Friday, 12 April 2013

Mother 'Poisoned Daughter With Cancer Drugs'

Wonders indeed shall never cease. A child is in a serious condition in an Australian hospital after allegedly being given anti-cancer drugs bought on the internet by her mother.
The four-year-old girl was previously healthy before being allegedly poisoned by chemotherapy medicines over a 10-month period.

It has emerged her 22-year-old mother had apparently been posting messages on a Facebook page in an attempt to draw sympathy for her daughter's plight.
"I have come to realise that my life and my children's life was never meant to be easy," she posted earlier this month.
"Someone, somewhere is testing us so greatly. My faith is somewhat shaken but I know after shattering into a million pieces, we as a family will pick ourselves up and try to fit these broken pieces back together."
Among the numerous updates was one posting saying: "I feel like I can't breathe my heart is shattered." 
The Facebook page also showed where readers could donate cash or toys to the girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons.
The site also featured dozens of photographs of the sick child, many taken on hospital wards.
The page was supported by more than 8,000 members of the public, many of whom have now turned against the mother online.
The change in attitude has prompted the girl's grandfather to take to the site to urge for calm.
"Can I ask you save the hate and turn all your focus to positive prayerful thoughts for our gorgeous baby, number one priority is to get her well," he wrote.
"She's sick guys and regardless of how she got there we need to get her back so much more than you wonderful people can know.
"The hate isn't going to make her better prayers and positive energy and thoughts will."

The mother, who has been charged with grievous bodily harm, has appeared in a Brisbane court. She is due back in court on May 20.
May God help the little child survive, as for the mother, let God be your judge. 

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