Wednesday, January 1, 2014
BAD NEWS BUT KEEP PRAYING.......WITH GOD ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE.
JAHI MCMATH IS BEING STARVED TO DEATH BY OAKLAND CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OFFICIALS.
The OAKLAND CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL is now calling JAHI MCMATH a "Woman".
She is just 13, yet Hospital Officials are calling her a "Woman".
However usually when referring to JAHI, Hospital Officials have labeled her as "THE BODY".
Her Mother says that Hospital Officials are Blocking JAHI'S Family at every turn to prevent them from Transferring her to another Medical Facility.
Hospital Officials have also Refused to continue feeding JAHI via a Feeding Tube i.e. TERRI SCHIAVO.
Both CNN & FOX NEWS appear to be Complicit in helping the Hospital Block JAHI'S Family from helping save this Precious Child whose life still has VALUE.
The same Child whose Body was Butchered by OAKLAND CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL and then left for DEAD as if She were an Animal.
Both CNN & FOX NEWS are playing the "Devil's Advocate" behind the scene, while pretending to Report Objectively on JAHI'S Story.
POLITICIANS & other People who want to see JAHI Dead for Monetary reasons and to get her ORGANS......are Super ANGRY at ME for Blogging about JAHI'S story.
Tuesday evening both My regular Blog & My Phone were HACKED!
I detect such HATE & CONTEMPT for JAHI from several POLITICIANS and from the OAKLAND CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL Officials .
This is an Absolute Shame !!
Please Continue To PRAY & Plead The Blood Of JESUS Over JAHI MCMATH And PRAY That GOD Will Give Her Family FAVOR.
IF JAHI IS MURDERED, GOD WILL NOT FORGET & NEITHER WILL BLACK VOTERS IN 2014 & 2016.
"Jahi McMath’s Mother Claims Hospital Is Starving Supposedly Brain-Dead Daughter"
The mother of a California girl declared brain-dead claims the hospital is starving her daughter while the family fights to keep her on life support.
"To watch my daughter just sit there and not have food ... I'm just so happy that she is kind of a thick girl so she still looks good," Nailah Winkfield told ABC’s "Good Morning America." "I tell her every day, 'Jahi, you losin' weight girl, but you still look good.' I just think it's inhumane to not feed my child, to not refer to her by her name, and stop us in our tracks."
Relatives of 13-year-old Jahi McMath are locked in a legal battle with Children’s Hospital Oakland over the girl’s future. The family’s lawyer says the hospital has blocked their attempts to have feeding and breathing tubes inserted— a crucial step in the family’s quest to transfer the Jahi to a long-term facility.
Hospital officials say McMath is dead, and they can’t operate on a corpse.
"Performing medical procedures on the body of a deceased human being is simply not something Children's Hospital can do or ask its staff to assist in doing," hospital attorney Douglas Straus said.
Jahi went into cardiac arrest on Dec. 9 at the hospital following tonsil surgery to treat sleep apnea.
Children’s Hospital doctors declared her brain-dead three days later, but the girl’s family insists she is still alive.
The family has received support from a New York-based neurological foundation that was sending doctors to California to examine the girl.
Dr. Jonathan Fellus, chief medical officer with the International Brain Research Foundation, said Jahi needs time to heal from the cardiac arrest before doctors can make a definitive conclusion.
“Basically we need the dust to settle,” Fellus told the Daily News on Tuesday.
Winkfield claims her daughter moves at the sound of her parents’ voices and she says the hospital has been insensitive.
"I hate it that they refer to her as just the body or the deceased," Winkfield told ABC’s "Good Morning America." “That is my child that they're talking about.
They don't even use her name."
Children’s Hospital was set to unhook Jahi’s ventilator on Monday, but a court order in the final hours extended the deadline to Jan. 7.
The family has been desperately searching for another facility to take Jahi before time runs out.
KWinkfield’s lawyer, Christopher Dolan, said the New Beginnings Community Center in Medford, N.Y., is a possibility, but Children’s Hospital is making it difficult by denying their attempts to bring in doctors to insert breathing and feeding tubes.
"They're speaking out of both sides of their mouths,” Dolan said. “They say one thing and we go down that road, and then they say something else. The hospital said, 'Bring us a doctor,' and we said, 'Tell us the conditions,' and now, they've wasted a half a day of our time. We don't have much time."
A hospital spokesman said the family hasn’t produced any doctors willing to perform the surgeries.
Sources: AP, Daily Mail, HLN, NY Daily News, Youtube