Saturday 13 October 2018

A Judge Says This Is 'Atrocious'...

Nine nurses and a security guard were injured during the incident, which resulted in six staff members having to take sick leave and another resigning.
No, no! Not that. That's just 'part of the job', I guess. No, this bewigged SJW knows what's really terrible:
The 15-year-old, identified as R, was said to have post-traumatic stress disorder from living in a war zone in Iraq for several years.
The girl had been at Alder Hey children’s hospital in Liverpool for several months while the city council tried to find her a long-term care placement.
Did they try looking for one in Iraq? No. Of course not.
The judge, Mr Justice Hayden, was told she came across a shrine to Alfie Evans – the toddler who died at the hospital from a brain disease in April – and it triggered a “breakdown and assault” of Alder Hey staff.
Hayden said the failure to find the girl an appropriate placement was causing her harm (Ed: yes, her!) and “actually preventing sick children from being treated”.
He said R had been subjected to “really profound physical and emotional harm” and “the state, from whom she was entitled to expect care and support, has caused her significant harm”.
“It is difficult to imagine a situation more horrific,” he said.
“The fact is what has been happening here is little short of atrocious. The public have an interest in knowing so and it must never happen again.”
This member of the public fully agrees. We must never again allow a 'child refugee' to assault staff and block beds needed for sick British children.

If she cannot be safely handled, she must be treated as we'd treat a dangerous wild animal. It's not as if the council wasn't doing it's level best to offload her.
A council spokesman said: “Intensive and specialised support and care is needed for this child and it has taken much longer than all parties would have wished to identify a suitable placement to meet her specific needs.
“There has been an extensive UK-wide search for a therapeutic placement, as all of those involved have been extremely concerned about the length of time the child has been in Alder Hey.
“A bespoke placement, which includes specialist training for those who will care for her, is in the process of being created.”
I suggest you'd best look to Chester Zoo to provide that 'specialist training'.

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