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In major blow, UK not to bring charges against Aus DJs

In a major blow to the family of nurse JacinthaSaldanha, who want action takes against those who pushed her into committing suicide, Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has decided that no charges would be brought in the United Kingdom.

This means that the two Australian DJs who made the hoax call to a private hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge was staying will not face any action in UK. Jacintha (45) was found hanging three days after the prank unable to take the shame of giving out details of Kate Middleton’s health to the two DJs, fooled into believing they were the Queen and members of the royal family.
Jacintha in a suicide note had directly blamed the DJs for her death in a suicide note.London’s

Metropolitan Police Service said on Wednesday that on 9 July, they passed a file to the Australian Federal Police and New South Wales police in relation to a hoax call made to the King Edward VII Hospital on 4 December 2012.

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