Adnan Al-Wadaei, head of the Public Prosecution Office of the Ministries and Public Entities, stated that it is a continuation of the investigations conducted by the Public Prosecution into the incident of causing the death of the twins since they were notified of it. ...
The Public Prosecution listened to the statements of the witnesses, the mother of the two children, who decided that she went to the hospital after the symptoms of childbirth appeared and entered the delivery room, but she was surprised that she was taken out of her and taken to the ward on the grounds that her condition was considered a miscarriage despite the presence of symptoms of childbirth, and she held the medical staff who supervised her case responsible About what happened to the twins, as she gave birth to them without proper medical help. The statements of the grandfather of the two girls were also heard, who testified that he was accompanied by his son in the bath and heard the two girls crying, as well as the person who prepared the grave and decided that the two children were inside a piece of cotton sealed with duct tape.
While the statements of the head of medical services at the Salmaniya Medical Complex were heard, who confirmed that it was proven that the mother placed the two children in a ward designated for gynecology and abortion at one and a third in the morning of Friday, October 16, 2020, and they were examined by a gynecologist and obstetrician and they did not show signs of life. The nurse wrapped them up and placed them in a room designated for aborted fetuses until the father received them at 9:30 in the morning, and after an hour and a half the father brought them and there was one child who was crying, so she was transferred to the intensive care unit for premature babies until she died the same evening.
And based on what the Public Prosecutor ordered, the Public Prosecution directed an inquiry about whether there is a written protocol that includes a policy and procedures for medical treatment such as the case of the victims and the extent of its availability at the Salmaniya Medical Complex. In addition to requesting a security photograph of the wing in which the incident occurred. The Public Prosecution Office also issued a decision to expedite the report of the competent committee to identify medical errors in the National Authority for Regulating Professions and Health Services.