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Then Gregory died in the night. She announced it to LaPresse Dean Gregory, the father of the 8-month-old English girl, suffering from a very serious mitochondrial disease. “My daughter died, my life ended at 1.45 am – said the man -. My wife Claire and I are angry, heartbroken and full of shame. The health service and the courts have not only taken away her chance to live , but also the dignity of dying in her home. They managed to take Indi’s body and dignity, but they will never be able to take her soul.”
“Forgive us Indi, help us from Heaven”
“I knew she was special from the day she was born, they tried to get rid of her without anyone knowing but Clare and I made sure she would be remembered forever – added Dean -. We are ashamed of a ‘modernity’ that , out of ‘pity’, suppresses the weak and defenseless. Forgive us Indi. Even in your name we will continue to fight to counter this crazy euthanasia drift. Help us from Heaven”.
The stop to vital treatments
On Monday 6 November the Meloni government granted citizenship to the little girl to allow her to be transferred to the Bambin Gesù pediatric hospital in Rome. After a long legal battle, on Friday 10 November the courts of the United Kingdom ordered a stop to the treatments that kept her alive: for the doctors at the Queen’s Medical Center in Nottingham and for the British judges the disease was terminal. She was then transferred under guard to a hospice, where first she was stopped from assisted ventilation and then she was hooked up to alternative instruments. Finally, she was given palliative drugs to ease her suffering.
Pro Vita & Famiglia: “Barbara euthanasia culture”
“Then Gregory is dead. The English child was killed, ‘in her best interests’, by a healthcare and legal system steeped in barbaric euthanasia culture, which refused to even attempt the different clinical proposal of the Bambino Gesù Hospital in Rome stifling the love of his parents in the courtroom.” Pro Vita & Famiglia writes it on social media. Also announcing Indi’s death was former Northern League senator Simone Pillon, who followed Indi’s judicial process on behalf of the family.