If the hospital doctors had shown more compassion instead of being heartless and cold then perhaps the family would have agreed with the doctor’s reccomendation. I get the family’s rejection of it considering the inconsiderate tone from the hospital and its lawyers.
One doesn’t treat a grieving family like non-human pieces of crap.
You assume too much. The hospital did not treat the family poorly. On the contrary, they’ve made inarguably generous accomodations including that Jahi be allowed to have up o 8 visitors at a time, an area for the family to congregate, counselors for her siblings, many other accomodations.
You and I have no idea what the hospital said and did. We have no idea of the conversation between the parties.
The hospital cannot legally discuss this publicly.
I know from relatives who work for a hospital and witness this thing every other year or so. These parents are distraught. I can understand that. But there is a time to accept what has happened, and move to the next steps.