US News Judge raises concern about images of Alfie Evans being posted online

16:46  11 april  2018
16:46  11 april  2018 Source:   Press Association

Hospital treating toddler Alfie Evans will consider alternative options – MEP

  Hospital treating toddler Alfie Evans will consider alternative options – MEP The Pope tweeted his support for the youngster on Wednesday.Alfie has a rare degenerative neurological condition that has not been definitively diagnosed by doctors.

Tom Evans , 21, gave an emotional speech outside court after a judge ‘reluctantly’ ruled 21-month-old Alfie Evans should be allowed to die with ‘dignity’. Post navigation.

Image copyright Family/ Alfie ’s Army. Image caption Alfie is in a “semi-vegetative state” and has a mystery illness. A judge ruled last month that doctors at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool can stop treating 21-month-old Alfie Evans against the wishes of his parents Kate James and Tom

Undated family handout photo taken with with permission from the Alfies Army Official Facebook page (PA) © Provided by The Press Association Undated family handout photo taken with with permission from the Alfies Army Official Facebook page (PA) A High Court judge has raised concern about images of a 23-month-old boy who has been at the centre of a life-support treatment battle being posted on the internet.

Tom Evans and Kate James, who are in their 20s and from Liverpool, have lost fights over their son Alfie Evans in the High Court, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and European Court of Human Rights.

In February, Mr Justice Hayden ruled that doctors at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool could stop treating Alfie against the wishes of his parents following hearings in the Family Division of the High Court in London and Liverpool.

Hospital treating toddler Alfie Evans will consider alternative options – MEP

  Hospital treating toddler Alfie Evans will consider alternative options – MEP The Pope tweeted his support for the youngster on Wednesday.Alfie has a rare degenerative neurological condition that has not been definitively diagnosed by doctors.

Judge tells Alfie Evans ' parents he wants new scan before 'life-and-death' decision over life support Twenty-month-old Alfie is in a 'semi-vegetative state' in a Liverpool hospital Parents Tom Evans , 21, and Kate James, 20, are fighting to keep life support on

Pictured: Alfie Evans , who has an undiagnosed brain condition and is currently on life-support. Tom Evans and Kate James leave the High Court in London as a High Court judge is analysing Fergie celebrates turning 43 by posting sweet picture of her four-year-old son Axl in a Harry Potter costume.

Tom Evans (centre) the partner of Kate James, the parents of 20-month-old son Alfie Evans, outside Liverpool Civil and Family Court during a hearing related to their dispute with medics looking after their son Alfie at Alder Hey Children's Hospital. © Press Association Tom Evans (centre) the partner of Kate James, the parents of 20-month-old son Alfie Evans, outside Liverpool Civil and Family Court during a hearing related to their dispute with medics looking after their son Alfie at Alder Hey Children's Hospital. The judge was on Wednesday analysing a number of follow-up issues at a hearing in London.

He said the hearing was being held so that he could help Alfie’s parents and doctors decide exactly when treatment should stop.

Mr Justice Hayden said it would not be possible for Alfie’s parents to make “further applications”.

He said he was concerned that images of the little boy were continuing to be posted online.

Tom Evans, the partner of Kate James the parents of 20-month-old son Alfie Evans, arrives with his mother (name not known) at Liverpool Civil and Family Court for a hearing related to their dispute with medics looking after their son Alfie at Alder Hey Children's Hospital. © Press Association Tom Evans, the partner of Kate James the parents of 20-month-old son Alfie Evans, arrives with his mother (name not known) at Liverpool Civil and Family Court for a hearing related to their dispute with medics looking after their son Alfie at Alder Hey Children's Hospital. “It is impossible to escape images of Alfie on the internet,” said the judge.

Hospital treating toddler Alfie Evans will consider alternative options – MEP

  Hospital treating toddler Alfie Evans will consider alternative options – MEP The Pope tweeted his support for the youngster on Wednesday.Alfie has a rare degenerative neurological condition that has not been definitively diagnosed by doctors.

Judges have heard that Alfie , who was born on May 9 2016, is in a 'semi-vegetative state' and has a Ahead of a Court of Appeal hearing, Alfie 's aunt Sarah Evans posted videos of the 21-month-old in The Big Smoke in colour: Fascinating images of London painstakingly converted from black and

The judge agreed with medical personnel that although Alfie Evans ’ devastating brain illness cannot be diagnosed, it was “ultimately fatal.” This post originally appeared in at National Right to Life News Today —- an online column on pro-life issues.

“He has no say on whether these photos are taken.”

Mr Justice Hayden said he was concerned that the images were “intrusive” and suggested  that in the “fullness of time” Alfie’s family might regret their publication.

Tom Evans and Kate James (both at centre), the parents of 21-month-old Alfie Evans, arrive at the High Court in London to see whether they have won a treatment fight with doctors. © Press Association Tom Evans and Kate James (both at centre), the parents of 21-month-old Alfie Evans, arrive at the High Court in London to see whether they have won a treatment fight with doctors. Alfie’s parents were not at the hearing, which is continuing.

Last week bosses at Alder Hey said they had been unable to reach agreement with Alfie’s parents about exactly when treatment should stop.

They said they would ask the judge for “guidance” .

Tom Evans and Kate James, the parents of seriously ill Alfie Evans. An MEP has said that the hospital treating the toddler will © Press Association Tom Evans and Kate James, the parents of seriously ill Alfie Evans. An MEP has said that the hospital treating the toddler will "consider alternative options" including treatment in Italy. Judges have heard that Alfie, who was born on May 9 2016, is in a “semi-vegetative state” and has a degenerative neurological condition doctors had not definitively diagnosed.

Alfie Evans’ parents prepare for new High Court fight

  Alfie Evans’ parents prepare for new High Court fight The couple are seeking to overturn a series of rulings and want their child treated in Germany or Rome.Tom Evans and Kate James, who are in their 20s and from Liverpool, have lost fights over their son Alfie Evans in the High Court, Court of Appeal, Supreme Court and European Court of Human Rights.

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Specialists at Alder Hey said life-support treatment should stop and Mr Justice Hayden said he accepted medical evidence which showed that further treatment was futile.

Court of Appeal judges upheld Mr Justice Hayden’s ruling.

Supporters of Tom Evans and Kate James the parents of 20-month-old Alfie Evans, outside Liverpool Civil and Family Court during a hearing related to their dispute with medics looking after their son at Alder Hey Children's Hospital. © Press Association Supporters of Tom Evans and Kate James the parents of 20-month-old Alfie Evans, outside Liverpool Civil and Family Court during a hearing related to their dispute with medics looking after their son at Alder Hey Children's Hospital. Supreme Court justices and European Court of Human Rights judges have refused to intervene.

The couple have complained that “the state” is wrongly interfering with their parental choice.

They want to move Alfie to a hospital in Rome or Germany.

Alfie Evans' parents lose latest legal battle .
The parents of 23-month-old Alfie Evans have lost a second appeal request for the Supreme Court to hear their case. Tom Evans and Kate James, who are both in their early 20s, made another application to the Supreme Court after losing a second fight at the Court of Appeal.But justices dismissed their application after judges approved a plan for withdrawing treatment and bringing Alfie's life to an end.The justices, giving reasons for their decision, said it was a "desperately sad case". © Press Association Tom Evans, the father of Alfie Evans, speaks outside Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool.

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