The story created a stir. During the escape, the patient became worse and decided to return to the treatment center, but there was nothing more to do
The incident caused a great deal of controversy in Ireland. From the first hour, Antonio Mureddu, the Sardinian owner of a restaurant in Hedford, No-Vauxhall, would convince the 67-year-old former DJ, known in County Donegal, to leave the hospital where Kovid was later admitted. The former DJ died in this decision. On September 14, Murdoch was on his way to the ward when he told a man named Joe Macaron: “Here they’ll kill you, come with me in your pants.” The doctors resisted, but Macron eventually came out. During the escape, his condition worsened and McCarron was hospitalized again, but Kovid was taken over, intubated and subjected to assisted ventilation, but he did not, as the Irish Times reported.
Il Corriere reports that sites on the Irish press have described Antonio Muredo as a right-wing extremist who sought to organize events to present the Northern League in Ireland.
Now the Irish police have launched an investigation into the matter. But activists say the patient himself demanded his intervention. After McCarron’s funeral, a family spokesman appointed by his wife, Una, apologized to hospital staff treating her husband and ruled that Murdoch’s action in removing him from treatment was “negligent and negligent.”
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