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Woman found guilty of killing nine-month-old girl at Stockport nursery

Nursery worker Kate Roughley left Genevieve Meehan strapped face down to a beanbag for 97 minutes, court heard

  • Nursery death of Genevieve raises troubling questions

A “callous” nursery worker is facing years in jail after being convicted of killing a nine-month-old girl who died after being strapped face down to a beanbag for more than 90 minutes.

Genevieve Meehan suffocated after being placed in “mortal danger” as a “punishment” by Kate Roughley, the deputy manager of Tiny Toes nursery in Cheadle Hulme, Stockport, the trial heard.

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