Royal Hoax Letter Criticized Hospital

Royal Hoax Call: Nurse’s Suicide Note ‘Criticised Hospital Staff’

It’s been revealed that one of the three suicide notes left by the nurse at the center of the royal hoax call scandal criticised staff at the King Edward VII hospital.

The Guardian reports that one of the notes left by Jacintha Saldanha dealt with the hoax call from the two DJ’s at 2Day FM. The second note details requests for her funeral, and the third specifically addresses the hospital and staff and contains criticism of the staff there.

The Guardian has confirmed that it was given this information by two separate sources.

Mrs. Saldanha, 46, was found hanged last Friday, just days after she transferred a prank call from 2Day FM DJ’s to a duty nurse on the ward where Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge was being treated for acute morning sickness.

It was the second nurse who then unwittingly divulged details of the Duchess’ condition to the radio presenters.

Since then, a transatlantic blame game between Edward VII hospital, the 2Day FM radio DJ’s — Mel Greig and Michael Christian — and Southern Austereo Cross, the radio station’s parent company, has dominated headlines.

Reportedly, Mrs. Saldanha’s immediate family — husband Benedict Barboza and two teenage children — have been given typed copies of the three handwritten notes by the police and they have read the contents.

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