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Video: Parents Of 5-year-old British Cancer Patient [released From Spanish Prison]
2023 Author: Abraham Higgins | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 23:16
Parents of 5-year-old British cancer patient [released from Spanish prison]
Late in the evening of September 2, the parents of five-year-old Briton Ashia King, a 5-year-old British patient, were released from a Madrid prison by a Spanish judge in connection with the suspension of a European arrest warrant issued by the Hampshire County police. British police have stopped harassing Brett and Nagme King due to a massive public campaign in support of them.
Ashiya with her mother. Photo from Nagme King's personal Facebook page /
Late in the evening of September 2, the parents of five-year-old Briton Ashya King, a brain cancer patient, were released from a Madrid prison by a Spanish judge in connection with the suspension of a European arrest warrant issued by the Hampshire County police, according to The Daily Mail. British police have stopped targeting Brett King and Naghmeh King in the wake of a massive public campaign in support of them, which has been joined by members of Parliament, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Prime Minister David Cameron.
Recall that on August 28, parents took their terminally ill son from Southampton General Hospital, where a month ago he underwent surgery for cerebral medulloblastoma. A few days earlier, doctors had told the family that the boy was hopeless and would die within the next four months. However, they refused to try to apply the proton therapy method to Ashiya, which Brett King learned about from the Internet. This method of radiation therapy is widely used in Europe, but to a limited extent - in the UK, where the cost of the course is 100 thousand pounds sterling per patient. According to Brett, the doctors told him that proton therapy would not help in Ashiya's case.
After picking up their son from a British hospital, the family left for Spain in order to sell the property there and pay for Ashia's treatment at the Proton Therapy Center in Prague. However, on the evening of August 30, the King couple were arrested at a hotel in the vicinity of Malaga, where they were staying, on a warrant issued by the British police. They were accused of taking away the boy in need of comprehensive medical care from the hospital without the permission of the doctors, thereby endangering his life. After the arrest of his parents, Ashia was placed in the children's hospital in Malaga; none of his relatives were allowed to see him.
The persecution of the King family, their arrest and the separation of the sick boy from his family received a wide public response. An online petition demanding family reunification has been signed by about 200,000 people. The Kings were defended by members of the British Parliament, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Prime Minister David Cameron, who on Twitter on Tuesday called for an "immediate return to common sense" for family reunification and the best treatment of the boy. methods. The head of the National Health Service (NHS) of Great Britain, Jeremy Hunt, in turn, has already announced that he has ordered to send the best NHS specialists in oncological diseases to Spain for consultation.
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