Earhustle411 has been following this case about Jahi McMath. She is the 13-year old that doctors had her written off as brain-dead. Man alone can’t tell me NOTHING… and you can’t tell me that the GOD I SERVE isn’t good HE obviously has other plans for this young lady.
Preserve me, O God: for in thee do I put my trust. Psalms 16:1 (KJV)
Lawyer Says Jahi McMath Is Moving, Responding To Voice Commands
13 year old reportedly moved parts of her body at the request of mother
Six months after doctors declared her brain-dead, 13-year-old Jahi McMath’s condition has improved so much so that she’s reportedly able to move parts of her body.
According to family lawyer Christopher Dolan, Jahi may soon be moved out of the hospital ICU.
“I would say that may be a discussion that I could see potentially happening,” Dolan said.
“Because of Jahi’s improvement, she may need a lower level of care.”
Dolan said he recently watched Jahi look in the direction of her mother’s voice and even move specific parts of her body that her mother asked her to move.
After her tonsil surgery on December 9, 2013, Jahi bled profusely and suffered a heart attack. When Children’s Hospital Oakland doctors declared the teen brain-dead and wanted to take her off life support, Jahi’s family fought in court to keep her on a ventilator. Several experts examined her before declaring her dead. The Alameda County coroner even issued her a death certificate. Dolan said he would now like a re-test.
“They may show something different than when Jahi was under the most acute stress of swelling of the brain and lack of food and nutrition,” he said. “The family is confident that they have seen signs of Jahi responding to voice commands and acting in a way much different than she did in Oakland.”
Dolan would not elaborate any more on Jahi’s condition, but said that she is doing much better than some experts had predicted.
“They said definitively that this young girl’s body will shut down,” Dolan said. “That her organs will fail. That her brain will liquefy and come out of her nose. They told that to the public to justify taking Jahi off life support. That has just not happened.”
After being transported to another hospital in January, Jahi’s family did not disclose where the teen had been relocated. Reports now indicate the teen is at Saint Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She is reportedly in the pediatric intensive care unit of the Children’s Hospital where patients receive 24-hour, round-the-clock care. Neither the family or hospital have confirmed or denied.
Source: Centric TV