Fatality Inquiry Begins Into Death of Calgary Teen Who Weighed 37 Pounds

An Alberta judge is looking for answers in the case of a 15-year-old boy who died in his Calgary home weighing less than 37 pounds.
Alexandru Radita died in May 2013 of bacterial sepsis brought on by complications due to untreated diabetes and starvation.
His parents, who had moved from B.C. to Alberta, were found guilty in 2017 of first-degree murder.
Witnesses at the trial testified that the Raditas refused to accept their son had diabetes, failed to treat his disease and kept him isolated at home.
Alberta provincial court Judge Sharon Van de Veen said Monday the fatality inquiry will seek to find out what could have been done to save the boy’s life and prevent other cases like this from happening again….

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