published : 2023-11-16
UK Infant Forced Off Life Support, Father Claims 'the Devil' Was Present in the Courtroom
Infant Indi Gregory dies despite offers of continued treatment and legal protection from Italy and the Vatican
Indi Gregory, the 8-month-old infant who was forced off life support by the United Kingdom courts system, was baptized before her death despite her family not originally being religious.
Dean Gregory, Indi's father, said before her death that he was inspired to baptize his daughter by Christian legal volunteers who fought to keep her alive.
Dean described his experience in the courtroom as being dragged to hell, and it led him to believe in the existence of the devil and consequently, God.
Despite offers from the Italian government and Vatican for continued care and legal protection, the UK courts mandated the removal of Indi from her life-supporting ventilator against her parents' wishes.
Dean Gregory expressed his gratitude towards Christian volunteers and his legal counsel from the Christian Legal Centre, who supported him throughout the legal battle.
Indi's baptism was not only an expression of gratitude but also a way to seek protection and recognize the dedication of those who fought for her survival.
Dean Gregory, deeply affected by his daughter's death, decided to seek baptism for himself and his surviving daughter to find protection in this life and ensure entry to heaven.
The U.K. government refused to allow Indi Gregory to continue living on life support, despite offers from the Vatican and the Italian government for her transfer to Bambino Gesù hospital.
Senior U.K. judges denied the Gregorys' appeal, ruling that the offers from Italy and the Vatican were 'wholly misconceived'.
Pope Francis expressed his prayers for the Gregory family and all children worldwide who suffer due to illness or war.
Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni supported the Gregorys and fought to release Indi into Italian custody.
Following Indi's death, Dean Gregory expressed his anger, heartbreak, and shame towards the NHS and the courts for taking away his daughter's chance at a longer life and dignity in her final moments.
Dean also emphasized that Indi's soul cannot be taken away and pledged to ensure that she is remembered forever.