Brain-Dead Teen's Family Preparing for the Worst

Jahi McMath was transferred to an undisclosed facility that agreed to keep her on life support.
3:00 | 01/07/14

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Grim words this morning from the lawyer who fought to move the California teen declared brain dead after -- -- like to me. Just hi -- Matt Stanley turning his acknowledged that the thirteen year old is in quote. Very bad shape after a three week battle -- was transferred Sunday from Children's Hospital in Oakland. But her family is refusing to reveal the name of the facility that agreed to keep her on life support. Can be treated. I think innocent little grow this year isn't that like deceased body the way it's students hospital pageantry there. -- highs uncle says it never stops beating what -- -- for heart stops beating while she's -- to the ventilator. They will accept that.

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