Mikhail Saakashvili made a good case: the child forcibly returned from a family of Jehovah's Witnesses in hospital

By order of the President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili, on the night of Tuesday with the help of police in the hospital was returned to 4-year old girl Inna Tsarelashvili whose parents belong to the society «Jehovah's Witnesses».
Before the parents took the child out of intensive care, where Inna was taken with severe burns caused boiling water. Doctors suggested to save the life of a child, 30 percent of the body which was covered with burns, a blood transfusion. However, for religious reasons, parents Inna refused treatment and took the child on receipt from the hospital.

9 June 2009 | burns, jehovah's sviteli, saakashvili, treatment

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