British Police Threaten ‘Action’ Against Supporters of Alfie Evans on Social Media

British Police Threaten ‘Action’ Against Supporters of Alfie Evans on Social Media


The police of Merseyside England have issued a thinly veiled threat against all users of social media who defend the life of Alfie Evans and accuse the Alder Hey Hospital of gross misconduct in holding him prisoner against his parents’ wishes.

On Facebook, the police force posted a statement “following reports of social media posts being made in relation to Alder Hey Hospital and the ongoing situation with Alfie Evans.”

According to Chief Inspector Chris Gibson, “Merseyside Police has been made aware of a number of social media posts which have been made with reference to Alder Hey Hospital and the ongoing situation involving Alfie Evans.”

“I would like to make people aware that these posts are being monitored and remind social media users that any offences including malicious communications and threatening behaviour will be investigated and where necessary will be acted upon,” the statement warns.

If the Merseyside Police make good on their threat, they will have their work cut out for them, given the number of important public figures who have come out on social media in defense of little Alfie.

Pope Francis


Moved by the prayers and immense solidarity shown little Alfie Evans, I renew my appeal that the suffering of his parents may be heard and that their desire to seek new forms of treatment may be granted.

Antonio Tajani


The power of love is defeating the cynicism of those who have pulled the plug. All my support to and his extraordinary parents.

Brit Hume


It is one thing for the British authorities to deny him further care, but not letting his parents take him to Rome is inexplicable: 

Let Alfie Evans Go to Rome

Alfie Evans, 23 months old, is hospitalized with a rare neurodegenerative disorder. Against his parents’ wishes, his doctors at Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool removed him from life support on Mond…     

has been made prisoner in his own country. His only crime is that he is sick. Shame on England. The whole world is watching. It’s not to late to let Alfie go, to get the care elsewhere that his parents are fighting for. @AlderHey, let him go! 

Parents of sick toddler Alfie Evans lose UK court appeal

Britain’s Court of Appeal on Wednesday rejected a new bid by the parents of terminally ill toddler Alfie Evans to take him to Italy and continue his life support against the wishes of his doctors and…   

Mark R. Levin


Government-controlled health care has consequences … 

Levin: The Alfie Evans tragedy is exactly what the Left would give us with government-run health…

“It makes you want to puke.”   

Allen West


’ story must be shouted from the rooftops. We must be his voice and the voice for others like him. cc: @michellemalkin 

All Lives Matter, Including Alfie Evans

If we yield to the culture of death and the culture of expediency that permeate government-run health care systems around the world, no lives are safe.   

Brittany Pettibone


For no apparent plausible reason, the U.K. authorities are forbidding Alfie Evans from being transported to a hospital in Rome, where his life might very well be saved. 

Liz Wheeler


You’ve said nothing to prove that the state is not forcing Alfie Evans’ to die.

You merely argued that it’s legal for the state to do so. So, what? That’s worse. 

Tom Cotton


There is something badly wrong inside the British judicial & health-care systems. Theresa May or Queen Elizabeth ought to step in to protect from these systems’ depraved indifference to a little boy & his loving parents.

Shannon Bream


We’ve been covering the case for weeks, and tonight is no different. I cannot imagine the rage and grief the parents are going through, losing one legal battle over another. I’m no medical expert, but I believe we need to be having this conversation right now.

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