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Part 6 - Ralph Winstanley - FACTS about his death - 21Apr2004

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Table of FACTS in respect of Ralph Winstanley’s death
23Apr2004 - plus numerous supporting document abstracts

Sixth part - 21Apr2004

20/21Apr2004 - overnight - 22.00-07.00
FACT:
Nursing Notes made by Hospice-at-Home nightsitting nurse, Lorna Clark, mention that Ralph Winstanley is now being turned every two hours – and his pressure areas checked.

FACT: Night-sit nurse states - at 22.00 20Apr2004:
‘Sacrum discoloured + L heel.’
then - at 03.00 21Apr2004
‘Pressure areas checked. Position changed. Ralph now on his L side. Both heels elevated off the bed to relieve pressure’
then - at 06.00 21Apr2004
‘Position changed. Ralph on his R side. Sacrum discoloured, heels elevated off the bed’
Nursing Notes - abstract - Hospice-at-Home nightsitting nurse - RGN Lorna Clark - No 59

21Apr2004 - 11.00
More Fiction
: Nursing Notes of District Nurse, make the claim that the ‘Spenco Mattress taken back by hospice at home’
Nursing Notes abstract - District Nursing Sister Julie Marshall and RGN Sarah Grimshaw - No 60

FACT: It is hardly likely that this could have happened, since the Spenco mattress did not arrive until early afternoon of 21 April, having been requested either overnight, after the damage to Ralph Winstanley’s spine had been discovered, or earlier during 21Apr2004.
Nursing Notes - Patient/Carer Communication Form - Charlotte Peters Rock - No 51

FACT: The Spenco mattress was taken back by RGN Lorna Clark - following her third and last night-sit with Ralph Winstanley – at 07.00 on 22 April

21Apr2004 - 15.00 - 20.15
FACT:
Two separate nursing notes make it clear that Ralph Winstanley was completely unconscious by this date.

FACT: 15.00 - DNS Julie Marshall writes 'No non verbal indication of any pain'
Nursing Notes abstract - District Nursing Sister Julie marshall and RGN Sarah Grimshaw - No 61

FACT: 20.15 - RGN K Watts writes 'He remains unresponsive'
Nursing Notes abstract - RGN K Watts - No 62

21Apr2004
NOTE WELL
FACT:
A chart called ‘Injectable medication’ has been filled in to state that no injectable medication was ‘used at present’ , before 20Apr2004. That is patently untrue – as can be seen above and in the Document abstracts, which accompany this Table of Facts.
Injectable Medication Chart - District Nursing Sister Julie Marshall - 52a

21Apr2004
FACT:
Patient/Carer Communication Page makes it clear that Ralph Winstanley’s two daughters are objecting to his treatment.
Nursing Notes - Patient/Carer Communication Form - Charlotte Peters Rock - No 51

FACT: In her Twilight Nursing Service Office Notes,
RGN K Watts has noted the concerns raised by Ralph Winstanley’s two daughters;
‘For information only:-
The elder daughter raised a lot of issues tonight regarding the care her father has received. She has documented a full communication sheet at the back of the notes which she wants answers to.
Some of the issues are:-
1 The strength of drugs are too high and knocking her father out and accelerating his death
2 He has no diet, fluids or antibiotics
3 His pressure areas are not being checked and documented properly
etc. etc. etc.
I answered all her points and gave her the reasons – but she is not happy.
This daughter did not get on with her father. The rest of the family seem happy with the care given. Thought you’d better be aware. Thanks.’

Twilight Nursing Service Office Notes - RGN K Watts - No 63
NOTE WELL: SERIOUS COMPLAINT RECORDED

21Apr2004
FACT:
The notes above show that RGN K Watts also was fully aware that there was a severe problem with the treatment of Ralph Winstanley and that his own two daughters were asking for help. Nothing was done to provide this help.
Twilight Nursing Service Office Notes - RGN K Watts - No 63
NOTE WELL: SERIOUS COMPLAINT RECORDED

FACT: The ‘rest of the family’ mentioned in the notes above, were unrelated to Ralph Winstanley, except by marriage. Nina Clayton, who claimed to be his wife, also claimed that he had not lived at Grange Farm for more than 6 years.
Rosemary Alice Cheesman - Nina Clayton's younger daughter - Birth Certificate - No 64
Electoral Returning Officer, Doncaster MBC - Electoral Return re occupants of Grange Farm, Pinfold Lane, Moss, Doncaster. DN6 0ED - 1998
Electoral Returning Officer, Doncaster MBC - Electoral Return re occupants of Grange Farm, Pinfold Lane, Moss, Doncaster. DN6 0ED - 1999
Electoral Returning Officer, Doncaster MBC - Electoral Return re occupants of Grange Farm, Pinfold Lane, Moss, Doncaster. DN6 0ED - 2000
Electoral Returning Officer, Doncaster MBC - Electoral Return re occupants of Grange Farm, Pinfold Lane, Moss, Doncaster. DN6 0ED - 2001
Electoral Returning Officer, Doncaster MBC - Electoral Return re occupants of Grange Farm, Pinfold Lane, Moss, Doncaster. DN6 0ED - 2002
Electoral Returning Officer, Doncaster MBC - Electoral Return re occupants of Grange Farm, Pinfold Lane, Moss, Doncaster. DN6 0ED - 2003

Of course Nina Clayton was happy with the treatment. It was designed to kill Ralph Winstanley – when he had not been dying. She had told the lies which brought it about. They are recorded by Dr Kevin Lee and by RGN Carolyn Smith
Danum Doctors Services - Dr Kevin Lee - letter - 18May2004 - page 1 - No 36a
Hospice-at-Home Office Notes - RGN Carolyn Smith - No 45

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