’

‘I had never been in this situation before and wanted to bring things to an end quickly.

She added: ‘I thought it was a prank as soon as I heard about the corgis.

The nurse then described what happened when the call ended.

‘I replaced the handset and looked directly at Jacintha and said there was something wrong with the phone call, it wasn’t right,’ she said.

Knowledge: The hearing was told that Miss Greig should be allowed to give evidence because her knowledge of the events would assist the court

Knowledge: The hearing was told that Miss Greig should be allowed to give evidence because her knowledge of the events would assist the court

Asked to describe the Mrs Saldanha, the nurse said: ‘She was a hard working, reliable, resourceful, professional nurse who I respected and admired and I felt safe when I was talking to her.

‘It was always a pleasure to know we were on the same shift.’

The day after putting the hoax call through Mrs Saldanha emailed the nurse and her boss, matron Caroline Casse to apologise.

Mrs Saldanha’s boss said the hospital took the view that the incident had been a mistake and there had been no mention of disciplinary action, with support on offer for both nurses involved in the call.

‘Although they had breached protocol we felt it was a nasty trick at a ridiculous time of the day,” she said.

The hospital protocol states that no information should be given to callers about high profile patients and instead their details should be taken down and verified.

A dedicated receptionist is now employed to take calls overnight when high profile patients are staying at the hospital, the inquest heard.

The matron broke down on the stand when asked about an email she received from Mrs Saldanha the day before she was found dead.

She was unable to immediately respond to the email because she said she was busy dealing with the discharge of Kate, but later wrote to the nurse urging her not to worry.

‘I do regret not answering that email earlier, whether it would have made any difference or not I don’t know,’ she said.

‘There was no indication that she wasn’t coping, she was seen as coping.

‘As a nurse you have to be able to work under pressure and she thrived off it.’

The inquest was told that Miss Greig’s radio station had made a further four calls to the hospital.

Fiona Barton QC, representing the hospital, said the additional calls were made between 5.30-6am shortly after the hoax, but their content was unknown.

She said ‘the reality is’ that Miss Saldanha would have answered them since she was on duty at the time.

In attendance: Mrs Saldanha's son Junal (left), daughter Lisha, and husband (right) with MP Mr Vaz outside the Royal Courts of Justice

In attendance: Mrs Saldanha’s son Junal (left), daughter Lisha, and husband (right) with MP Mr Vaz outside the Royal Courts of Justice

She told the hearing: ‘If she [Mrs Saldanha] answered any of these calls – and there were four of them – then it can only have added to the stress she was under when she realised this was a prank call by a radio station.’

Ms Barton went on: ‘We do not know if the calls were in fact answered. If they were answered by Jacintha Saldanha there is an issue as to what was said as that could have further confounded the stress she felt and therefore had an impact on her death some time after.’

The lawyer said that if the calls were made in an attempt to obtain consent from the hospital to broadcast the prank then they ‘would have been taped’.

She added that no follow up calls were made during working hours.

Miss Barton applied to call a producer from the radio station, in order to clarify the purpose of these later calls, adding that Miss Saldanha was ‘the only person who could have answered those calls’.

Trick: The inquest heard that Mrs Saldanha was the first nurse to answer the call by Miss Greig and Mr Christian, and passed them on to a second nurse on Kate's ward, who was duped into giving out details of her medical condition

Trick: The inquest heard that Mrs Saldanha was the first nurse to answer the call by Miss Greig and Mr Christian, and passed them on to a second nurse on Kate’s ward, who was duped into giving out details of her medical condition

The application was opposed by Maya Sikand, who represents Southern Cross Media Group, the company who run 2DayFM.

Maya Sikand, representing the radio station, told the hearing: ‘We cannot see now how this issue will assist the court in any way.’

She accepted that the station broadcast the prank call without consent.

Before the hearing, Miss Greig had tweeted: ‘I made a commitment to the Saldanha family that I would answer any questions they have, on or off the stand, I’m here to uphold that promise.’

Her lawyer, Gerwyn Samuel, told the court: ‘My client is in court having come to this country voluntarily in order to assist in any way she can, primarily to uphold her promise to the family of Jacintha Saldanha to answer any questions they may have.’

Mr Samuel told the hearing that Miss Greig should be allowed to give evidence because her knowledge of the events would assist the court.

Mrs Saldanha had been on reception duty and was the first nurse to answer a call by 2Day FM hosts Miss Greig and Michael Christian, who pretended to be the Queen and Prince Philip for an on-air prank.

She passed them on to a second nurse on Kate’s ward, who was duped into giving out details of her medical condition.

‘Melanie Greig did speak to Jacintha Saldanha that night,’ he said. ‘She spoke to her during the prank call and she can give evidence as to what she thought her demeanour was like when she was speaking to her during that call.’

He added that the four additional phone calls each lasted 35, 17, 18 and 45 seconds.

Mr Samuel said his client could give evidence about the content of these calls because she spoke to the people who made them.

Miss Greig appeared somber, wearing a black suit as she sat to the rear of the packed court.

John Cooper QC, for the family, supported the application for her to give evidence, but it was ruled out by Westminster Coroner Dr Fiona Wilcox.

Dr Wilcox said: ‘I understand that Miss Greig may feel she has been unfairly blamed for the events that followed the hoax call and for this she has my sympathy’.

'Long road': Mr Vaz (right, next to Mr Barboza) has acted as a spokesman for the family, said the family have faced a 'long road' for the inquest following repeated delays

‘Long road’: Mr Vaz (right, next to Mr Barboza) has acted as a spokesman for the family, said the family have faced a ‘long road’ for the inquest following repeated delays

The coroner said the DJ’s evidence about Ms Saldanha’s demeanour during the call was not relevant.

She said ‘more hearsay evidence in relation to these calls will not assist the court…and in fact may just serve to fuel speculation’.

Dr Wilcox also rejected attempts to call more witnesses from Australia.

Miss Grieg has previously spoken of the backlash she received in the months following the death of the mother of two, including death threats.

The family of Mrs Saldanha, including her husband Benedict Barboza and two teenage children Lisha and Junal were also present at the Royal Courts of Justice, where Westminster Coroner’s Court is sitting, for the first day of the inquest.

In Mr Barboza’s statement read to the court by John Cooper QC, representing the family, he said: ‘Jacintha had never discussed anything of the patients in hospital.

‘Sometimes I would see something in the newspapers or on the news and she would tell you she couldn’t discuss it. She was always very professional.’

Giving evidence, Bristol-based accountant Mr Barboza said: ‘I would like to say a few words about Jacintha, my beloved wife, my caring wife, loved mother and undoubtedly one of the best nurses.

‘An ambitious lady, who would always drive for success in her career and life.’

Mrs Saldanha lived in Bristol but worked at the hospital in Paddington, central London.

She spent the week in nurses’ accommodation and had been supposed to spend the weekend at home on the week that she died.

Radio show: Ms Saldanha had been on reception duty and was the first nurse to answer a call by 2Day FM hosts Ms Greig (right) and Michael Christian (left), who is not thought to have travelled to London

Radio show: Ms Saldanha had been on reception duty and was the first nurse to answer a call by 2Day FM hosts Ms Greig (right) and Michael Christian (left), who is not thought to have travelled to London

Vow: Miss Greig wrote on Twitter that she was prepared to answer any questions from the Saldanha family

Vow: Miss Greig wrote on Twitter that she was prepared to answer any questions from the Saldanha family

‘She has touched the hearts of everyone she met, this is evident from the numerous thank you cards she received from her patients and the hundreds of card of condolence we received after she died,’ Mr Barboza said.

He broke down in tears in the stand as he remembered one of the last conversations he had with his wife, saying: ‘She was always helping the needy and caring for the elderly.

‘During her days off in Bristol she used to help our elderly neighbour.

‘The week before she died our elderly neighbour was hospitalised, Jacintha was at her bedside for the whole day and she said I don’t think she will be here when I return. But sadly she herself didn’t return.’

Asked by Westminster Coroner Fiona Wilcox if his late wife had ever suffered from depression or any psychiatic problems, he answered: ‘No, not at all.’

He denied she had ever attempted to kill herself or talked about it.

Evidence from her GP revealed she was in good health at the time of her death and had no history of mental illness.

Her husband said: ‘She was a normal, bubbly lady around the house.’

He said he had contacted one of her colleagues, urging her to look for his wife,’ but he told the court: ‘I didn’t think that something had gone terribly wrong.’

Dr Wilcox had earlier reminded the court that ‘no one is on trial’ at the inquest, which is expected to last two days.

The chief executive of Southern Cross Media Group, the parent company of 2Day FM which carried out the prank call, said it does not hold the two DJs responsible for the broadcast.

Rhys Holleran also told the inquest that the company accepts it did not obtain consent to run the hoax call but that it was checked by legal staff ahead of it being aired.

 Hospital stay: Kate was pregnant with Prince George, and has just announced she is expecting another child

 Hospital stay: Kate was pregnant with Prince George, and has just announced she is expecting another child

He said four phone calls made to the hospital shortly after the prank were an attempt to seek permission but were ended by the recipient in seconds.

He said: ‘Southern Cross Radio takes full responsibility for the broadcast. It does not apportion blame to any of its announcers.’

He added that the company ‘deeply regrets’ the tragedy and extended its ‘deepest sympathies’ to the family and friends of Mrs Saldanha.

‘All of our staff have been deeply affected,’ he said. ‘The two presenters have each told me on a number of occasions of their distress and sadness.’

Mrs Saldanha, who was found dead by members of staff, had left a suicide note blaming the Australian DJs responsible for her death.

In the handwritten note, addressed to her managers at the King Edward VII hospital, she said: ‘Please accept my apologies. I am truly sorry.

‘Thank you for all your support. I hold the Radio Australians Mel Greig and Michael Christian responsible for this act. Please make them pay my mortgage. I am sorry. Jacintha.’

Mr Christian is not believed to have travelled to London.

MP Keith Vaz, who has acted as a spokesman for the family, said the family have faced a ‘long road’ for the inquest following repeated delays.

‘This inquest will finally take place after a wait of over 21 months,’ he said.

‘It is has been a long road for the family and I deeply admire the patience, humility and dignity they have shown throughout this traumatic time. It is right that they finally gain closure.’

This week Clarence House announced that Kate and the Duke of Cambridge are expecting their second child and she is again suffering from acute morning sickness.

Mr Vaz said the Saldanha family wanted to pass on their ‘heartfelt congratulations’ to the royal couple.

The inquest was adjourned and is due to resume tomorrow.

‘I’m truly sorry, I have wanted to say that for so long’: Australian DJ makes tearful apology at inquest into death of royal baby hospital nurse who committed suicide after handling her prank call

  • Mrs Saldanha, 46, worked at hospital treating the Duchess of Cambridge
  • Nurse found dead after staff tricked into revealing details of Kate’s condition
  • Coroner records suicide verdict and says phone call was on her mind 
  • Bosses wanted to pursue disciplinary proceedings before she died 
  • Mel Greig and co-host called hospital pretending to be Queen and Philip 
  • DJ flew to UK says she’ll ‘answer any questions’ the Saldanha family have  
  • But coroner refused to allow her to give evidence in two-day hearing 
  • Today she addressed court and apologised to nurse’s husband and children 

By Martin Robinson for MailOnline

An Australian DJ has made a face-to-face apology to the family of a nurse who killed herself after she put her through to the Duchess of Cambridge’s bedside believing it was the Queen.

Mel Greig, who flew to the UK for Jacintha Saldanha’s inquest, broke down as she told the 46-year-old husband and two children: ‘I’m truly sorry, I have wanted to say that for so long’.

The mother-of-two, 46, was found hanged three days after she transferred the Australian hoaxers to a colleague while Kate was being treated for acute morning sickness during her first pregnancy.

The coroner today recorded a verdict of suicide and said she was clearly an ‘extraordinary’ nurse but the hoax call was ‘on her mind’.

Mrs Saldanha’s suicide note blamed Ms Greig and her colleague Michael Christian for her death and demanded they ‘pay my mortgage’, the inquest heard.

Ms Saldanha, 46, was found dead in her staff housing shortly after staff were tricked into revealing details of the Duchess of Cambridge's stay

Concerns: Senior management wanted to discipline Jacintha Saldhana (left) after she had put the call from Mel Greig (right) and a colleague through to another nurse at the King Edward VII’s Hospital

Support: The family of Ms Saldanha, including her husband Benedict Barboza (third left) and two teenage children Lisha and Junal (far left, and far right) speak putsideat the Royal Courts of Justice for the final day of the inquest today, with MP Keith Vaz (centre)

Support: The family of Ms Saldanha, including her husband Benedict Barboza (third left) and two teenage children Lisha and Junal (far left, and far right) speak putsideat the Royal Courts of Justice for the final day of the inquest today, with MP Keith Vaz (centre)

Ms Greig made a surprise appearance at the inquest – but was blocked from giving evidence – but after proceedings ended was allowed to make a statement.

She said: ‘First of all to Jacintha’s family, I am so sorry for your loss. I have wanted to say it to you for so long.

In her statement Ms Greig said: 'To Jacintha's family. I wish I had tried harder to stop it airing. This tragedy is going to stay with me as a constant reminder¿.

In her statement Ms Greig said: ‘To Jacintha’s family. I wish I had tried harder to stop it airing. This tragedy is going to stay with me as a constant reminder’.

‘I was always concerned for the wellbeing of the nurses and only wish I had tried harder to stop it airing.

‘This tragedy is going to stay with me as a constant reminder.

‘To the second nurse involved I am also very sorry about what you had to endure. I sincerely apologise and wish you all the best for the future.’

Mrs Saldanha’s body was found hanging on December 7 2012 – three days after she took the call.

A second nurse told the inquest that Mrs Saldanha emailed her after the prank to apologise for the incident and admitted she could not face her colleagues and bosses.

Concluding the inquest, Dr Wilcox said this afternoon: ‘I am satisfied so that I am sure that Ms Saldanha acted alone. There are no suspicious circumstances, There were no actions of a third party and it was therefore a voluntary act.’

She did not criticise the DJs or the radio station but, addressing four calls made to the hospital by production staff to gain Mrs Saldanha’s consent before the recording aired, added: ‘If she did take these calls I find it inconceivable she would have consented, as a participant in the call, to its broadcast.’

Speaking after the inquest her son Junal said: ‘We miss our beloved Mum everyday and will do so for the rest of our lives’

Leicester MP Keith Vaz added: ‘Over the last two days, the family and the world have heard about her nobility, her dedication to her patients, her love of her job and her fantastic professionalism.

‘The family of course accept the verdict of the coroner’s court today.

‘It is an irony that four calls made in 115 seconds, which were the cause of so much mirth in Australia could have deprived Benedict (Barboza, her widower) of his wife and Lisha and Junal of their beloved mother.

‘These despicable and cruel actions, this hoax, has changed their lives forever.’

He added that the family was taking advice over possible future legal action.

Today it also emerged that the nurse’s bosses wanted to take disciplinary action against her before her death.

John Lofthouse, the chief executive of the King Edward VII hospital in central London, said senior staff wanted to put the nurses through disciplinary procedures for the breach before she died.

But he said he personally wanted to deal with the embarrassing episode unofficially.

The nurse was found hanged after being told she faced a meeting with bosses.

Prank: A nurse found dead after answering a hoax call asking after the Duchess of Cambridge told her colleagues she believed the prank call made by Australian radio DJ Mel Greig (pictured today) was a genuine call from the Queen, an inquest heard yesterday

Call: Mrs Saldanha was the first nurse to answer the call by Miss Greig (pictured today) and her co-host Michael Christian, and passed them on to a second nurse on Kate's ward

Call: Mrs Saldanha was the first nurse to answer the call by Miss Greig (pictured today) and her co-host Michael Christian, and passed them on to a second nurse on Kate’s ward

Family of nurse in royal hoax tragedy “grateful” for support…

Today Mr Lofthouse admitted more could have been done to support her and said: ‘The senior management felt that they had breached confidentiality and should be subject to disciplinary procedures. But my own view was they had been hoaxed.’

The hospital had a policy for answering phone calls for high-profile patients that had worked ‘flawlessly’ until the breach, the inquest heard.

He said: ‘If someone is asking to be put through to the high profile patient, or be given information, the policy is they don’t answer those questions.

‘They follow a procedure and end the call.

‘[Prank calls] happen time to time. The procedure that I have just described has worked flawlessly for many years in the way it was meant to work.’

The inquest heard how in the immediate wake of the gaff the two nurses had been given support the hospital deemed suitable given the circumstances.

Mr Lofthouse said: ‘Jacintha was a well-adjusted, robust individual.

‘A meeting was arranged for the following Monday morning to allow things to settle, whereby to sit down with Jacintha and others to go through what happened, understand from their perspective and what adjustments to protocol might be made.’

Mrs Saldanha returned to work the day after the hoax call and worked a 12-hour shift.

She sent apologetic emails to her colleague and the matron after hearing that she would be sitting down with bosses the following week.

The inquest heard how she also rang the hospital’s human resources to cancel a training session, leaving a brief voicemail on Thursday December 6.

Mr Lofthouse said: ‘I listened to the voicemail several times and the answer is there was nothing to cause concern in content or in tone.’

She was found hanged in her accommodation the following day.

Treatment: The Duchess, pictured leaving the King Edward VII Hospital with her husband Prince William, was being treated there for acute morning sickness

Treatment: The Duchess, pictured leaving the King Edward VII Hospital with her husband Prince William, was being treated there for acute morning sickness

During heated exchanges with John Cooper, QC, the hospital chief admitted that more should have been done to support the nurse.

Mr Lofthouse said: ‘This was a significant event, I wouldn’t be surprised by the fact that Jacintha or the nurse was embarrassed by it, they had been hoaxed and it had been broadcast around the world.

I hold the Radio Australians Mel Greig and Michael Christian responsible for this act. Please make them pay my mortgage. I am sorry. Jacintha
– Note found near nurse’s body

‘They were reasonably robust and reasonably resilient individuals, they did need further support.

‘There was more support to follow in the form of face-to-face conversations which had been planned.

‘My view… was they were receiving an approproate level of care and support.

‘We were not judging this with the hindsight we now have that tells us, in Jacintha’s case, more support should’ve been given.’

Yesterday, the inquest heard the mother-of-two told colleagues: ‘It’s all my fault. I’m ready for any punishment’ – and she was upset that details of Kate’s condition had been revealed to DJs Mel Grieg and Michael Christian.

Kate, who was then pregnant with Prince George, was being treated for acute morning sickness at the time.

The inquest, attended by Mrs Saldanha’s family and Miss Greig, heard that Mrs Saldanha was the first nurse to answer the call by Miss Greig and Mr Christian, and passed them on to a second nurse on Kate’s ward, who was duped into giving out details of her medical condition.

Mrs Saldanha, who was found dead by members of staff, had left a suicide note blaming the Australian DJs responsible for her death.

In the handwritten note, addressed to her managers at the King Edward VII hospital, she said: ‘Please accept my apologies. I am truly sorry.

‘Thank you for all your support. I hold the Radio Australians Mel Greig and Michael Christian responsible for this act. Please make them pay my mortgage. I am sorry. Jacintha.’

Mr Christian is not believed to have travelled to London