The musings and meandering thoughts of a crotchety old man as he observes life in the world and in a small, rural town in South East Nebraska. My Pledge-Nulla dies sine linea-Not a day with out a line.
Tuesday, 24 April 2018
I don't know how many of my readers are following the story of Alfie Evans, the infant that the British Government is in the process of murdering. He has been made an Italian citizen, Pope Francis and Bambino Gesu Hospital have offered him free treatment, and the Government of Italy has warned Britain that they will bring charges for murder against those responsible in the European Courts if he dies, but a British Judge has just refused to let him be transferred to Italy.
Alder Hey Children's hospital says that after today's ruling, it will continue Alfie's "end of life care plan."
"This evening the High Court again ruled that it is in Alfie's best interest to continue with the end of life care plan developed by the clinical team who have cared for him throughout," the hospital stated in a press release.
"Our top priority therefore remains in ensuring Alfie receive the care he deserves to ensure his comfort, dignity and privacy are maintained throughout," it added.
Throughout the entire legal saga, courts have sided with Alder Hey hospital doctors, saying that they are acting in the toddler’s “best interest.”
It remains unclear how many days Alfie may be expected to live. So far, he has defied expectations of the medical profession.