Saturday, June 29 2013 @ 03:47 PM EDT
Contributed by: Staff_Journalist
The information was confirmed by the Attorney General's Office, Ana Belfon, who explained this office instructed the Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences (IMELCF) to carry out the autopsies of the bodies to establish the cause of death. The samples for the analysis were taken from at least three of the bodies.
Belfon said this result is essential to establish a punishable act and determine who will be responsible for this event.
Meanwhile, the Assistant Prosecutor proceeded to take sworn statements from the mothers of the infants who died and then the health staff will be called to give their statements. The nursing staff has been interviewed since yesterday and during the next few days the doctors will be interviewed to take their statements. So far, the office of instruction has not qualified the summary, because it is in the initial stage.
It was known that the CSS is contacting patients who gave birth from March to this date, in order to check the medical history of the babies and examine the evolution of their growth and development. (Panama America)