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Her mother, Patricia, said: “I am so devastated. She has been with me every moment since they delivered. The news is so hard to bear but I will move on because it’s her last day.

“I just want to thank everybody who has supported us, the police and people at the hospital for everything they did. I don’t even think I am at peace but it was the closest thing to a peace.”

Patricia said she wa전주출장샵s relieved to hear a verdict was pronounced against Esmerelda but that there was still “a great deal of sadness in the room”.

Esmerelda’s mother, Barbara, said: “A very powerful message is being sent about what the families want from the justice system. I have been there myself as a mum and I cannot forget how important it was for me to be in the room.

“It is about all of us feeling together but no one feels like it’s safe for a mother. What they have given up is something they will never get back. It’s the children’s hope in their hearts.”

Patricia was admitted at a central London hospital after her infant son Eamonn had been put in “special care” – meaning he had been turned away from a hospital for life because he might be malnourished. Esmerelda, 3, was born with congenital heart defects, and in 2007 he became the youngest person to die as a result of that.

His death raised huge questions about the state of Ireland’s care and treatment of children born with heart defects as well as health service spending in the Northern Ireland.

It emerged that a number of children in the care of the Irish NHS – including six-year-old Eamonn, who had been given oxyg세종출장샵 세종안마en on Saturday at a central London hospital – had died from conditions that included sepsis, diarrhoea and starvation.

Eamonn’s case became an issue after a report on the deaths of children living in a hospital unit at King’s College hospital, the main provider김천출장샵 for the Northern Ireland health service, released in June.

The report concluded there was a poor treatment of the child on his ward, including “inadequate food, inadequate care, the lack of access to normal daily living and a poor provision of adequate water”, in addition to the lack of medical staff.

Esmerelda’s parents paid tribute to his “mi