Polish Detective Has Offered ‘Third Solution’ For Alfie Evans
A Polish TV detective has offered a 'third solution' to the ongoing debate over the future of little Alfie Evans.
According to Sky News, Krzysztof Rutkowski has claimed on his Facebook page he has a third 'solution' which is 'in line with British law and enthusiastically received by the family'. However, he has given no more details, adding that he will say more on Saturday morning.
He is believed to have arrived in Liverpool this evening, when a car was spotted with his name on. A journalist, Robert Rewinski, who is travelling with the group told Sky News that everything they are doing is 'meant to support Alfie and the family of Alfie'.
Rutkowski runs a detective agency in Poland, and has appeared on TV several times,according to the news outlet.
He has previously said: "This situation is black and white. Life or death. But to achieve this most important goal, or the child's life, you can implement a third, compromise solution. And we are working intensively on it."
Alfie's family have been involved in a drawn-out legal battle over the future of the 23-month-old. The little boy has an undiagnosed brain condition and his family has been told he won't get better. However, parents Tom Evans and Kate James have gone to court several times in an attempt to get released from Alder Hey Hospital and get treatment in Italy.
Supporters from Italy and Poland have thrown their backing behind the family, with an Italian official even offering Alfie citizenship.
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A recent appeal decided that Alfie would be allowed to go home, but they family were not granted permission to take him abroad.
Alfie's life-support was withdrawn on 23 April, but he surprised everyone by continuing to breathe on his own.
Protestors have been seen outside the hospital for weeks - in one protest they blocked the road and attempted to 'rush' the hospital.
Alder Hey Hospital chairman Sir David Henshaw and its chief executive Louise Shepherd released a statement saying the hospital's staff had been subject to abuse from protestors and online.
Speaking yesterday, Alfie's dad Tom thanked the hospital 'at every level for their dignity and professionalism' and urged protestors to stop. He also thanked Italian and Polish supporters.
Source: Sky News
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