MPs have called for a public inquiry into how monster David Fuller was able to get into hospital mortuaries to sexually abuse bodies.
Tory Greg Clark, MP for the Kent town of Tunbridge Wells, where the crimes took place in two hospitals, said: “We must establish that this can never happen again.
“The scale of the abuse raises important questions as to the security of mortuaries, not just in the two local hospitals but for every hospital in the country. One of those hospitals is ‘state of the art’ with top security systems.
“If it can happen there, it can happen elsewhere.”
The Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust has commissioned an independent investigation.
And Health Secretary Sajid Javid said the NHS had written to all trusts asking for mortuary access to be reviewed. But Mr Clark insisted: “It’s not sufficient.” MPs backing his inquiry call are Tracey Crouch, Nusrat Ghani, Helen Grant, Huw Merriman, Laura Trott, Tom Tugendhat and Helen Whately.
They called the abuse appalling, not least the violation of the body of Azra Kemal, 24, who had died in a crash.
Meanwhile, families of Fuller’s victims have contacted Brighton-based solicitors Dean Wilson.
A lawsuit could cost the NHS “millions and millions”.
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