Alfie parents to fight high court decision over Rome treatment
25 April, 2018, 15:28 | Author: Genevieve Gibbs
Essentially Justice Hayden considers Alfie's parents a flight risk and worries they will leave the country with the 23-month old boy in tow.
"He did not give a reason as to why he would not entertain that", she continued.
Italy [VIDEO] granted Alfie citizenship to allow immediate care, according to the National Catholic Register.
The case is expected to be heard at the Court of Appeal on Wednesday afternoon, Britain's Press Association reported.
When asked what Christians can do during this time, she said, "Pray".
Alfie had been breathing unassisted for nine hours before oxygen was provided, Tom told reporters outside Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool on Tuesday morning.
He said: "If there were a more constructive attitude from the family might other options become possible, away from Alder Hey?" He is not suffering, he is not struggling, he is fighting. "One of the things Tom Evans said, if it can't be Italy or Munich, which it cannot be, was whether they could take Alfie home". The doctor challenged the decision to turn off Alfie's life support and insisted the boy was well enough to be taken overseas.
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"Until the moment they tell me that everything is over, I will continue to hope, but while I hope, at the same time I think we will not make it because they do not want to".
Supreme Court justices and ECHR judges refused to intervene. "Even if we don't achieve to get to Italy, then the judge is still offering us a chance to get home".
Meanwhile, the parents are allowed to remove the boy from intensive care to a ward, a hospice or home. We all know the military air force are ready to take him and a team of doctors are there.
But a doctor treating Alfie, who can not be named for legal reasons, said that for Alfie to be allowed home would require a "sea change" in attitude from the child's family, and they feared that in the "worst case" they would try to take the boy overseas.
The parents of the seriously ill baby Alfie Evans are returning to the courts in another attempt to overturn a high court ruling that the judge described as "the final chapter in the case of this extraordinary little boy".
"The nurses and doctors are coming in continuously through the day, and they're not concerned", Evans said.
Following the court hearing, a hospital spokesman said: "Our top priority therefore remains in ensuring Alfie receives the care he deserves to ensure his comfort, dignity and privacy are maintained throughout".
On Monday April 16 the family's lawyers appeared at the Court of Appeal in London for a second time - where they argued the case shouldn't be about Alfie's best interests, but should be argued on the fact that Tom and Kate's parental rights, and Alfie's human rights, are being denied.
He rejected claims by Mr Evans that his son was "significantly better" than first thought because he had been breathing unaided for 20 hours after doctors first withdrew life support.
"The hospital must be free to do what has been determined in Alfie's best interests".
He said, "The power of love is defeating the cynicism of those who have pulled the plug".
The boy's parents were not in court Tuesday; Williams said they wanted to be at the hospital, at their son's side. Well his father fought for him and took him to Spain and guess what?
But Alfie's doctors say he can not be healed, and shouldn't make the trip at all.
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