WT BLOOD GUILT EXPOSED TO THE WORLD

by DannyHaszard 185 Replies latest watchtower medical

  • johnny cip
    johnny cip

    nice find danny on the sept 12 2007 article, on how the court shot down Shane brady and his a$$hole mentor. wts in house lawyer David Gwam. the correct punishment for these two lying bastard wt zombies would be to bleed them to death using leeches nice and slow. john

  • DannyHaszard
    DannyHaszard

    Russian press review: Sept. 14
    International Herald Tribune, France - 47 minutes ago
    DOCTOR WINS SUIT AGAINST JEHOVAH'S WHITNESS: A St. Petersburg doctor has won a lawsuit filed after the father of a three-year-old boy refused to permit a ...

    NOVYIE IZVESTIA

    DOCTOR WINS SUIT AGAINST JEHOVAH'S WHITNESS: A St. Petersburg doctor has won a lawsuit filed after the father of a three-year-old boy refused to permit a life-saving operation on his son to remove a brain tumor. The man is a member of the Jehovah's Witnesses, a religious group that considers the blood transfusions necessary during the operation sinful. After winning the suit, the doctor, Igor Yakovenko, preformed the operation. He threatened further legal action if the father continued to interfere in his son's medical treatment .

  • Homerovah the Almighty
    Homerovah the Almighty

    Nice to see common sense and humanity won the day ............Good pull Dan

    I've always wondered if it was god's law or their law that they are trying to impose on the people ?

    So many men supposedly standing next to god with the intent of empowering themselves, it's both sad and a shame at the same time

    when you think about it !

  • DannyHaszard
    DannyHaszard

    Court orders blood transfusion for Jehovah’s Witness
    Legalbrief (subscription), South Africa -Sept 20 2007
    ... order allowing them to give a critically ill two-year-old girl a blood transfusion in the face of staunch opposition from her Jehovah’s Witness parents

    Court orders blood transfusion for Jehovah’s Witness
    Lawyers acting for a Durban hospital and a paediatric surgeon have secured a High Court order allowing them to give a critically ill two-year-old girl a blood transfusion in the face of staunch opposition from her Jehovah’s Witness parents.

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  • DannyHaszard
    DannyHaszard

    Believers 'put their kids life in danger'
    Daily News (subscription), South Africa - 20 minutes ago Sept 20 2007
    ... order allowing them to give a critically ill two-year-old girl a blood transfusion in the face of staunch opposition from her Jehovah's Witness parents. ...

    Believers 'put their kids life in danger'

    20 September 2007, 15:16 Lawyers acting for a Durban hospital and paediatric surgeon made a mercy dash to the High Court this week, securing a court order allowing them to give a critically ill two-year-old girl a blood transfusion in the face of staunch opposition from her Jehovah's Witness parents.

    In granting the order giving Parklands Hospital and surgeon Abdool Shaik authority to do whatever is necessary over the next seven days to save the little girl's life, Durban High Court Judge Herbert Msimang said the court, as the upper guardian of all children, had to act in their best interests.

    The parents, Thabani and Simangele Mabanga, who were supported in court by members of their church, had argued earlier that God was the ultimate guardian, and that according to their religious beliefs they would not give consent for a transfusion.

    Their daughter was admitted to hospital at the end of August suffering from pneumonia. She was diagnosed with a massive sub-hepatic abscess in her abdominal cavity and was referred to Shaik for surgery.

    In his affidavit before the judge, Shaik said she was critically ill - "in the early stages of cardiac arrest" - and in urgent need of abdominal surgery and a blood transfusion to enable the surgery to be performed.

    Because of the nature of the surgery, she would lose a considerable amount of blood.

    "This will be compensated by the giving of a blood transfusion prior to and possibly after surgery. It is my opinion, and the opinion of the anaesthetist, that in the absence of this, the child is unlikely to survive surgery."

    This had been explained to the parents, but they had declined to authorise the blood transfusions "as it is contrary to the tenets of their faith".

    On Monday the parents had indicated that if emergency surgery was required, and all efforts to avoid a blood transfusion had failed, and Shaik regarded it as vital to save her life, then the transfusion could be done.

    But they changed their minds and withdrew this "conditional authority".

    "I am now concerned that the parents might withdraw their consent to the life-saving surgery as well," Shaik said.

    The parents suggested during Tuesday's court hearing that the doctor should consider using a synthesised protein product that reportedly helps to oxygenate the blood.

    But they only handed in pamphlets on the product and had no medical evidence to back them up. It was also suggested that the product had not been registered for use on small children in South Africa.

    Advocates acting for the hospital and the doctor said they respected the parents' right to their religious beliefs but that that had to be weighed against the constitutional right to life. They referred to a similar case in Johannesburg in 2003 in which the court had granted a similar order.

    Approached by The Mercury on Wednesday, Gillian Williams, of MacRobert, the firm representing the doctor, said the little girl was being operated on on Wednesday and would be transfused during and, if necessary, after the surgery. http://www.int.iol.co.za/index.php?set_id=1&click_id=521 online feedback page http://www.topix.net/forum/who/jehovahs-witnesses/T1K5O105FMC4SKROQ please support this thread bookmark visit often

  • skeeter1
    skeeter1

    If you want to thank the attorney who helped this little girl get blood...

    Tel : (012) 425 55631
    Email : gecummings@dbn.macrobert.co.za
    Service : Litigation
    Medical Law and Medical Negligence
  • AWAKE&WATCHING
    AWAKE&WATCHING

    Danny - your zeal astonishes me. I am so proud of you and I don't even know you.

  • DannyHaszard
    DannyHaszard
    Believers 'put their kids life in danger'
    The South African Star (subscription), South Africa - 4 hours ago
    But they changed their minds and withdrew this "conditional authority". "I am now concerned that the parents might withdraw their consent to the life-saving ...
    Believers 'put their kids life in danger'
    Cape Argus (subscription), South Africa - 4 hours ago
    But they changed their minds and withdrew this "conditional authority". "I am now concerned that the parents might withdraw their consent to the life-saving ...
    Believers 'put their kids life in danger'
    Post (subscription), South Africa - 8 hours ago
    But they changed their minds and withdrew this "conditional authority". "I am now concerned that the parents might withdraw their consent to the life-saving ...
    Believers 'put their kids life in danger'
    Independent Online, South Africa - 8 hours ago
    But they changed their minds and withdrew this "conditional authority". "I am now concerned that the parents might withdraw their consent to the life-saving ...
    Believers 'put their kids life in danger'
    Daily News (subscription), South Africa - 8 hours ago
    But they changed their minds and withdrew this "conditional authority". "I am now concerned that the parents might withdraw their consent to the life-saving ...
  • DannyHaszard
    DannyHaszard

    Posted to the web 27 September 2007
    AllAfrica.com, Washington - 41 minutes ago
    ...blood was ready for transfusion and even though the patient in semiconscious state said she declined blood transfusion due to her being Jehovah Witness, ...

    ....Moreso, even though the aforesaid surgeries carried with it high risk of blood loss, you did not ensure that blood was ready for transfusion and even though the patient in semiconscious state said she declined blood transfusion due to her being Jehovah Witness, you failed to document the fact of refusal of blood transfusion and you failed to use other alternative line of management application to Jehovah Witness persons. By so doing, you had behaved in an incompetent manner," the chairman made known.

  • greendawn
    greendawn

    The FDS still insists on the no blood doctrine and the only reason they do so is to avoid getting sued for hundreds of millions by the deceived relatives of this policy's victims.

    I don't know why the JW spineless drones can't see this and how the blood policy gradually loosens up and they play games with the lives of their children.

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