Thursday 14 November 2013
An article of 18 June (‘Operation death: the doctor who
faked his results’) reported that Dr Edward Erin, who was previously convicted
of trying to poison his lover to induce a miscarriage, had been further convicted
of attempting to pervert the course of justice after asking a former cellmate
to kill his ex-mistress and her child. We would like to clarify that,
while that claim was made by the former cellmate, the conviction was based on
Erin’s attempt to undermine the original case against him vis-à-vis the
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