Editorial: Justice at last

In November 2013, an Old Bailey jury, by a 10–2 majority, convicted general surgeon David Sellu of the manslaughter of a patient by ‘gross negligence’. A six-year journey has taken the Sierra Leone-born surgeon through a coroner’s inquest, hospital investigation, police inquiry, prosecution, conviction, 15 months in prison and, eventually, to the Appeal Court, where three senior judges quashed his conviction…

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