A nurse has been found guilty of the manslaughter of a four-week-old baby who bled to death after a botched home circumcision.
Goodluck Caubergs died the day after Grace Adeleye carried out the procedure without anaesthetic and using only a pair of scissors, forceps and olive oil, a trial at Manchester Crown Court heard.
The 67-year-old is originally from Nigeria, as are the youngster's parents, where the circumcision of newborns is a tradition for Christian families, the jury heard.
Adeleye, who is also a midwife, was paid £100 for the operation as Goodluck's parents were not aware the procedure was available on the NHS.
The Royal Oldham Hospital was just a mile-and-a-half from the family home in Chadderton, near Oldham, but by the time an ambulance was called the infant could not be saved, the court heard.
A jury of eight women and four men found Adeleye guilty of manslaughter by gross negligence by a majority verdict of 10 to 2 after deliberating for eight hours and 20 minutes.
Sentencing was adjourned to a date to be fixed for the preparation of pre-sentence reports.
Adeleye, of Sarnia Court, Salford, Greater Manchester, was granted bail with conditions.