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Friday, September 07, 2007

Denis Garagic

Denis Garagic was hospitalized for two days and not diagnosed on time, as a consequence he died. Denis's parents desperately asking for justice, they commissioned this poster asking Why? How much does a life cost?...

Added on 14th of September:

I am Nevenka, Denis Garagic's mom from Tuzla. That poster says: "How much does the life cost? And truth and justice?" and the heart conteins "WHY?"
I had made that poster in order to let people know about my battle 4 truth and justice for my 27 year old son. On July 25 in 2005 he'd spent 3 days in Tuzla's hospital- (ER to be more exact) and while being there he was experiencing severe chest pains. The doctors treated him as drug addict.
Only after he had died, on our request, the obduction has been performed. The official COD was the rupture aneurysmae dissecans aortae ascedentis…

My persuit for conviction lasts 2 years now. If it takes 22 more I won't mind as long as the truth and justice win. My son was a handsome, smart, inteligent young man, energic, with so many plans and goals, last year in college as a student of English language, and now he's gone. Someone must pay their price in not knowing how to treat sick and ill people.

I thank you for the space you've let me have to tell my story.

Sincerely, Nevenka Garagic.

10 Comments:

Blogger photowannabe said...

How sad..I hope they get the answers to their questions.

07 September, 2007 20:41  
Blogger shirley said...

What did he have?

11 September, 2007 18:03  
Blogger Pod said...

what was wrong?

12 September, 2007 12:49  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am Nevenka, Denis Garagic's mom from Tuzla. That poster says: "How much does the life cost? And truth and justice?" and the heart conteins "WHY?"
I had made that poster in order to let people know about my battle 4 truth and justice for my 27 year old son. On July 25 in 2005 he'd spent 3 days in Tuzla's hospital- (ER to be more exact) and while being there he was experiencing severe chest pains. The doctors treated him as drug addict.
Only after he had died, on our request, the obduction has been performed. The official COD was the rupture aneurysmae dissecans aortae ascedentis…

My persuit for conviction lasts 2 years now. If it takes 22 more I won't mind as long as the truth and justice win. My son was a handsome, smart, inteligent young man, energic, with so many plans and goals, last year in college as a student of English language, and now he's gone. Someone must pay their price in not knowing how to treat sick and ill people.

I thank you for the space you've let me have to tell my story.

Sincerely, Nevenka Garagic.

13 September, 2007 22:59  
Blogger Jazzy said...

My thoughts are with you and your family Nevenka.

14 September, 2007 11:59  
Anonymous Owen said...

Courage, Nevenka, not just for your son's sake but for other patients as well.

14 September, 2007 15:39  
Blogger Lady Luck said...

I am so sorry Nevenka.

14 September, 2007 17:43  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He was a really nice and very cleaver young man. (You can read about him on the site Tuzlarie , (Tuzlaci I tuzlanke ) http://www.bhstring.net/tuzlauslikama/tuzlarije/tuzlanke.php.
Unfortunately, he passed away so young, physicians, specialists that were working in emergency room at that time must be penalized, they must know that they play with life of many people; if they are not for this job they must quite and do something else. I am supporting parents they merit to get what they asking for only justice for their san DENIS. Ljubica - Montreal

19 September, 2007 18:36  
Anonymous Almir said...

I am sorry for his parents and friends and I share their sadness, because I knew him. He really was amazing person. GOD BLESS HIM.

14 February, 2010 23:01  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Almir. Yes, Denis Garagic, my son was indeed a remarkable young man.
About him, about our tragedy, you can read here:

http://nevenkagaragic.blogger.ba/

Nevenka Garagic, mother of Denis

18 February, 2010 09:42  

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