Ashya, five, struggled for breath with joy as his parents Brett and Naghmeh arrived at his hospital bed

Ashya's joy at seeing his mum and dad

Ashya's joy at seeing his mum and dad

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The parents of young cancer patient Ashya King have described how the boy struggled for breath with joy as he was reunited with his family in a Spanish hospital.

Brett and Naghmeh King saw their five-year-old son yesterday for the first time since they were arrested on Saturday, having fled from Southampton General Hospital in search of treatment.

Leaving through a back door of the Materno-Infantil hospital in Malaga with his older son Danny, Mr King spoke of the first moments he saw his son.

''He couldn't breathe he was so happy,'' he said. ''He was so pleased to see us. We're trying to be hopeful.''

Mr King, who said he will meet a cancer specialist today, added: ''He's not in such a good state as when we left him - spirit depressed since his parents left him.

''We'll do what it takes. Not much else to do.''

Hospital officials said Mrs King was expected to stay with Ashya through the night, amid reports the Kings would not be permitted to remove the child from the premises. A Materno-Infantil spokeswoman said local authorities had received notification from British officials that the parents should not be allowed to take the boy away.

The reunion initially appeared to be in doubt when Mr King claimed he would be barred from visiting the child after Ashya was made a ward of court. But it was established that those proceedings do not stop the couple seeing him.

Mrs King said she had been ''crying and crying'' as she described the torment of being unable to help her son from the jail cell near Madrid where she and her husband had been detained since they were arrested on Saturday.

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9:00am Thu 4 Sep 14

elvisimo says...

enough now.
enough now. elvisimo
  • Score: 7

9:22am Thu 4 Sep 14

funchal says...

I am so happy that the family are back together again.
I am so happy that the family are back together again. funchal
  • Score: 9

9:56am Thu 4 Sep 14

good-gosh says...

It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.
It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst. good-gosh
  • Score: 16

10:08am Thu 4 Sep 14

kiz.bartlett says...

good-gosh wrote:
It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.
Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening?

its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything.

so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.
[quote][p][bold]good-gosh[/bold] wrote: It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.[/p][/quote]Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening? its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything. so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child. kiz.bartlett
  • Score: 8

11:42am Thu 4 Sep 14

sotonboy84 says...

kiz.bartlett wrote:
good-gosh wrote:
It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.
Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening?

its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything.

so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.
True to an extent. It was established very quickly that the child was with his parents. The initial report to the police from the hospital was completely justified but the continued pursuit & criminalising of the parents by the authorities wasn't.
[quote][p][bold]kiz.bartlett[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]good-gosh[/bold] wrote: It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.[/p][/quote]Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening? its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything. so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.[/p][/quote]True to an extent. It was established very quickly that the child was with his parents. The initial report to the police from the hospital was completely justified but the continued pursuit & criminalising of the parents by the authorities wasn't. sotonboy84
  • Score: 1

11:45am Thu 4 Sep 14

good-gosh says...

kiz.bartlett wrote:
good-gosh wrote:
It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.
Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening?

its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything.

so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.
What I haven’t forgotten is how devastating it is when public authorities decide to interfere in peoples private lives. The result of their interference was WRONG (that’s why they rescinded their arrest order) so their initial interference was obviously WRONG. And don’t give me that philosophical 'hindsight' nonsense because authorities either know what they are doing or they don’t. And the latter applies here – not unsurprisingly. The family, on the other hand, had a perfectly practical plan and were getting through it quite easily until thrown in prison for nothing.
[quote][p][bold]kiz.bartlett[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]good-gosh[/bold] wrote: It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.[/p][/quote]Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening? its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything. so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.[/p][/quote]What I haven’t forgotten is how devastating it is when public authorities decide to interfere in peoples private lives. The result of their interference was WRONG (that’s why they rescinded their arrest order) so their initial interference was obviously WRONG. And don’t give me that philosophical 'hindsight' nonsense because authorities either know what they are doing or they don’t. And the latter applies here – not unsurprisingly. The family, on the other hand, had a perfectly practical plan and were getting through it quite easily until thrown in prison for nothing. good-gosh
  • Score: 0

11:49am Thu 4 Sep 14

sotonboy84 says...

kiz.bartlett wrote:
good-gosh wrote:
It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.
Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening?

its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything.

so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.
True to an extent. It was established very quickly that the child was with his parents. The initial report to the police from the hospital was completely justified but the continued pursuit & criminalising of the parents by the authorities wasn't.
[quote][p][bold]kiz.bartlett[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]good-gosh[/bold] wrote: It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.[/p][/quote]Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening? its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything. so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.[/p][/quote]True to an extent. It was established very quickly that the child was with his parents. The initial report to the police from the hospital was completely justified but the continued pursuit & criminalising of the parents by the authorities wasn't. sotonboy84
  • Score: 6

1:31pm Thu 4 Sep 14

kiz.bartlett says...

good-gosh wrote:
kiz.bartlett wrote:
good-gosh wrote:
It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.
Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening?

its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything.

so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.
What I haven’t forgotten is how devastating it is when public authorities decide to interfere in peoples private lives. The result of their interference was WRONG (that’s why they rescinded their arrest order) so their initial interference was obviously WRONG. And don’t give me that philosophical 'hindsight' nonsense because authorities either know what they are doing or they don’t. And the latter applies here – not unsurprisingly. The family, on the other hand, had a perfectly practical plan and were getting through it quite easily until thrown in prison for nothing.
I wouldn't exactly call it philosophical nonsense, their actions were based on the knowledge they had at the time. After seeing the family had left the country, they require an international arrest warrant. This also means any jurisdiction is also taken away from the police.

In a perfect world I'm sure we could have a crystal ball to find out what the parents intentions were without any investigation but we don't. If we don't know the circumstances, surely it's better to be proactive rather than say "well a child went missing, but don't do anything just in case it turns out it's a family member". Their actions give me faith that should any child disappear without information that the authorities will do all they can to keep the child safe from potential danger.
[quote][p][bold]good-gosh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiz.bartlett[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]good-gosh[/bold] wrote: It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.[/p][/quote]Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening? its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything. so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.[/p][/quote]What I haven’t forgotten is how devastating it is when public authorities decide to interfere in peoples private lives. The result of their interference was WRONG (that’s why they rescinded their arrest order) so their initial interference was obviously WRONG. And don’t give me that philosophical 'hindsight' nonsense because authorities either know what they are doing or they don’t. And the latter applies here – not unsurprisingly. The family, on the other hand, had a perfectly practical plan and were getting through it quite easily until thrown in prison for nothing.[/p][/quote]I wouldn't exactly call it philosophical nonsense, their actions were based on the knowledge they had at the time. After seeing the family had left the country, they require an international arrest warrant. This also means any jurisdiction is also taken away from the police. In a perfect world I'm sure we could have a crystal ball to find out what the parents intentions were without any investigation but we don't. If we don't know the circumstances, surely it's better to be proactive rather than say "well a child went missing, but don't do anything just in case it turns out it's a family member". Their actions give me faith that should any child disappear without information that the authorities will do all they can to keep the child safe from potential danger. kiz.bartlett
  • Score: 4

4:54pm Thu 4 Sep 14

havemercy says...

good-gosh wrote:
kiz.bartlett wrote:
good-gosh wrote:
It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.
Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening?

its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything.

so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.
What I haven’t forgotten is how devastating it is when public authorities decide to interfere in peoples private lives. The result of their interference was WRONG (that’s why they rescinded their arrest order) so their initial interference was obviously WRONG. And don’t give me that philosophical 'hindsight' nonsense because authorities either know what they are doing or they don’t. And the latter applies here – not unsurprisingly. The family, on the other hand, had a perfectly practical plan and were getting through it quite easily until thrown in prison for nothing.
I'm not quite sure what you are saying - do you think that the hospital should NOT have called the police then, when the child was missing? Even though he had a naso-gastric tube in place (apparently) and feed going through it - which if it had become displaced could have resulted in the liquid feed going into his lungs?
[quote][p][bold]good-gosh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiz.bartlett[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]good-gosh[/bold] wrote: It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.[/p][/quote]Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening? its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything. so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.[/p][/quote]What I haven’t forgotten is how devastating it is when public authorities decide to interfere in peoples private lives. The result of their interference was WRONG (that’s why they rescinded their arrest order) so their initial interference was obviously WRONG. And don’t give me that philosophical 'hindsight' nonsense because authorities either know what they are doing or they don’t. And the latter applies here – not unsurprisingly. The family, on the other hand, had a perfectly practical plan and were getting through it quite easily until thrown in prison for nothing.[/p][/quote]I'm not quite sure what you are saying - do you think that the hospital should NOT have called the police then, when the child was missing? Even though he had a naso-gastric tube in place (apparently) and feed going through it - which if it had become displaced could have resulted in the liquid feed going into his lungs? havemercy
  • Score: 4

6:25pm Thu 4 Sep 14

good-gosh says...

havemercy wrote:
good-gosh wrote:
kiz.bartlett wrote:
good-gosh wrote:
It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.
Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening?

its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything.

so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.
What I haven’t forgotten is how devastating it is when public authorities decide to interfere in peoples private lives. The result of their interference was WRONG (that’s why they rescinded their arrest order) so their initial interference was obviously WRONG. And don’t give me that philosophical 'hindsight' nonsense because authorities either know what they are doing or they don’t. And the latter applies here – not unsurprisingly. The family, on the other hand, had a perfectly practical plan and were getting through it quite easily until thrown in prison for nothing.
I'm not quite sure what you are saying - do you think that the hospital should NOT have called the police then, when the child was missing? Even though he had a naso-gastric tube in place (apparently) and feed going through it - which if it had become displaced could have resulted in the liquid feed going into his lungs?
What I'm saying is simple – the investigation should have ended when the authorities found the child was in a Spanish hospital. It was gross injustice and incompetence to then drag the parents off to the cells - particularly at such a critical moment for the family.
[quote][p][bold]havemercy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]good-gosh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kiz.bartlett[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]good-gosh[/bold] wrote: It's all very well to write about how happy everyone is right now but that does not detract from the outrageous pursuit of this family by the authorities and isolating the boy from his parents – a desperately sick child dependant on his mother - a day for a child is like a year for an adult – unimaginable grief and anxiety for him – and the authorities talk about it all having been for the best. Smug rubbish – what they have done is the opposite from the best – the worst.[/p][/quote]Have you forgotten that the warrant was put out before anyone knew what was happening? its easy enough to blame the authorities, but the hospital had grave fears for the child's wellbeing BEFORE the family had issued any sort of indication as to what their plan was. Had he been kidnapped with malicious intent and the authorities had not intervened, there would be a huge uproar as to why the police didn't do anything. so based on what knowledge they had at the time, uncertainty of the child's circumstances and a fear he may die, yes they did act in the best interest of the child.[/p][/quote]What I haven’t forgotten is how devastating it is when public authorities decide to interfere in peoples private lives. The result of their interference was WRONG (that’s why they rescinded their arrest order) so their initial interference was obviously WRONG. And don’t give me that philosophical 'hindsight' nonsense because authorities either know what they are doing or they don’t. And the latter applies here – not unsurprisingly. The family, on the other hand, had a perfectly practical plan and were getting through it quite easily until thrown in prison for nothing.[/p][/quote]I'm not quite sure what you are saying - do you think that the hospital should NOT have called the police then, when the child was missing? Even though he had a naso-gastric tube in place (apparently) and feed going through it - which if it had become displaced could have resulted in the liquid feed going into his lungs?[/p][/quote]What I'm saying is simple – the investigation should have ended when the authorities found the child was in a Spanish hospital. It was gross injustice and incompetence to then drag the parents off to the cells - particularly at such a critical moment for the family. good-gosh
  • Score: 3

9:24pm Thu 4 Sep 14

cmth40 says...

what a con by the parents they already had decided what they would do ,so why didnt they have the decentancy to teoll the hospital, their eldest son said dad had been working it out for weeks,the conning scum and now they have loads of cash that not only have well meaning people given to charity but they also get ALL THEIR EXPENSES,KEEP,AND ACCOMMADATION PAID ,the services done a fantastic job as did the hospital,considering they never knew these cheating parents and brainwashed sibblings,already even had all medication and arrangements made including the booking of the child on the ferry
what a con by the parents they already had decided what they would do ,so why didnt they have the decentancy to teoll the hospital, their eldest son said dad had been working it out for weeks,the conning scum and now they have loads of cash that not only have well meaning people given to charity but they also get ALL THEIR EXPENSES,KEEP,AND ACCOMMADATION PAID ,the services done a fantastic job as did the hospital,considering they never knew these cheating parents and brainwashed sibblings,already even had all medication and arrangements made including the booking of the child on the ferry cmth40
  • Score: -20

10:17pm Thu 4 Sep 14

sotonboy84 says...

cmth40 wrote:
what a con by the parents they already had decided what they would do ,so why didnt they have the decentancy to teoll the hospital, their eldest son said dad had been working it out for weeks,the conning scum and now they have loads of cash that not only have well meaning people given to charity but they also get ALL THEIR EXPENSES,KEEP,AND ACCOMMADATION PAID ,the services done a fantastic job as did the hospital,considering they never knew these cheating parents and brainwashed sibblings,already even had all medication and arrangements made including the booking of the child on the ferry
Such a con - parents trying desperately to try a different treatment to save their sons life.

Pray to God you haven't had children.
[quote][p][bold]cmth40[/bold] wrote: what a con by the parents they already had decided what they would do ,so why didnt they have the decentancy to teoll the hospital, their eldest son said dad had been working it out for weeks,the conning scum and now they have loads of cash that not only have well meaning people given to charity but they also get ALL THEIR EXPENSES,KEEP,AND ACCOMMADATION PAID ,the services done a fantastic job as did the hospital,considering they never knew these cheating parents and brainwashed sibblings,already even had all medication and arrangements made including the booking of the child on the ferry[/p][/quote]Such a con - parents trying desperately to try a different treatment to save their sons life. Pray to God you haven't had children. sotonboy84
  • Score: 11

10:24pm Thu 4 Sep 14

Donald2000 says...

cmth40 wrote:
what a con by the parents they already had decided what they would do ,so why didnt they have the decentancy to teoll the hospital, their eldest son said dad had been working it out for weeks,the conning scum and now they have loads of cash that not only have well meaning people given to charity but they also get ALL THEIR EXPENSES,KEEP,AND ACCOMMADATION PAID ,the services done a fantastic job as did the hospital,considering they never knew these cheating parents and brainwashed sibblings,already even had all medication and arrangements made including the booking of the child on the ferry
This is just about the rudest post that I have ever seen on these boards and believe you me I have been criticised many a time on here. You are truly an ignoramus of the worst kind; what you have said is utterly shameful, is wrong, probably libellous and utterly immoral and horrible.

Let's hope that when you are in trouble, that people are unsympathetic to you as well, you horrible piece of slime.
[quote][p][bold]cmth40[/bold] wrote: what a con by the parents they already had decided what they would do ,so why didnt they have the decentancy to teoll the hospital, their eldest son said dad had been working it out for weeks,the conning scum and now they have loads of cash that not only have well meaning people given to charity but they also get ALL THEIR EXPENSES,KEEP,AND ACCOMMADATION PAID ,the services done a fantastic job as did the hospital,considering they never knew these cheating parents and brainwashed sibblings,already even had all medication and arrangements made including the booking of the child on the ferry[/p][/quote]This is just about the rudest post that I have ever seen on these boards and believe you me I have been criticised many a time on here. You are truly an ignoramus of the worst kind; what you have said is utterly shameful, is wrong, probably libellous and utterly immoral and horrible. Let's hope that when you are in trouble, that people are unsympathetic to you as well, you horrible piece of slime. Donald2000
  • Score: 5

10:43pm Thu 4 Sep 14

sparkster says...

any parent who loves their child wants the best for the child whether they are ill or not and I think if I was in their situation I would do the same, I think the parents have been treated disgracefully and I think now they should be left alone to get the best care they can for their child. The parents have been hounded and persecuted enough and now its time to leave them alone
any parent who loves their child wants the best for the child whether they are ill or not and I think if I was in their situation I would do the same, I think the parents have been treated disgracefully and I think now they should be left alone to get the best care they can for their child. The parents have been hounded and persecuted enough and now its time to leave them alone sparkster
  • Score: 6

9:55am Fri 5 Sep 14

SNUGGLES 78 says...

Donald2000 wrote:
cmth40 wrote:
what a con by the parents they already had decided what they would do ,so why didnt they have the decentancy to teoll the hospital, their eldest son said dad had been working it out for weeks,the conning scum and now they have loads of cash that not only have well meaning people given to charity but they also get ALL THEIR EXPENSES,KEEP,AND ACCOMMADATION PAID ,the services done a fantastic job as did the hospital,considering they never knew these cheating parents and brainwashed sibblings,already even had all medication and arrangements made including the booking of the child on the ferry
This is just about the rudest post that I have ever seen on these boards and believe you me I have been criticised many a time on here. You are truly an ignoramus of the worst kind; what you have said is utterly shameful, is wrong, probably libellous and utterly immoral and horrible.

Let's hope that when you are in trouble, that people are unsympathetic to you as well, you horrible piece of slime.
utter scunner .
[quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cmth40[/bold] wrote: what a con by the parents they already had decided what they would do ,so why didnt they have the decentancy to teoll the hospital, their eldest son said dad had been working it out for weeks,the conning scum and now they have loads of cash that not only have well meaning people given to charity but they also get ALL THEIR EXPENSES,KEEP,AND ACCOMMADATION PAID ,the services done a fantastic job as did the hospital,considering they never knew these cheating parents and brainwashed sibblings,already even had all medication and arrangements made including the booking of the child on the ferry[/p][/quote]This is just about the rudest post that I have ever seen on these boards and believe you me I have been criticised many a time on here. You are truly an ignoramus of the worst kind; what you have said is utterly shameful, is wrong, probably libellous and utterly immoral and horrible. Let's hope that when you are in trouble, that people are unsympathetic to you as well, you horrible piece of slime.[/p][/quote]utter scunner . SNUGGLES 78
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