Tag Archives: Charlie Gard

RIP Charlie Gard, “the absolute warrior”

Chris Gard clutched one of his son's toy monkeys as he listened to Katie Gollop, the attorney for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This appears in the August digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please read the entire 42-page issue and pass it along using your social media contacts. At first glance it

Mere materialism would never explain Connie and Chris’s battle on behalf of Charlie Gard

Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

Archbishop of Canterbury: “My heart breaks for Charlie Gard’s family” By Dave Andrusko A colleague passed along a link to a story that appeared The Guardian newspaper under the tender headline, “Archbishop of Canterbury: my heart breaks

Connie Yates: “We should be planning Charlie’s first birthday but instead we’re planning his funeral”

Chris Gard clutched one of his son's toy monkeys as he listened to Katie Gollop, the attorney for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

By Dave Andrusko I should have known why Connie Yates, Charlie Gard’s mom, always brought one of Charlie’s two toy monkeys with her to each court appearance before Justice Nicholas Francis. The Daily Mail told us why yesterday:

Little Charlie Gard has died

By Dave Andrusko Charlie Gard has died. “’Our beautiful little boy has gone, we are so proud of you Charlie,” said his mom, Connie Yates, who with Chris Gard fought an unresponsive judiciary and determined hospital which

Whose child is Charlie Gard’s?

Charlie Gard

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This story was posted earlier today. Regrettably Charlie Gard has since died. RIP Charlie. By the time you read this post, the ventilator that keeps little Charlie Gard alive may have already

National Right to Life Mourns the death of Charlie Gard

Charlie Gard’s parents have released this heartbreaking image of their terminally ill son as they spend their last few hours with him (Picture: Featureworld)

WASHINGTON – National Right to Life today joined a chorus of organizations and people worldwide in mourning the death of Charlie Gard, the British boy at the center of a worldwide euthanasia debate. Connie Yates and Chris

Deadline passes: Has Charlie Gard been taken to a hospice?

A distraught Connie Yates

Judge had said Charlie would be quickly removed from the ventilator By Dave Andrusko “We promised Charlie every day we would take him home. “It seems really upsetting after everything we’ve been through to deny us this.”

All that was wrong in the coverage of Charlie Gard captured in one story

Charlie Gard and his dad

By Dave Andrusko It is now, tragically, official. “It is not in Charlie’s best interests for artificial ventilation to continue to be provided to him and it is therefore lawful and in his best interests for it

Charlie will not be allowed to go home to die, Justice Rules

Charlie Gard’s parents have released this heartbreaking image of their terminally ill son as they spend their last few hours with him (Picture: Featureworld)

By Dave Andrusko A few days ago, Connie Yates, mother of little Charlie Gard, described their situation as a “living hell.” Reading minute by minute coverage of today’s hearing before Justice Nicholas Francis, you can only assume

Charlie Gard, Connie Yates, Chris Gard and the rule of “experts”

By Dave Andrusko “The question of stopping Charlie’s life support was a value judgment, not a medical determination. The doctors didn’t insist on stopping treatment because it was not working, but because it was.” — Wesley Smith I

Networks Cover Baby Orca’s Death More Than Charlie Gard

By Katie Yoder When it comes to the value of life, the networks are prioritizing a baby animal above a baby human – down to the very minute. During Tuesday morning’s news shows, the three broadcast networks

Hospital placing “obstacles” in the way of bringing Charlie home to die

‘The parents had hoped that Great Ormond Street would work with them,’ their lawyer says By Dave Andrusko Frankly, if I had not closely followed the way the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London had treated the