Please help to get justice for Baby P as so far he has not received any especially from the people who where suppose to be there to protect him i.e Social workers, Doctors and the Police. So far the three people who killed Baby P are only being charged with causing or allowing Baby P's death and face only 14 years in prison. This is just not good enough ! they killed Baby P and should therefore be charged with murder surely. Baby P had sustained Fifty injuries and bruises. When he was seen by a doctor two days before he died, he had a broken back, eight fractured ribs and was paralysed from the waist down, how this was missed I cannot imagine. Baby P was found hollow cheeked with his hair shaved off-he died in his own blood spattered cot hours after he was punched so hard in the mouth he swallowed a bottom tooth. That was probably the blow that finally killed him causing a neck injury that affected his breathing. Baby P was seen SIXTY times by health or social workers during the eight months he was abused, the police also visited and state they did not know the two men where living there, how is this the case So far two social workers and a lawyer have received written warnings, is this not something you get for tardiness or too many absences from work etc, not for failing to recognise that a Baby is slowly being killed. Haringey council in North London is also the same authority that failed to help eight-year-old Victoria Climbie in a case that shocked us all in 2000. How many times does a child have to be tortured and killed before the people responsible receive more than written warnings. Please help me in getting justice for Baby P and any other child in these circumstances. All the petition results will be forwarded to Sharon Shoesmith-head of Haringey Childrens Services and Liz Santry-Cabinet Minister of Child Protection.
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