Jahi's sister posted a photo on Twitter today, showing her holding Jahis hand. The signs of decay are obvious, compared to the earlier photo (right), which was posted on Facebook on 1st January, I do not know when either of these photos were taken.
"If her heart stops beating while she is on the respirator, we can accept that because it means she is done fighting," he said. "We couldn't accept them pulling the plug on her early."
This a salmon's heart beating outside of the body, without any mechanical impulses
And no, it's not just fish hearts that beat on their own.... this is a human heart
Maybe he should brush up on his anatomy and physiology, but then again, I suppose sometimes it is much more convenient to feign ignorance, especially where money is concerned.
And speaking of money, it appears Consumer Watchdog, a non profit organisation in California that, according to their website, are dedicated to fighting corrupt corporations and politicians, has also been using this tragic case to as a fund raising tool in their campaign to raise the cap on the amount that can be claimed following a death due to a hospital's negligence. This is currently $250k, or to quote Uncle Beast 'chump change'
Here's a letter dated 18th December 2013 - 6 DAYS AFTER JAHI WAS DECLARED DEAD - that was sent by them to California's Attorney General, District Attorney and President of the Medical Board.
I wonder if the scumbag lawyer who is representing the family will also be wanting to further his career, but he couldn't stoop so low, could he?
The family, lawyer and all those fuelling false hopes and jumping on the bandwagon need to put an end to this NOW and allow Jahi to rest in peace once and for all.