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Kate Middleton's Nurse Suicide: DJs OFFICIALLY Not Facing Charges

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Mel Grieg and Michael Christian must be feeling all kinds of relief!

The Australian DJs who orchestrated the now infamous prank call to a London hospital concerning Kate Middleton and her unborn child will NOT be charged with the death of Kate's nurse, Jacintha Saldanha.

We previously reported that it would be highly unlikely for the fired pranksters to be charged with anything, but it was today that The Crown Prosecution Service announced their official decision.

The CPS said in a statement:

"Having carefully reviewed the evidence currently available, we have concluded that there is no evidence to support a charge of manslaughter and that although there is some evidence to warrant further investigation of offences under the Data Protection Act 1998, the Malicious Communications Act 1988 and the Communications Act 2003, no further investigation is required because any potential prosecution would not be in the public interest."

Those (former) Djs should probably be thanking their lucky stars for not having to deal with any legal action!

And even though they are not being officially punished in a legal sense, we're sure that whatever they feel regarding this heartbreaking tragedy is punishment enough.

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5 comments to “Kate Middleton's Nurse Suicide: DJs OFFICIALLY Not Facing Charges”

  1. Whatever says – reply to this


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    I'm pretty sure that the DJs are still employed at the radio station. The show as cancelled but they did not lose their jobs over this. The idea that they would have been charged for manslaughter is just plain stupid anyway. It is horribly sad that the woman chose to take her own life, and while its very possible that the prank was just the straw that broke the camels back is it really any worse than the constant bullying that Perez Hilton and other paparazzi types heap on the people they 'report' on?



  2. 2

    good. they didn't kill her.

  3. Shanghai says – reply to this


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    Very sad but dont think the DJ's could be held responsible in any way. Pranks happen all the time and are still happening every day. No one could have ever thought this would have such a sad ending. Think the hospital and the other staff should take responsibility for this also as they should have trained staff to deal with this situation when they have high profile patients.

  4. Stacerooney says – reply to this


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    I'm glad they're not being charged. I would almost guarantee that this has ruined the rest of their lives. There's been enough suffering.

  5. kate The Uterus says – reply to this


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    Oh that's good they aren't being charged…why should they be charged ? We all know the Royal family had the nurse killed off. Convenient "suicide notes" and all the extra special touches.