Abraham's journey

AP NATIONAL STORIES

http://www.accessnorthga.com/transparent.gif

http://apdigitalorg.112.2o7.net

BEGIN STORY 1728705, SLUG 'SOU Sick Teen vaol-

STORY CREATED 2006/7/25 12:14:14, MODIFIED LAST 2006/7/25 12:14:14, HTML GENERATED 2006/7/25 12:14:

Teen cancer patient seeks to stop judge’s treatment order

By SONJA BARISIC
Associated Press Writer

<!-- BEGIN MEDIA BOX NUMBER 1 --><!-- END MEDIA BOX NUMBER 1 -->ACCOMAC, Va. (AP) – A 16-year-old cancer patient was headed to court to try to block a judge’s order requiring him to report to a hospital for treatment as doctors deem necessary.

A juvenile court judge on Monday denied a request by lawyers for Starchild Abraham Cherrix and his parents to not enforce his order pending an appeal in a higher court, but the Accomack County Circuit Court scheduled a hearing Tuesday to consider a request to take over the case and grant the stay.

Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell filed a brief supporting a stay, arguing that Abraham deserves the right to appeal the order to the Circuit Court before undergoing medical treatment.

John Stepanovich, lawyer for Jay and Rose Cherrix, said the Circuit Court was aware that the order required Abraham to be at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters in Norfolk – about 80 miles from the courthouse – by 1 p.m. Tuesday. The hearing was at noon.

<!-- BEGIN MEDIA BOX NUMBER 2 !-- BEGIN MEDIABOX 9589671 <!-- BEGIN MEDIABOX LEFT SIDE SPACER BOX_BOTTOM MEDIABOX LEFT SIDE SPACER “><!-- BEGIN PACKAGE 358216, ‘ADVERTISEMENT_STATE’ --><!-- $Id: Package.java,v 1.10 2005/07/20 22:05:22 mike Exp $ --><!-- BEGIN HTML FRAGMENT ID 4265 --><!-- $Id: HtmlFragment.java,v 1.7 2006/06/12 17:55:03 gmavrom Exp $- --><tbody><tr class=“ap-htmlfragment-tr”><td class=“ap-htmlfragment-td”></td></tr><!-- BOX_BOTTOM HTML FRAGMENT ID 4265 --><!-- BEGIN PACKAGE ITEM VERTICAL SPACER --><tr class=“ap-contentcontainer-tr”><td class=“ap-contentcontainer-td”><img class=“ap-contentcontainer-img” height=“8” src=”…/icons/spacer.gif" width=“1” border=“0” BOX_BOTTOM PACKAGE ITEM VERTICAL SPACER --><!-- BEGIN HTML FRAGMENT ID 2911 --><!-- $Id: HtmlFragment.java,v 1.7 THIS AD IS FOR STATE STORIES

BOX_BOTTOM HTML FRAGMENT ID 2911 --><!-- BEGIN PACKAGE ITEM VERTICAL SPACER --> " BOX_BOTTOM PACKAGE ITEM VERTICAL SPACER --><!-- BOX_BOTTOM PACKAGE 358216 --><!-- BEGIN PACKAGE 399067, ‘X_ANALYTICS’ – BEGIN HTML FRAGMENT ID 3308 --><!-- END HTML FRAGMENT ID 3308 --><!-- BEGIN PACKAGE ITEM VERTICAL SPACER END PACKAGE ITEM VERTICAL SPACER --><!-- END PACKAGE 399067 – BEGIN MEDIABOX RIGHT SIDE SPACER " BOX_BOTTOM MEDIABOX RIGHT SIDE SPACER Abraham was so weakened by three months of chemotherapy last year that at times he could barely walk.

He refused a second round of chemotherapy when he learned early this year that his Hodgkin’s disease, a cancer of the lymph nodes, was active again. He chose instead to go on a sugar-free, organic diet and take herbal supplements under the supervision of a clinic in Mexico. A social worker then asked a judge to require the teen to continue conventional treatment.

In his order Friday, Judge Jesse E. Demps also found the parents neglectful for allowing Abraham to pursue alternative treatment. He required them to continue sharing custody of Abraham with the Accomack County Department of Social Services, as he previously had ordered.

<!-- BEGIN MEDIA BOX NUMBER 3 --><!-- END MEDIA BOX NUMBER 3 -->On the Net:

Abraham Cherrix: http://www.abrahamsjourney.com

http://www.abrahamsjourney.com/index.html

Abraham is fighting for his life and does not want to do Chemo.

The crooked court system is forcing it down his throat.

A higher court overruled that decision today.

No forced Chemo.

Dennis

Orgones footer logo
About - Guidelines - FAQ - Privacy - Terms