Israel Stinson's signs of life, squeezes hand




Published on Sep 21, 2016

FAIRFIELD, California, September 13, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — After losing her young son recently when a hospital disconnected his life support, Jonee Fonseca spoke about the little boy she lost and said she wants people to be aware of how her child’s life ended.

“My son was always an angel,” Fonseca said. “And the meaning of his name, ‘Apple of God’s eye,’ was more true than I had even realized.”

“I just want people to know the truth about how everything played out,” Fonseca told LifeSiteNews. “I’d hate for it to happen to another family. I hate that it happened to my family.”

Two-year-old Israel Stinson died August 25 when Children’s Hospital Los Angeles forcibly removed his life support after the hospital fought in court to dissolve a restraining order keeping Israel alive until an independent neurologist could examine him.

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