What are the inherited arrhythmogenic disorders that make the Folbigg infanticide conviction unsafe?

A rare inherited defect in calcium channels that predisposes to cardiac arrhythmia and sudden death has been cited as a plausible explanation for the deaths of children of  Kathleen Folbigg, who is  currently serving a 30-year prison sentence for infanticide. Ms Folbigg was convicted in 2003 of smothering four of her children over a ten ...

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