This is the biggest scandal to ever hit Sussex and Sussex Police.
Championed by Wayne Smith, a horror story of such gigantic proportions is only now coming to light, which in it’s criminal overshadows every case of corruption ever levelled against the Conservative Party and Sussex Police.
First coming to the public attention in a Daily Mail article written by Steve Doughty published on 26 October 2012, we were told that a senior consultant called Professor Patrick Pullicino, was claiming NHS doctors were prematurely ending the lives of thousands of elderly hospital patients because they were difficult to manage or to free up beds.
Using the controversial ‘Liverpool Care Pathway,’ (LCP) (in effect the equivalent of euthanasia of the elderly), 130,000 patients in the NHS were murdered.
The article quotes Professor Patrick Pullicino to have said, “Very likely many elderly patients who could live substantially longer are being killed by the LCP.”
Bringing the scandal up to date and closer to home, Wayne Smith claims his own father was murdered while at a St Wilfrids Hospice in Chichester using the LCP model.
He says, “It’s an on-going thing with these Hospices. They were getting payments from the Government to put patients on the LIVERPOOL CARE PATHWAY.”
Having asked Freedom of Information requests, Wayne Smith has learnt the death rates at various Sussex based hospices are “through the roof.”
“So far I have one hospice with 8,000 unexplained deaths. Average death rate for a 14 bed Hospice should be around 170 pa. Currently in the mid 400’s (over double the average). Another with 250 in 2011 & 300 in 2012 and another with over 300 in 2010.”
Using the same drugs used in executions in the USA, by lethal injection, PROPOFOL & MIDAZOLAM are currently being used, and the murder weapon of choice.
Wayne Smith makes the heart breaking claim, “St Wilfrid’s Hospice Chichester gave my father GLYCOPYRRONIUM and Prescribed MIDAZOLAM. He died 36 hours later..”
The list of drugs they use to end life.
“I HAVE BEEN BASHING ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE.”
Having collected evidence worthy enough of starting a murder investigation, Wayne Smith has contacted Sussex Police and the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne, pleading with them to start an investigation.
As of yet, NOTHING.
“Unfortunately there has been a massive cover up to protect St Wilfrid’s Hospice Chichester.”
Further damning Sussex Police and putting the Chief Constable under further public attention, Wayne Smith makes his feelings of an orchestrated police cover up perfectly clear.
“Sussex Police are involved in this cover up. I have given them all of the information and they refuse to investigate potentially 8,000 unexplained deaths.”
It isn’t just a police cover up; as Wayne Smith continues:
“Also West Sussex County Council who license this hospice have refused to investigate.”
MURDER ON AN INDUSTRIAL SCALE.
Just as the Prime Minister David Cameron conceded that under the Conservative Government, child-abuse is now being committed on an “Industrial Scale,” we now find out that the murder of our elderly is also being carried out on an industrial scale.
Should we even be surprised? Taking into account the way they treated the disabled and the vulnerable, it should come as no surprise to anyone that a heartless, criminal Conservative party would twist and manipulate the guide-lines of the ‘Liverpool Care Pathway,’ to unburden the Taxpayers of costly elderly care, to free NHS/hospice beds and lower the nation’s pension bill.
THIS IS STATE SPONSORED MURDER LIKE WE’VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE…
What are you going to do about it?
Wayne Smith has been “bashing everyone about it,” and I’ve produced a mini film and have written an amateurish article about it.
What about you?
This involves and touches everyone. This is about our elderly being murdered by the state.
Are both Wayne Smith and I just making “noise” or is this “news?”
BELOW IS THE RESPONSE WAYNE SMITH RECEIVED IN RESPECT TO HIS FOI REQUEST.
Subject: Response to Information Request CQC IAT 1516 0931
Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2016 10:05:29 +0000
13 April 2016
Ref: CQC IAT 1516 0931
Dear Mr Smith
I write in response to your correspondence dated 23 March 2016 in which you requested recorded information from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
“Please provide me with the number of death notifications submitted by St Barnabas House, Worthing 20 beds. Since 1 October 2010 to the Care Quality Commission.”
The Information Access team has now coordinated a response to your request and we are able to confirm that CQC does hold recorded information in relation to this matter.
All care providers must notify us about certain changes, events and incidents affecting their service or the people who use it. These are known as Statutory Notifications.
You can read guidance on Statutory Notifications on the CQC website at:
In accordance with regulation 16 of the Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009, care providers must notify CQC of the death of any person who uses the care service.
The intention of this regulation is to ensure that CQC is notified of the deaths of people who use services so that, where needed, CQC can take follow-up action.
Notifications about deaths must be sent to CQC without delay.
The table below details the number of notifications CQC has received reporting a death for the location you have specified. The period of time this data covers is 1 October 2010 – 7 April 2016.
|Year||Number of Notifications|
Care should be taken with regards to any potential comparisons of the data relating to the different locations. There are a number of factors that may influence the numbers of notifications relating to certain events that occur within locations of care.
I hope you find this response helpful.
CQC will always endeavour to provide high quality responses to requests for information and seek to be as helpful as possible. We would therefore appreciate if you can complete our online feedback form by visiting the following link:
Any information you provide will be held securely and only used for the purposes of improving the Information Rights service that CQC provides.
Information Access Officer
Legal Services & Information Rights
Customer & Corporate Services Directorate