Baby Flashbanged by Cops Has Surgery Delayed Due to Worsening Health

Chris | InformationLiberation
Jun. 03, 2014

Bounkham “Bou Bou” Phonesavanh, the baby flashbanged by police executing a fruitless no-knock drug raid was scheduled to have surgery yesterday to help him breathe on his own. Unfortunately, due to worsening health the surgery had to be delayed.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports:
Worsening health postponed surgery to repair the deep chest wound caused when a flash-bang grenade landed on thew child’s pillow in the play-pen where he was sleeping. He also suffered severe burns on his head and face.

“Right now the focus is prayers for the child,” Davis said. “His fevers have been spiking. He is not out of the woods yet.”

[...]Bou Bou is in a medically induced coma in the Grady Memorial Hospital burn unit and breathing on a ventilator because a lung has stopped working, said his mother, Alecia Phonesavanh

Doctors said he had a 50 percent chance of survival, family members said.
If this baby dies the cops must be charged with criminal homicide.







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