By Magda Allani
Created: 16:22 GMT, 20 August 2011
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Dr William Dolman, his on-site deputy, had objected, particularly as it led to some parents initially receiving the wrong corpse to bury.
Lord Justice Clarke, who conducted the public inquiry, in a separate report criticised Dr Knapman for his decision. Dr Dolman was at pains to tell the inquiry of his chagrin that the precise cause of death – such as a blow to the head – was often not described.”