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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Can a Man Die Twice? Brain Death is a Sham!

Good question. And the answer for the brain death crowd is yes. In this story, Hector Comacho was declared brain dead, then, before his family decided to take him off the respirator, his condition "deteriorated" and he died of a heart attack. So was the man "dead" when he was brain dead? And if he WAS dead, how could his condition "deteriorate?" Think about it. If there was an organ donor team on standby would they have been taking the heart of a dead man when they talk his heart? But if he was already dead, how could he die of a heart attack?


But it's extremely convenient for the organ harvesting business. Declare the living death and take their vital organs. Their condition will certainly "deteriorate" after that happens.

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1 comment:

Anita Moore said...

Death takes place the moment the soul leaves the body. A body without a soul cannot respond to treatment or be "kept alive" with machines. The idea that it can be is a materialist myth.

I wish the story of Nicholas Coke would be trumpeted around the world. This little boy lived to be 3 years and 11 months old without a brain, and without ever being hooked up to machines.