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Top 5 holes in the death of the pranked nurse Jacintha Saldanha.

 
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Top 5 holes in the death of the pranked nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
1. Cops said her death is "unexplainable", but quickly ruled it as "suicide".

2. It's being told that she died in another's nurse home, but the exact address where they "found" her body is being kept in secret. Everything they say is "somewhere near the King Edward VIIís Hospital".

3. Jacintha Saldanha is not the person who gave information about Kate Middleton, she just attended the phone and switched the call to the nurse in charge of Middleton's room.

4. The name of the actual nurse who spoke to the radio station is also being kept in secret.

5. If no autopsy was done and the paramedics allegedly found no sign of foul play, how come the Scotland Yard is claiming "suicide" and WHY the Scotland Yard immediately jumped in the case for starters?

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Re: Top 5 holes in the death of the pranked nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
Vigilant Citizen hints about ritualistic sacrifice.

[link to vigilantcitizen.com]
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Re: Top 5 holes in the death of the pranked nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
1. Cops said her death is "unexplainable", but quickly ruled it as "suicide".

2. It's being told that she died in another's nurse home, but the exact address where they "found" her body is being kept in secret. Everything they say is "somewhere near the King Edward VIIís Hospital".

3. Jacintha Saldanha is not the person who gave information about Kate Middleton, she just attended the phone and switched the call to the nurse in charge of Middleton's room.4. The name of the actual nurse who spoke to the radio station is also being kept in secret.

5. If no autopsy was done and the paramedics allegedly found no sign of foul play, how come the Scotland Yard is claiming "suicide" and WHY the Scotland Yard immediately jumped in the case for starters?

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 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


Thks for this post.
I also am puzzled that she would commit suicide for just answering the phone and transferring the call.
I mean, all she said was Good morning and the name of the hosp, then yes Ma'am, and transferred the call, as you say in point number 3.

Also thanks for the link to the website in yr other post.
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Re: Top 5 holes in the death of the pranked nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
Transferring the call, it was her job to maintain security.

Perhaps it had to do with the 'Tummy Bug' line?

Ritual sacrifice, strange baby, or blue blood pride also possible.
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Re: Top 5 holes in the death of the pranked nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
Transferring the call, it was her job to maintain security.

Perhaps it had to do with the 'Tummy Bug' line?

Ritual sacrifice, strange baby, or blue blood pride also possible.
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Actually the hospital have a proper phone receptionist, who was not available by the time of the prank.

Perhaps the Buckingham's henchmen mistook Jacintha for the other nurse who actually spoke with the radio station, and whacked the wrong person.

I'm having a hard time believing that a woman with a stable life and lovely family would kill herself right before Christmas, over a prank.
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Re: Top 5 holes in the death of the pranked nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
1. Cops said her death is "unexplainable", but quickly ruled it as "suicide".

2. It's being told that she died in another's nurse home, but the exact address where they "found" her body is being kept in secret. Everything they say is "somewhere near the King Edward VIIís Hospital".

3. Jacintha Saldanha is not the person who gave information about Kate Middleton, she just attended the phone and switched the call to the nurse in charge of Middleton's room.4. The name of the actual nurse who spoke to the radio station is also being kept in secret.

5. If no autopsy was done and the paramedics allegedly found no sign of foul play, how come the Scotland Yard is claiming "suicide" and WHY the Scotland Yard immediately jumped in the case for starters?

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 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


Thks for this post.
I also am puzzled that she would commit suicide for just answering the phone and transferring the call.
I mean, all she said was Good morning and the name of the hosp, then yes Ma'am, and transferred the call, as you say in point number 3.

Also thanks for the link to the website in yr other post.
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She failed her responsibility to protect the dignity of the younger. Nurse and the private information ofa patient. She was a good nurse who took her responsibilities seriously. She worked in the world of life and death matters--where a mistake can be catastrophic. She was naive about the world of irresponsible guffawers and gawkers. The idiot DJs crowed and cawed about their prank. To her it was a serious breach of her duty and now the whole English speaking world was hearing about it and laughing.

Its true she did nothing unforgivable. The hospital or royal security might have avoided use of the telephones in the hospital, to protect famous patient and nurses from freaks and weirdos.

Military combatants also overreact when they make a mistake in security or protection of those they have responsibility towards. Its habit from the life and death nature of combat.

"Sensitivity" is not all PC histrionic nitpickery. Good taste and manners really do protect people. Only teenagers and braindeads think serious and responsible adult people can't be hurt emotionally or that emotions are always light and frivolous.
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Re: Top 5 holes in the death of the pranked nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
"Its true she did nothing unforgivable. The hospital or royal security might have avoided use of the telephones in the hospital, to protect famous patient and nurses from freaks and weirdos."

actually, if a medical professional discloses a patients personal information to a third party and the patient did not authorize that disclosure, the medical professional can be suspended or lose their license to practice for a certain amount of time. In this economy, I can see how job loss is one of the leading causes of suicide.

The cover up has more to do with the royals not wanting to seem to blame for her suicide probably b/c they ordered the nurse to be fired for leaking the info. Nurse finds out she is fired and offs herself. The royals did not want this to come back on them and form a negative public draw (considering that the Brits up until Kate came into the picture were growing more weary of the idea of the outdated monarchy).
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Re: Top 5 holes in the death of the pranked nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
If this is the hospital 'favoured' by the royals. Wouldnt that mean all staff have signed the offical secrets act?, and if so was'nt this a warning to the others. This will bring in new privacy laws that will protect the eletes, royals and those doing no good with the police knowledge. Whatever laws they wish to bring in, all they need do is bring this incident up and the sheeple will just agree without knowing the ramifications.
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Re: Top 5 holes in the death of the pranked nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
ok, I have a couple of serious questions..I watched the video of the dj's call...I have read a bit about what happened, but I do not know everything that is happening, so....

what I find interesting is,

1) it was obvious the dj's were not who they said they were
2)how is it even possible that the call was taken seriously?
3)what kind of security is it that anyone can call and get put through AND get info???

I am just puzzled by the whole thing..it stinks to high heaven...

4)Is it normal for the Queen to call like that? and talk in that manner?

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Re: Top 5 holes in the death of the pranked nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
Kate had an abortion at the hospital.

The child had a deformity.

Incidentally the nurse divulged this info to the radio djs.

Royals were furious.

Killed the Asian nurse as a warning to the actual nurse that divulged the information to the radio djs..... That if they ever speak of the scandal, they will be next.

Now will and Kate are trying for a new little devil.

And the royals get away with murder once more.
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Re: Top 5 holes in the death of the pranked nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
Transferring the call, it was her job to maintain security.

Perhaps it had to do with the 'Tummy Bug' line?

Ritual sacrifice, strange baby, or blue blood pride also possible.
 Quoting: NonAlignedEntity


Actually the hospital have a proper phone receptionist, who was not available by the time of the prank.

Perhaps the Buckingham's henchmen mistook Jacintha for the other nurse who actually spoke with the radio station, and whacked the wrong person.

I'm having a hard time believing that a woman with a stable life and lovely family would kill herself right before Christmas, over a prank.
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


Ditto.

Said once and will say it again:

It seems the royals sent a message to anyone willing to play games with them: someone will Die.

And they knew the media would be all over the lady, and royals don't want exposure...

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