Doctor Steven Watkins stated in the British Medical
Journal in 2003 that Sally Clark had been convicted
by a mathematical error.
During her hearing, judges were told that vital medical evidence, which could have cleared her,
was kept secret in her original trial and that tests
on her son Harry showed it was likely he actually
died from a bacterial infection.
It is now on record that the deliberately erroneous, arrogant opinions of Professor Terry Hamblin may have marred potential referrals to him, which could be considered to be unsafe and not in the public interest in the event of his being called upon as an expert in his field.
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