Skip to comments.Jahi McMath’s Health “Improving” After She Gets Feeding, Breathing Tubes
Posted on 01/09/2014 9:34:58 PM PST by Morgana
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At issue is the mother saying her “heart” hasn't stopped and if that were to occur she'd accept it. Which isn't true because her daughter indeed had a heart failure and she didn't accept it then. ...and now she's saying if the body begins to decompose she'll take her of the ventilator. It is decomposing and was doing so from the time they declared her dead.
The mother is in extreme denial or something more sinister is at work or both.
California has a set limit, (250,000 I think) on what they can recover if they sue...BUT...keeping her on a ventilator can go into millions.
There's a photo of the daughters hand, taken about Jan 9th...and you can see the decomposition is happening.
If they are feeding her through tubes etc. it will simply slide out through the testinal track with a foul smell.
LOL, you couldn't resist, could you? How foul of a smell, exactly? Is that a medical term? I mean, are we talking putrified food in a dissolving intestinal tract, or the foulness of necropsy as the actual intestinal tract dissolves into a liquid mass? And are you including the opportunistic bacteria stench here, or just the fecal release and gaseous bloating of normal corpse degredation?
LOL, you just couldn't hold yourself back!
Actually...all of the above...lol.....
I am literally laughing out loud.
I hope I will never smell a dead body. I have come across a photo of a very badly decomposed murder victim but that is it.
It was on rotten.com,lol. My friend decided to gross me out.
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TRUE. The judge goofed on this one.
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