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Disgraced former NHS surgeon pictured treating baby as Scots victims wait for justice

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Shamed neurosurgeon Sam Eljamel has been treating babies and ­children after fleeing Scotland – where he faces a criminal probe over 100 botched operations.

There are at least 172 patients who were victims of his surgeries and 100 of them have filed complaints with Police Scotland.

But despite this, Eljamel continues to work as a neurosurgeon in his native Libya where he operates on kids. Last night one of his Scots victims said seeing a photo of him examining a baby made him “sick to my stomach”.

The shot of Eljamel looming over a young baby will horrify those who were operated on by the “brain butcher”. It recently appeared on the Facebook page of a medical facility where Eljamel works in the African country.

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