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Loose women’s Linda Robson thinks Baby P’s mother ‘should be sterilized’ upon release

The Parole Board approved Tracey Connelly’s release last month and was met with public outrage after her son, Baby P, died in agony, suffering a broken spine and broken ribs in 2007.

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Baby P’s mother ‘should be sterilized’ if released Robson says

Loose Women’s Linda Robson was disappointed by the Parole Board’s decision to approve the release of Tracey Connelly, mother of tragic baby P, last month.

Baby P – Peter Connelly, 17 months old – died in agony, with a broken spine and eight broken ribs in 2007.

In a case that shocked the country, the youngster was found in a bloodstained cot at his home in Haringey, North London, after eight months suffering 50 horrific injuries.

Connelly, her lover Steven Barker and brother Jason Owen were all jailed.

Connelly was given an indefinite sentence and released in 2013. But she was recalled to prison in 2015 after violating the terms of her license by selling nude photos of herself.







Loose Women’s Council – made up of Charlene White, Linda Robson, Jane Moore and Coleen Nolan – discussed the Parole Board’s decision
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Loose Women’s executive committee – Charlene White, Linda Robson, Jane Moore and Coleen Nolan – discussed the Parole Board’s decision to release Connelly on Monday afternoon, and the conversation quickly heated up.

Panellist Jane said: “There comes to a point where, if someone is deemed to have run out of their time and you believe prison service is a process, she has to be able to go out and move on with a call. live somehow, but it must be monitored”.

However, Loose Woman’s co-star Linda was quick to push back, saying she didn’t believe Connelly could be reinstated.

“If you’re that evil, if you can do it to your own children, if you can let it happen to your own children, there’s no way going to prison will take it away,” she said. that is from you.”







Loose Women’s Linda Robson was disappointed by the Parole Board’s decision to approve the release of Tracey Connelly
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Jane interjected, “But it’s a danger to the wider society,” Linda then interrupted, saying that she believes Connelly “should be sterilized.”

She added: “I don’t believe she will be able to have another child. Look what she did with the first child.

“She lives in an apartment block two blocks from where I live. There’s no way she can go back to Islington. “

Jane later replied, “I’m playing Devil’s Advocate here. Lets suggest that she had a bad childhood, that she did poorly in school, had no chance – ”







Connelly, now 40, was jailed in 2009 after causing or allowing the death of her son Peter Connelly
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Stephen Barker – Connelly’s boyfriend – who was also jailed for his role
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But Linda interrupted, saying, “But a lot of people had terrible childhoods. They don’t continue to do bad things to their children or let bad things happen to their children.”

This comes after Justice Secretary Dominic Raab faced serious questions about why his department did not oppose the decision to free Connelly.

The Sunday Mirror said a junior official representing Mr Raab had “confirmed that the proposal has been accepted”.

However, 14 days later, following public fury over the news, the Attorney General vehemently announced to parliament that he would oppose the decision to let the notorious mother out.

Loose Women airs at 12:30 a.m. weekdays on ITV

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