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Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Archie’s family devastated when the legal way to keep him alive runs out

Familia de Archie BattersbyBritish boy who is brain dead said he felt “Scattered” after exhausting all legal avenues to maintain the system baby assisted breathingAccording to the Christian Concern group, he is admitted to a hospital in London.

The 12-year-old boy, whose case has attracted a lot of media attention, was found unconscious on April 7 by his mother, Holly Dance, at her home in Southend in the county of Essex (southeast England). rope tied around his head and believes that he may have suffered an accident while participating in some Viral challenge via social network,

In recent months, the family has called for legal action. close the hospital Royal London, where the minor recruit resides, retireAs the health unit wants, assisted breathing considering that no chance of recovery,

After several appeals in British courts and the intervention of the European Court of Human Rights, which gave cause to the hospital, family tried unsuccessfully allow in the last days Archie was taken from the hospital to a hospice So that he could die in this place away from the noise of Royal London.

The last effort in this direction was terminated after last Friday night European Court of Human Rights indicate that the case Transfer to a hospice was “out of your scope”,

The hospital argued that keeping Archie in hospice was a risk because a Slight body movements can aggravate the condition of child.

A spokesman for the Christian Concern Group, which supports Archie’s family, acknowledged that “All legal avenues are exhausted” and that Relatives are “scattered”But spend “priceless moments” with the child.

hospital Not confirmed when devices will disconnect for Archie, but it’s expected to happen this Saturday.

During the court proceedings, the British judges reiterated that the motion to continue Life support to the child was “against his best interests”,

Judge Lucy Theis of the Family Division of the High Court of London, while refusing the transfer to hospice, highlighted the family’s “unconditional love and dedication” and stressed that she hoped the child would have the opportunity. die in peace “with your family”,

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