The mother found the boy unconscious at home in April, then he lay in a coma for weeks in London’s Whitechapel Hospital. The doctors wanted to perform a brain function test to determine with certainty whether the boy was brain dead, but the parents did not allow it, which started a series of court hearings.

At the end of May, the court ruled that a magnetic resonance imaging scan may be performed. It has been proven that the brain shows zero activity in the dark. The doctors said that there was no way to extricate the patient and that he should die first. Therefore, they proposed disconnected from pstroj.

But the family was against it, so the dispute went to court. The final verdict was handed down at the end of the year, and the family did not even succeed in the case at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.

On Friday, the court ruled the family so hard that their son was transferred to a hospice at the end of his life. The judge stated in the judgment that, according to her, it is in the best interests of the child to have the best drink, and according to her, transportation to a hospice would be too risky.

Archie’s mother, Hollie Dance, said the boy died at 12:15 p.m. local time on Saturday, about two hours after the hospital began to open his skull. I am the proudest mother in the world. He was a beautiful boy and he fought until the very end, Dance told Reuters outside the hospital. According to the boy’s mother, the incident was caused by an online call in which Archie wanted to represent himself.