Thomas Rawnsley- No natural causes.

Yet another disabled dies of natural causes. No liability on NHS/LA commissioners and oversight

Yet another statistic in the 12 a day dying of care that costs 9,000 a week making huge private profit

Even if coroner involved, no blame and all via short verdict from jury natural causes not care .
death average for fit ASD/LD 28 why ?

No investigation if in residential care under dol/ls, no accountability for care and medical examiner, not coroner, usually certifies death from natural causes

And family often excluded even from visits in MCA best interests

So profit and death ensured .

Due process disallowed by State.


How could a Court order a Jury to find Thomas died of natural causes ?

After The Coroner removed any issues relevant to his right to life from her Jury only allowed because of Thomas’ Right to life.

Natural causes refer to internal factors — like a medical condition or a disease — as opposed to external factors, like trauma from an accident.

… On a death certificate, natural causes actually refers to the “manner of death” rather than the specific cause.-

A Coronors Court investigates manner of death and will/should not be involved if death natural.

From Thomas death certificate He died of ‘hypoxia and Downs Syndrome’

He was a fit 20 year old, with no history of any serious medical conditions before State and its ‘care’ intervention.

Hypoxia and Downs are not conditions or diseases you die from.

The hospital he was eventually sent to, when effectively…

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Andrew Wyeth: Less Is More

My daughter’s profound words on Wyeth and the meaning of art.

Living The Art Life

I took a shine to this artist years ago, whilst studying at school. From my own crude attempts at recreating his work, I grew more inspired by the austere beauty he captures.

Art was in Wyeth’s blood, being born from a creative and artistic family, isolated in their rural hometown of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and submerged in their artistic endeavours. He was trained from a very young age by his father, a successful and talented artist himself, who illustrated well-known books such as Robinson Crusoe’s Treasure Island. The father and son had a very intimate connection personally, and through art.

At the pinnacle of his career, Wyeth was criticised in newspapers for being too liked by his audience, he committed the outlandish act of grounding the pretension of the high-brow artworld to a more ordinary level, in which ordinary people could relate to his work.

‘Christina’s World’ 1948, tempera…

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