The Tory government came under heavy attack in the legislature Wednesday after two high-ranking child death investigation experts left their jobs, alleging ministry officials obstruct and interfere with their work. Last week, pediatrician and child abuse expert Dr. Lionel Dibden resigned as chair of the Council for Quality Assurance (CQA) after the government rejected the council’s efforts to improve the ministry’s internal child death investigation process.
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Without identifying herself, the parents said, the social worker began interviewing Multari, asking about their parents, their relationship, their health. “Who are you?” Multari said she asked. “You best not get defensive,” Multari said the woman responded. The woman told her that if she cooperated, everything would be fine. Minutes later, while Multari was nursing the baby, a nurse came and took the newborn away.