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Ashya King: Hail Naveed King, The Big Brother Who Saved His Family From The Poisonous Police And Their Media Narks

by | 3rd, September 2014

Brett and Naghemeh King, parents of Ashya King, speak during a press conference in Sevilla, Spain, Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014. The British parents are heading to see him at a hospital in southern Spain following release their from custody after United Kingdom authorities dropped accusations of child cruelty against them. Brett King, the father of 5-year-old Aysha, told reporters in the Spanish city of Seville that everything he and his wife did for their son was for the boy’s own good. The boy has a brain tumor and is hospitalized in Malaga, about a 2-hour drive from Seville. The parents were incarcerated near Madrid on Monday and released Tuesday night. (AP Photo/Miguel Angel Morenatti)

Brett and Naghemeh King, parents of Ashya King, speak during a press conference in Sevilla, Spain, Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014. The British parents are heading to see him at a hospital in southern Spain following release their from custody after United Kingdom authorities dropped accusations of child cruelty against them.

 

ASHYA King is back with his parents Brett and Naghemeh King at the Malaga hospital where he is being treated for a brain tumour.

Having been jidnapped and improned by the State and monstered by the media, the Kings are back together.

Free from Madrid’s Soto Del Real jail, Mr King told the BBC:

“They arrested us and directly they took my son away and said he was not allowed to have any visitors. We want to help our son get through this bad time because he hasn’t got too many months to live and we’re locked away in a cell – we’re just trying to speed things up to help him.”

 

Dr. Vladimir Vondracek operates a machine in a proton therapy treatment room at Proton Therapy Center in Prague, Czech Republic, Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014. The parents of the five-year-old Ashya King, who has brain tumor, plan to sell a property to pay for proton beam radiation therapy in the Czech Republic or the U.S. The British parents Brett and Naghemeh King , who took their critically ill son for treatment abroad are heading to see him at a hospital in southern Spain following their release from custody after U.K. authorities dropped accusations of child cruelty against them. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

Dr. Vladimir Vondracek operates a machine in a proton therapy treatment room at Proton Therapy Center in Prague, Czech Republic, Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014.

 

Mrs King added:

“All I could do was just cry and pray. What could I do in a prison cell? I could not do much, really. I just want to wet [Ashya’s] mouth because he can’t drink through his mouth, I want to brush his teeth, I want to turn him side to side every 15 minutes because he can’t move. I just want to do all those things I was doing from Southampton, I want to do it for him here.”

Mr King said:

“My heart is aching for my son and anger can’t come in at the moment because I’ve just got these feelings that I’ve got to see my son’s face.”

 

View of a children room at Proton Therapy Center in Prague, Czech Republic, Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014. The parents of the five-year-old Ashya King, who has brain tumor, plan to sell a property to pay for proton beam radiation therapy in the Czech Republic or the U.S. The British parents Brett and Naghemeh King , who took their critically ill son for treatment abroad are heading to see him at a hospital in southern Spain following their release from custody after U.K. authorities dropped accusations of child cruelty against them. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

View of a children room at Proton Therapy Center in Prague, Czech Republic, Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014. The parents of the five-year-old Ashya King, who has brain tumor, plan to sell a property to pay for proton beam radiation therapy in the Czech Republic or the U.S.

 

The police and sections of the media should be ashamed. Anyone who published the faces of the parents – styled to look like mug shots – and invited readers to become police narks should be ashamed.

The villains are clear. The hero is Naveed King, Ashya’s older brother who posted updates on YouTube, doing much to undermine the campaign to criminalise his parents.

One question: who are your children safer with: the State or the parents? That question to you in Rochdale, Rotherham, Blackpool, Oxford, Hillsborough…



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