CANADA: Monoxide Mercy

For eight months in his two and a half years of life, little Victor Christopher Ramberg had screamed day & night in excruciating agony. His cancered eyes poured a million devils of pain into his small head, taking away his sight. Doctors said he could not live more than six months longer.

For eight months Victor and Dorothy Ramberg bore their child's screams. They nursed it patiently, tenderly; but the time came when they could stand it no longer.

Together they went into Calgary from Keoma, the little Alberta town where Victor Ramberg...

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