Analysis of evil baby killer Lucy Letby's handwritten shows she's a 'narcissist' who should 'never have been put in a position of responsibility,' an expert claims.
Letby will die in prison after she was handed 14 whole life sentences for murdering seven babies and trying to kill another six while working at the Countess of Chester Hospital in Chester.
A number of notes amounting to a confession were found in her apartment by police, including one which said: "I am evil. I did this."
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The notes discovered in Letby's diary give an insight into the killer's warped mind, according to graphologist Tracey Trussell.
She told the Mail Online: "On first impressions you could be deceived into thinking she's just an ordinary girl.
"But once you dig deeper and start looking at the broader picture the negatives quickly kicked in, putting an entirely different complexion on things.
"At this point, we see some graphic imbalances and strong clues to Letby’s character, affecting her behaviour.
"It is patently clear Letby should never have been put in a position of responsibility."
It is still unclear why Letby, 33, carried out her horrifying crime spree.
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Studying her handwriting for clues into Letby's personality, Tracey says the wide spacing shows that publicly she didn't like people getting too close to her.
But her 'reclining style of handwriting', the expert claims, shows she was 'withdrawn particularly when stressed'.
Tracey added: "Generally, there are excessively wide, stretched out letters, and in handwriting, excess always provides a gloomy outlook.
"Where broadness tips the balance and becomes overly broad, we have someone who teeters on the brink of vulnerability and will be unable to assert any self- discipline.
"Letby was likely to act impulsively and wilfully, without thought, and powerless to control strong subconscious urges. Plus, she lacked principles.
"It could be that she was spoiled in the past and felt entitled, so she behaved selfishly to meet her narcissistic ends."
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Tracey reckons that once Letby was 'on track to satisfy her cravings', she wouldn't have been able to stop.
One possible motive put forward is that the serial killer could have been vying for the attention of a married doctor at the hospital, who was killed in whenever a baby was in a life-or-death situation.
Shameless supporters of Letby have launched a bid to clear her name after what they called the "greatest miscarriage of justice the UK has ever witnessed".