Baby Flashbanged By Cops Still Fighting For Life, Can't Breathe On His OwnChris | InformationLiberation
Jun. 02, 2014
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19-month-old Bounkham "Buo" Phonesavanh, who was critically injured by police when they threw a flashbang into his playpen during a no-knock drug raid is unable to breath on his own and he is currently in a medically induced coma. Surgery to help him hopefully breath on his own is scheduled for today, the family asked that supporters pray it goes successfully.
The family's lawyer told the media any surveillance of the home where they were staying would have shown a second playpen outside the home right next to their door, children who regularly played outside on their drive way, and a vehicle with four car seats clearly visible.