Viewers of The Killer Nanny slam 'very cold' Louise Woodward

Viewers slam ‘coldand ‘extremely emotionlessLouise Woodward as detective recalls she ‘never asked how Matthew Eappen wasafter the baby was hospitalised for a brain injury on The Killer Nanny: Did She Do It?

  • Viewers of The Killer Nanny: Did She Do It? slammed ‘cold’ Louise Woodward
  • Louise, poi 19, from Chester, was found guilty of killing Matthew Eappen in 1997
  • Matthew died of brain injuries while Woodward was working as a nanny in the US
  • She was first found guilty of second-degree murder and given a life sentence
  • British nanny’s conviction was reduced to involuntary manslaughter 10 days on
  • È fottuto ovunque': ‘I thought she came across as very cold, it didn’t help her
  • Viewers of The Killer Nanny: Did She Do It? slammed the ‘very coldand ‘extremely emotionlessBritish teenage nanny who was jailed over the death of an American infant in her care in 1997.

    The first episode of the Canale 4 documentario, [object Window], explored the case of Louise Woodward, poi 19, di Wirral, who was found guilty by a jury of killing eight-month-old Matthew Eappen while working as an au pair for his family in Newton, Massachusetts.

    Appena 10 quando è stata dichiarata colpevole dell'omicidio di Matthew Eappen di otto mesi mentre lavorava come ragazza alla pari per i suoi genitori negli Stati Uniti, the baby died of brain injuries, con prosecutors alleging he had shown classic symptoms of shaken baby syndrome.

    But the defence team instead argued that his death was caused by an injury he sustained weeks before, and Woodward has always maintained her innocence.

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    Nel documentario, detective sergeant William Burns recalled: ‘The one thing I’ll always remember is Louise Woodward never asked me how that child was doing.

    Woodward, who is now mother to her own young daughter and goes by Elkes after taking her husband’s name, was initially found guilty of second-degree murder and given a life sentence.

    But after an appeal, la squadra di difesa ha affermato che la sua morte era stata causata da un infortunio subito settimane prima 10 la squadra di difesa ha affermato che la sua morte era stata causata da un infortunio subito settimane prima 279 giorni in prigione.

    Many of those watching accused Louise of being ‘extremely emotionless’, con una scrittura: ‘I thought she came across as very cold, it didn’t help her.

    Viewers of The Killer Nanny: Did She Do It? slammed the 'very cold' and 'extremely emotionless' Louise Woodward as a detective recalled how she 'never asked' how Matthew Eappen was after he was hospitalised with a brain injury

    Viewers of The Killer Nanny: Did She Do It? slammed the ‘very coldand ‘extremely emotionlessLouise Woodward as a detective recalled how she ‘never askedhow Matthew Eappen was after he was hospitalised with a brain injury

    Appena 10 weeks after Louise started the job as nanny for the Eappens, the baby died of brain injuries, with prosecutors alleging he had shown classic symptoms of shaken baby syndrome.

    Appena 10 weeks after Louise started the job as nanny for the Eappens, the baby died of brain injuries, with prosecutors alleging he had shown classic symptoms of shaken baby syndrome.

    Un altro ha detto: ‘I thought it then and I thought it now, what an incredibly cold, cold person Louise Woodward was.

    ‘No concern or regret on the death of the baby. Not a tear shed in that courtroom. Chilling.

    Un altro ha scritto: ‘I was only 11 when this story came out in 1997. Listening to what is being said today, is just awful.

    ‘She doesn’t seem to show any emotion throughout.

    Simon Holmes, Louise’s friend, who met her on holiday in 1993, described her aslovely and bubbly and friendlyin the documentary, detto: ‘We had similar hobbies, going to the theatre and musicalsanything to do with the arts.

    ‘Louise wanted to explore the world so it made sense she would go away from home.

    Many of those watching confessed they were baffled by how 'emotionless' Louise appeared in clips from the courtroom

    Many of those watching confessed they were baffled by how ’emotionlessLouise appeared in clips from the courtroom

    WHAT IS SHAKEN BABY SYNDROME?

    Shaken baby syndrome is a severe brain injury that results from forcefully shaking an infant or toddler.

    Due to babiesneck muscles being weak and unable to support their heads, shaking a baby can allegedly cause serious brain injuries.

    Symptoms of shaken baby syndrome can include:

    • Irritability
    • Difficulty staying awake
    • Breathing problems
    • Vomito
    • Convulsioni
    • Pale skin

    The term was first coined in the 1970s by British paediatric neurosurgeon Dr Norman Guthkelch, who said babies were showing a pattern of injuries after being violently shaken.

    These injuriesswelling of the brain, bleeding on the brain’s surface, and bleeding behind the retinasbecame known as the ‘triad’.

    però, in the last two decades, new research has discovered that accidents, diseases, and genetic conditions can cause the same injuries.

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    In a clip from Panorama which aired in 1998, Louise recalled: ‘They were adorablethey were just beautiful children.

    ‘They were pretty devoted parents when they were there. They would take turns each night to come home and take the children from me.

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    Elaine Whitfield Sharp, defence team, recalled visiting Louise at a women’s prison, detto: ‘What struck me about her, was how small she is and how tiny her hands were.

    ‘Matthew was a beautiful butterball of a baby. For this little person to shake this big baby with such violence, it didn’t make any sense.

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    Al suo processo, expert prosecution witnesses claimed that Matthew’s injuries, including a cracked skull, showed the ‘triadof symptoms consistent with him being violently shaken.

    One video showed police officer William E Burn Jr describing his initial interviews with Louise in court.

    Egli ha detto: ‘I noticed she was surprisingly calm, her hands weren’t shaking, her eyes seemed focused on me.

    Louise, poi 19, di Wirral, was found guilty in 1997 by a jury of killing eight-month-old Matthew while working as an au pair for his family in Massachusetts

    Louise, poi 19, di Wirral, was found guilty in 1997 by a jury of killing eight-month-old Matthew while working as an au pair for his family in Massachusetts

    Nel documentario, detective sergeant William Burns recalled Louise 'never asked how the child was doing' after he suffered the brain injury

    Nel documentario, detective sergeant William Burns recalled Louise ‘never asked how the child was doingafter he suffered the brain injury

    Martha Coakley, who was part of the prosecution team, spiegato: ‘The crux of our case was that Matthew died of a shaking and an impact.

    Meanwhile Dr Patrick Barnes testified that it was the ‘classic modelof shaken baby syndrome (SBS) and dismissed the defence’s arguments, but the medic has now changed his mind

    Nel documentario, he claimed that the science behind the diagnosis of SBS is flawed and said he couldn’t now give evidence to convict Woodward.

    Egli ha detto: ‘I was very strong, that it had to be shaken baby syndrome. Non posso (adesso) give testimony that would convict Louise Woodward beyond a reasonable doubt.

    ‘I shouldn’t have done that.

    But prosecution lawyer Gerry Leone told the Sun there was ‘no questionin his mind that Woodward was responsible for ‘killing Matthew’.

    The case is being re-examined in a new three-part documentary The Killer Nanny: Did She Do It?, with Dr Patrick Barnes (nella foto) reassessing the evidence he gave during the trial

    The case is being re-examined in a new three-part documentary The Killer Nanny: Did She Do It?, with Dr Patrick Barnes (nella foto) reassessing the evidence he gave during the trial

    Ha aggiunto: ‘The defence took dissociated and sometimes random pieces of facts to create a story which would steer the evidence away from Louise Woodward.

    ‘But in the end, 12 people who never met each other found that she was responsible, beyond reasonable doubt.

    Nel frattempo, British human rights lawyer Clive Stafford Smith claimed that there is ‘no sciencesurrounding SBS and said it is ‘latter-day voodoo’.

    L'avvocato, who has been representing parents and careers accused of SBS since 1995, disse: ‘It’s based on a 1972 hypothesis by British neurologist Norman Guthkelch, and it was just a hypothesis, with no factual basis on which to prove it.

    ‘Before he died two years ago, he said how horrified he was that his theory had been accepted as fact and sent so many people to prison.

    In ottobre, e nell'ottobre di quell'anno, e nell'ottobre di quell'anno.

    È stata incarcerata per 15 anni, e nell'ottobre di quell'anno 279 e nell'ottobre di quell'anno.

    e nell'ottobre di quell'anno; a decade after her case Woodward was dubbed ‘the most notorious criminal in Massachusettsby an American magazine – e nell'ottobre di quell'anno.

    e nell'ottobre di quell'anno, e nell'ottobre di quell'anno.

    però, her case saw Woodward in an all-or-nothing trial, where no charge lesser than second degree murder would be considered, according to the documentary makers.

    Appena 10 quando è stata dichiarata colpevole dell'omicidio di Matthew Eappen di otto mesi mentre lavorava come ragazza alla pari per i suoi genitori negli Stati Uniti, the baby died of brain injuries, with prosecutors alleging he had shown classic symptoms of shaken baby syndrome

    Ha continuato a protestare contro la sua innocenza in un'edizione speciale del programma di punta della BBC Panorama quando ha parlato con Martin Bashir, che è stato recentemente screditato per gli inganni che ha usato per assicurarsi la sua intervista alla Principessa Diana – Ha continuato a protestare contro la sua innocenza in un'edizione speciale del programma di punta della BBC Panorama quando ha parlato con Martin Bashir, che è stato recentemente screditato per gli inganni che ha usato per assicurarsi la sua intervista alla Principessa Diana








    After a guilty verdict, justice protest rallies followed in both the UK and US, Sono seguite manifestazioni di protesta per la giustizia sia nel Regno Unito che negli Stati Uniti.

    In anni recenti, Woodward has embraced family life after marrying her businessman husband Anthony Elkes in 2013 and now works as a dance teacher.

    Before her child was born Woodward told The Daily Mail: Sono seguite manifestazioni di protesta per la giustizia sia nel Regno Unito che negli Stati Uniti.

    Sono seguite manifestazioni di protesta per la giustizia sia nel Regno Unito che negli Stati Uniti. sono innocente. Sono seguite manifestazioni di protesta per la giustizia sia nel Regno Unito che negli Stati Uniti. Sono seguite manifestazioni di protesta per la giustizia sia nel Regno Unito che negli Stati Uniti. Sono seguite manifestazioni di protesta per la giustizia sia nel Regno Unito che negli Stati Uniti’

    After news of Woodward’s pregnancy emerged, Matthew’s aunt Mary Wong said the law graduate had a ‘right to have a child’, but suggested she take parenting classes and learn to control her temper.

    Lei disse: ma le ha chiesto di prendere lezioni di genitorialità e imparare a controllare il suo temperamento. ma le ha chiesto di prendere lezioni di genitorialità e imparare a controllare il suo temperamento. ma le ha chiesto di prendere lezioni di genitorialità e imparare a controllare il suo temperamento’

    Dr Patrick Barnes testified it was the 'classic model' of shaken baby syndrome, but the medic has now changed his mind. Nella foto: Woodward at trial

    Dr Patrick Barnes testified it was the ‘classic modelof shaken baby syndrome, but the medic has now changed his mind. Nella foto: Woodward at trial

    The trial prompted justice protest rallies in both the UK and US, Sono seguite manifestazioni di protesta per la giustizia sia nel Regno Unito che negli Stati Uniti. Nella foto, supporters of Woodward marching through the village of Elton, Cheshire

    The trial prompted justice protest rallies in both the UK and US, Sono seguite manifestazioni di protesta per la giustizia sia nel Regno Unito che negli Stati Uniti. Nella foto, supporters of Woodward marching through the village of Elton, Cheshire

    With unprecedented access to both defence and prosecution lawyers, detectives, paramedics and journalists, Louise Woodward: la squadra di difesa ha affermato che la sua morte era stata causata da un infortunio subito settimane prima? will detail and re-examine the case, the trial and its conclusion which saw the judge throwing out the jury’s decision, reducing Woodward’s murder conviction to involuntary manslaughter and releasing her from prison.

    Fatima Salaria, Managing Director of Naked, disse: ‘The media circus around this story means it has remained in the public consciousness for over 20 anni.

    ‘With the opportunity to look back with fresh eyes alongside exclusive access to both sides of the story, this documentary offers a new perspective on the case.

    Daniel Fromm, Commissioning Editor for Factual Entertainment at Channel 4, disse: ‘With privileged access to some of those close to the case, this three-part documentary boxset offers fascinating insights into a trial that gripped the public’s attention on both sides of the Atlantic.