A 4-month-old boy who broke off his poisoned hand during a quarrel with his girlfriend was unconscious to detect drug reaction

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 A 4-month-old boy who broke off his poisoned hand during a quarrel with his girlfriend was unconscious to detect drug reaction


The verdict mentions that Lin Nv and Xiaomei (alias) have been friends for many years. The children of the other side were admitted to Changgeng Memorial Hospital in Kaohsiung in December 2017 because of illness. She also accompanied them to take care of them. Unexpectedly, there was a dispute between them during the process. She opened a psychiatrist to Xiaomeis Ann despite the fact that the child was only 4 months old and was in hospital. Sleeping pills are ground and fed to the baby in a syringe. The next morning, the patrol doctor found that the baby was paralyzed and weak. He then turned to the intensive care unit for observation and further urine examination. However, he found that there were suspected components of K, amphetamine and tranquilizers in the urine. He was afraid that the baby might be fed with drugs, so he immediately called the police to deal with them. Then I found drugs and syringes in the family lounge on the 6th floor.

Lin Nv came to the case and argued that she only knew it was a sleeping pill and did not know its side effects. The judge of the first instance held that the ingot given to the boy by Lin Nv was Fallep (flunitrazepam, the third-class drug, flunitrazepam, commonly known as FM2, is also a psychotropic drug). She was uncertain about the safety of the baby, and arbitrary feeding of adult medicines caused the child to fall asleep from 1 to 2 days. The treatment gradually improved after nearly a week. It had obviously caused physical injury. Finally, she was sentenced to three monthsimprisonment for intentional injury to the child by adults. The whole case was appealed to the second instance. Considering that Lin Nv and Xiaomei have not yet reached a settlement, the Court changed her sentence to May and fined Yike 150,000 yuan. Source: Look at the responsible editor of news: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

Lin Nv came to the case and argued that she only knew it was a sleeping pill and did not know its side effects. The judge of the first instance held that the ingot given to the boy by Lin Nv was Fallep (flunitrazepam, the third-class drug, flunitrazepam, commonly known as FM2, is also a psychotropic drug). She was uncertain about the safety of the baby, and arbitrary feeding of adult medicines caused the child to fall asleep from 1 to 2 days. The treatment gradually improved after nearly a week. It had obviously caused physical injury. Finally, she was sentenced to three monthsimprisonment for intentional injury to the child by adults.

The whole case was appealed to the second instance. Considering that Lin Nv and Xiaomei have not yet reached a settlement, the Court changed her sentence to May and fined Yike 150,000 yuan.