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La Cour ordonne à la Terri Schiavo française de mourir de faim en «environ cinq jours»

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Le site LifeSiteNews publie un excellent article retraçant les différentes tentatives de tuer Vincent Lambert. Il relève l'absurdité de la situation actuelle de Vincent, enfermé dans sa chambre d'hôpital, sans les soins requis à son état. Il ne lui est donné aucune chance de progresser. L'article donne aussi la parole à sa mère, Viviane Lambert, qui témoigne de la présence de son fils, de ses réactions et de son désir évident de vivre.

Court orders France’s Terri Schiavo to be starved to death over ‘about five days’

February 6, 2019 (LifeSiteNews, Jeanne Smits, Paris correspondent) — Vincent Lambert, known as France’s Terri Schiavo, has received his fourth death sentence after the administrative court of Châlons-en-Champagne validated a doctor’s decision to pull his feeding tube and administer deep sedation until he dies – a “process” that would take “about five days,” according to Dr. Pierre Sanchez.

The lengthy judiciary medical procedure surrounding Lambert, 42, who has been in a minimally conscious state for the last 10 years, has not reached its term yet. His parents, Pierre and Viviane Lambert, will appeal the decision before France's highest administrative court, the Council of State. They are determined to continue their fight against the “slow euthanasia” the medical and administrative authorities are trying to impose on their deeply handicapped son, their counsel, Jérôme Triomphe, told LifeSiteNews.

Viviane Lambert told LifeSite she is sure her son is cognizant of her, and described the way he reacts when she asks.

The latest judiciary decision was handed down last week after an investigation by medical experts named by the tribunal, two brain surgeons and one otolaryngologist, none of whom are familiar with the needs and medical profile of vegetative and minimally conscious patients. Their report was bleak – they refused to take into account the fact that videos show Vincent Lambert being successfully given small quantities of food through the mouth – but they did conclude that feeding the handicapped man directly to the stomach does not constitute “unreasonable obstinacy” in keeping him alive.

Lambert is not in pain, the experts concluded. There is no trace of habitual and untreatable suffering, and there is no comorbidity requiring any kind of treatment.


Did she tell Vincent of the court’s decision, LifeSite asked her. “Yes, I said I had bad news. Vincent has his moments; there are times when he does not react. But that day, the 31st of January, was extraordinary. It was truly a consolation for me. I told him to turn his head towards me – it is more and more difficult for him, because he receives no physical therapy – and he did. Vincent is not a vegetable!” said Viviane Lambert.

She also told LifeSite that she is “sure” that her son is conscious of her presence. “He reacts, he is present, an exchange does take place, I know he feels I, his mother, am there, it’s all in the eyes. And it’s what helps me carry on.”

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