Mom ‘staged daugther’s death’ didn’t talk in ambulance

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A mom accused of staging the loss of life of her 16-week-old daughter sitting stony faced in an ambulance and didn’t ask how the girl child was, a court noticed.  

Rosalin Baker, 25, strapped the particular body of baby Imani in order to her chest and took the girl on the number 25 coach, raising the alarm 20 a few minutes into the journey.  

PC Atlanta Ross told the Old Bailey how Baker sat emotionless plus didn’t speak as paramedics dealt with Imani.  


Rosalin Baker, who is accused of staging the death of her 16-week-old daughter, sat emotionless in the back of an ambulance as paramedics performed CPR on the baby. Pictured in court sketch with boyfriend Jeffrey Wiltshire, 52, also accused of murder

Rosalin Baker, who can be accused of staging the loss of life of her 16-week-old daughter, sitting emotionless at the back of an ambulance since paramedics performed CPR on the particular baby. Pictured in court design with boyfriend Jeffrey Wiltshire, 52, also accused of murder


The Old Bailey heard how Baker sat on her phone and didn't cry once. She told a police officer: 'I canât go through this again. I lost another baby last year'

The Older Bailey heard how Baker sitting on her phone and failed to cry once. She told the police officer: ‘I canât proceed through this again. I lost one more baby last year’

Baker and partner Jeffrey Wiltshire, 52, are purported to have battered the child in order to death at his bedsit within Manor Park, east London.   

The officer said: âShe was sitting down at the back of the ambulance. Paramedics had been still giving her CPR plus she was staring at the particular floor. ‘

âShe was on her behalf mobile phone. It appeared she was text messaging someone. I couldnât see, yet I could see her fingertips moving.


Baker strapped Imani to her chest and took the dead baby on the number 25 bus, where she raised the alarm 20 minutes into the journey. Prosecutors say the baby could have been dead for hours. Pictured, the bus route

Baker strapped Imani with her chest and took the lifeless baby on the number 25 bus, where she raised the particular alarm 20 minutes into the particular journey. Prosecutors say the child could have been dead all day. Pictured, the bus route

âShe didnât once ask how the child was. âÂ? ***)

Passengers tried in order to help after Baker raised the particular alarm some 20 minutes straight into the journey till the ambulance came.

PC Ross added: âThere has been no emotion. She wasnât sobbing, she was looking at the ground and had her phone within her hand.

âShe was quite calm. I asked if the lady wanted to sit down. The girl said, ânoâ? She was simply standing there staring at the particular ground. She wasnât crying, â? the officer continued.

âShe do say, âI canât proceed through this particular again. I lost another child last yearâ? â? ***)

Imani has been pronounced dead at 11. 30am and a postmortem examination uncovered she had died from human brain injuries, having suffered a broken skull, broken wrist and with least 40 rib fractures.


Baker and boyfriend Wiltshire, of Manor Park, east London, deny murder and causing or allowing the death of a child

Baker and boyfriend Wiltshire, of Manor Park, east

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