UK: Muslim Doctor Who Was Convicted Of Negligent Manslaughter Allowed To Practice Again

Would this have happened if he wasn't Muslim?

From Metro:
The mother of a boy who died after a paediatrician mishandled his case has hit out at the decision to reinstate her.

Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba was struck off in January after being convicted of gross negligence manslaughter over the death of six-year-old Jack Adcock.

But she challenged the decision at the Court of Appeal, which yesterday unanimously ruled her name should be restored to the medical register and a previous punishment of of a year’s suspension was sufficient.

Jack’s mother Nicola Adcock has called the ruling ‘an absolute disgrace’.

She told ITV News: ‘It makes a mockery of the justice system.

‘If she’d (Dr Bawa-Garba) have done what she should have done that day I know my son would still be here 99.9% and I will never budge from that.’

Jack, from Glen Parva, Leicestershire – who had Down’s syndrome and a heart condition – died at Leicester Royal Infirmary in 2011 after he developed sepsis.

In 2015 Dr Bawa-Garba was sentenced to two years in prison suspended for two years at Nottingham Crown Court.

The judge said neither she nor a nurse who was on duty ‘gave Jack the priority which this very sick boy deserved’, which included a misdiagnosis from the paediatrician.

She had also mistakenly marked him as ‘do not resuscitate’ after confusing him with another patient.

Mrs Adcock added in interview with Leicester Mercury: ‘We feel absolutely devastated and let down. What they have done is a mockery of the justice system.

‘She has contributed to a child’s death, but she’ll be able to work again.

‘What does it take to be struck off as a doctor?’…

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