Friday, July 7, 2017

Pope Ready To Give Charlie Gard VATICAN Passport To Enable Him Fly To Italy For Treatment

Pope Francis is said to be prepared to offer a Vatican Passport to 11-month-old Charlie Gard to allow him to be treated in Italy, bypassing rulings that his life support machine should be turned off.

Sources suggest court rulings that have determined the 11-month-old's life support should be switched off could be overcome by making the little boy a citizen of the Pope's Vatican City.

It has emerged hours after Charlie's parents released a tearful image inside the hospital chapel at Great Ormond Street Hospital, saying the space gave them peace and tranquility through their trials.