Woman puts something into her young son’s IV drip; the boy asks her a shocking question before he dies

A 9-year-old boy was taken to the hospital in critical condition, and his mother reportedly tampered with his intravenous treatment. Days before he died, the boy asked her the same question over and over again, leaving many people shocked.

The mother of four is being held responsible for contaminating her son’s intravenous drip with human waste while he was receiving medical attention.

The boy, whose identity has not been disclosed, was in a bad condition, and his temperature had risen significantly. Along with the high fever, the hospital staff noticed that he was also experiencing delirium. One of the hospital’s nurses, Lindy, recalls one particular shift where the boy was “very sick” and had pain in his back, stomach, and head. Brown told the court that the boy asked for some medicine to “take away the pain.”

What the nurse also remembers from the boy’s time as a patient at the hospital is that he exhibited “significant” behavioral problems. Not only was he “very demanding of his mother,” he also did not hesitate to swear at the nurses. As Lindie overheard one of the conversations the boy had with his mother, the nurse caught the child asking her “why she was doing this to him.” The nurse revealed that the boy told his mother something along the lines of, “You could have put something in my cannula when I was asleep.” The next day, the nurse heard the sick boy once again make similar statements, asking his mother “why are you doing this to me.”

“She [the mother] said, ‘What?'” “Poisoning me,” the boy replied to his mother, said the nurse. Lindie didn’t take the conversation lightly and wrote an email to child protection services about what she heard during her shifts at the hospital. The nurse also remembers the boy being in a state of extreme stress during this time.

This was also corroborated by another nurse, Kristina, who shared the same shift as Lindie. She, too, also remembers the young patient saying similar things to his mother. “What have you done to my cannula this time?” Kristina quoted the boy. She remembers the mother saying something to the tune of, “Why would you say that? That makes me upset when you say those things.”

As Kristina spoke in court as a witness, the mother’s lawyer, Pauline, asked her whether it was possible she misheard the boy when he said, “Don’t you dare put anything in my cannula?” “Possibly yes,” the nurse answered. After the boy lost his life in September 2014, his blood sample tested positive for the bacteria E. coli, but the court heard that this infection could have been caused by a number of other possibilities. In a recent hearing that took place in March 2021, the mother pleaded not guilty to poisoning her son’s IV drip with feces, and court proceedings still continue years after the boy’s death.



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