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Archie Battersby: Brain-damaged 12-year-old boy dies after death support switched off

Damaged brain 12-yearthe old man died in hospital after his life support was switched off next weeks of law battles his loved ones.

Archie Battersby was kidnapped off all medicines at 10 am on Saturday and he died at 12:15, his tears mother announced outside Royal London Hospital.

Holly Dance told her son “fought to the very end and I’m so proud to be his mom.”

Speaking on on behalf of of at familyElla Rose Carter added: “They are removed ventilation and he turned blue.

“There was nothing worth watching family the participant or child will suffocate.”

“We hope not family must go through what we went through,” she said. added. “This is barbarism.”

Archie death coming in the next weeks of law battles, with doctors and his parents disagreement over in best well of action for young man.

Schoolboy brain damaged injury in April during the incident in his home in Southend, Essex, which mother believes he may have been associated with online challenge.

Archie Battersby was kidnapped off life support at the Royal London Hospital on Saturday

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Archie Battersby was kidnapped off life support at the Royal London Hospital on Saturday

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The doctors said that Archie was a brain stem dead and continuation of lifesupport there was no treatment in his best interests, and his parents wanted London Hospital to continue with treatment.

The Supreme Court allowed doctors to stop treatment of Archie, despite his desire of his parents.

Doctors were allowed to do this from 11 am. last Wednesday, after other cuts off points over the week has been pushed back back while it parents made last- minute requests for a delay in treatment.

Holly Dance told reporters that Archie “fought to the very end and I’m so proud to be his mom.”

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His parents made appeal to the European Court of Human rights in a final attempt to delay withdrawal of treatment, but also rejected.

On Thursday family applied to transfer the child to hospice so they could say goodbye, but this request was also turned around down.

In an interview with Sky News, recorded on Friday, Archie mother said she was “pretty broken” and that the day was “absolutely terrible”.

Holly Dance with her son in hospital

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Breaking down she said “In last no matter how many weeks have passed since April 7th, I don’t think there was a day that wasn’t really terrible.”

Miss Dance added: “It was really hard. In spite of hard strong face and appearance is obvious in front of cameras up So far I’ve been pretty beat up.”

She said she was in the hospital made it clear did not have more options and this life support will be called at 10 am on Saturday.

Asked if there was anything more she could do, Ms. Dance said, “No. I did everything I promised my little boy. And I did it.”

family legal options have been exhausted on Friday

(PA Media)

representative for campaign group Christian care that was supporting Archie family said PA news Agency: “All legal avenues have been exhausted.

” family devastated and wasting precious time with Archie.”

Archie is brain damaged injury in April during the incident in his home in Southend, Essex, which mother believes he may have been associated with online challenge.

12-year- the old boy was unconscious after the incident in home in April and was saved in intensive care at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel.

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