Baby P~The Untold Story
Baby Peter‘s “horrifying death” was down to the incompetence of almost every member of staff who came into contact with him, official reports say.
Peter Connelly died in August 2007 at home in Haringey, north London, after months of abuse.
Details of his case, just published, reveal the incompetence of social workers, doctors, lawyers and police.
His mother, her boyfriend and a lodger were jailed last year for causing or allowing Peter’s death.
The social workers and a single doctor have taken the blame from the public and the press, but were there other professionals who might have saved Peter Connelly? And if so, why did we never hear about it?
Featuring interviews with many people who’ve never discussed the story before, including Haringey‘s former head of children’s services Sharon Shoesmith, Peter’s social worker Maria Ward and Nasim O’Subhi, husband of the doctor who allegedly missed Peter’s broken back, the film reveals the behind-the-scenes manoeuvring that pushed some professionals into the spotlight and left others hidden in the shadows.
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