One of the cruelest stories of government tyranny against parents has come out of England this year. Alfie Evans was a baby boy who suffered from a rare brain condition which doctors called “relentless and progressive.” The primary symptom was high levels of water in the brain. The presence and pressure of the water destroyed the ability of the brain to function above any of the most basic biological levels.
The hope for Alfie was small, very small. He was, by nearly anyone’s estimation, brain dead. However, there were medical professionals in Italy who believed there was a small, but real possibility that an experimental treatment could save Alfie’s life. The parents wanted to take Alfie to Italy to receive the treatment. But British medical officials would not permit it. They insisted on terminating Alfie, and after a bitter legal battle- they have had their way.
There is no fear greater than the fear of a parent that they might lose their child, and there is no pain greater than that of a grieving parent. Every parent with intact and normal human instincts understands this. Anyone who has a child should understand that a parent would want to pursue any possibility of saving their endangered child. No matter how remote those chances are- this should be totally noncontroversial.
Alfie Evans was killed by lethal injection in spite of the wishes of the parents- and in spite of the fact that medical professionals existed who wished to treat Alfie- medical professionals who believed the child had a remote, but real chance of survival.
Tom and Kate Evans made numerous appeals to judges to allow their child, just 23 months old, to be treated in Italy.
Protesters were investigated for “acts of intimidation” and were told by the hospital to “show respect.”
The Chief Inspector, Chris Gibson said that he believes officers understand the sensitive issues involved. “While many have gathered to protest peacefully, Merseyside Police is investigating a number of reports of verbal abuse and intimidation outside the hospital. We would like to remind the public that this is a hospital for sick children and it should not be forgotten that many families are going through extremely challenging and emotional times.”
The Judges who repeatedly denied the parents their right to give their child a chance to live claimed to be dismayed by the reports. We are dismayed that such judges exist.
In response, Mr. Evans made the following post on social media. “Deepest apologies from me and Kate James to the parents and staff affected by the protest/demonstration, it wasn’t mine Kate’s or anyone else’s intention to harm or cause conflict or upset. We just wanted to take our son to give him the chance he deserves.”
Alfie’s parents, who themselves are just 21 and 20 years old, were denied by the High Court, a Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights. In April, Lord Justice Davis, Lady Justice King, and Lord Justice Moylan, each had their chances to deny these young parents their right to protect their child.
It has now come to light that the Alder Hey children’s hospital where Alfie was executed has a long history of illegally harvesting the organs of patients. It is in fact, the center of a ring of hospitals and health professionals who were involved in the illegal harvesting of over 100,000 baby body parts all across Britain.
It has been obvious from the beginning that the Alder Hey children’s hospital was stridently opposed to saving the child’s life and were intent on cutting it short no matter who said otherwise or why. They sought to accelerate the death of the child from the earliest point once the diagnosis was made.
The hospital used intimidation tactics against the parents, while accusing protesters of the very same- and fought aggressively in court to terminate the child.
Alfie Evans was allegedly finally killed using a combination of four different injections. Two hours after the injections were complete, Alfie- and the hopes of his parents- were destroyed.
On the day before Alfie was killed, Mr. Evans read what appeared to be a forced statement, a “hostage letter,” to the press. In the statement, he called for the protesters to go home and get on with their lives. He unenthusiastically asked them to forget about what had happened to their son. In the address, he thanked the hospital staff, who- just hours earlier- he attempted to have charged with conspiring to murder his son.
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