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Extra Magazine brings today the hidden footage of plejesvigt over the 90-year-old demenssyge Else at the nursing home Kongsgården in Aarhus Vestre Landsret in last week banned the TV2 to display.
It is the Municipality of Aarhus, which in the court of appeal got a prohibitory injunction against TV2's documentary.
the Municipality do not believe that the danes may see the revealing scenes from Elses plejehjemsbolig, which, according to experts reveal the substantial plejesvigt, abuse, degrading talk and unhealthy hygiene'.
One of the most serious abuses, as the documentary reveals, you can see at the top of this article.
The 90-year-old woman's seven children and granddaughter Charlotte Ahm, there are Elses guardian, has given Extra Magazine permission to bring the prohibited footage. It makes the even after in vain having tried to get the municipality to intervene.
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On the hidden footage, we see, how Else, under the great pains being hoisted up in a harness, so she must make the stool down in his bed, because caregivers do not want to put her on the toilet or change her diaper.
the Same day have Else been diagnosed with cystitis. Caregivers laugh; 'hi hi', since the 90-year-old stuck in a painful position get the message to 'press and press some more'.
'I can't press more,' says Else. She begs now to get down:
'Ouch, it hurts, ouch it hurts. It hurts, it hurts ... Now you must stop. Now you must stop, it hurts. Ouch, it hurts, ouch, ouch ... I have pain in my legs ... I Must come down ..?'
Therefore, the EB clips
TV2 has tried, in vain, to be allowed to bring the documentary that reveals the serious abuses and failures in the care of older people in Aarhus Municipality.
First, in the bailiff's court and later by the high court, we succeeded in the municipality to stop the removal. According to the municipality it happens to protect the demented woman who has been subjected to abuse.
the Municipality believes that they have a duty to protect the woman from the footage shown, though both her guardian and family support is a publication of the recordings.
the Family has for several years tried to have a dialogue with the municipality and solved the severe problems, as the documentary now reveals. Until now they have many meetings been in vain, believes the family.
Elses guardian, her granddaughter Charlotte Ahm, as well as Elses seven children has, therefore, given Extra Magazine consent to bring the selected clips from the documentary, which proves that the family was right. And which shows that both the Municipality of Aarhus and other Danish municipalities, should go far more systematic approach and ensure that neither Else or other unsuspecting elderly people who Else are subjected to humiliating treatment and unlawful use of force in caring for the elderly.Show more Close
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First after seven minutes, and the interference of a newcomer usually gets Else winched down.
'Now you have shown me very bad. This is actually the worst,' it sounds Lars chinese computers in response to the TV2.
Anita Aslam is a nurse, and teach social and health care assistants.
'from what I see, I see it actually as an attack on her. And I actually think that it is the use of force. And it should be documented. It should ,' assessing the Anita Aslam for TV2.
Doctor Lars Bjerrum, professor of general medicine at the University of Copenhagen have seen the clip, as the high court and the city of Aarhus will hide to the public. He is a researcher in infectious diseases and hygiene.
'I have never seen anything like it. I was shaken.'
'It is in her (Elses), and in others in the same situation interest that the documentary will be shown. So that we can have a debate and get improved conditions,' says Lars Bjerrum for TV2.
How does a protective order
A protective order is a temporary decision, where the court has determined that a company or a person to stop doing a particular action.
It can be a ban on selling a product that a competitor thinks is a copy. Or it can be an article or a broadcast, as a party to the proceedings considers breaking the law.
In the case of the TV2 documentary Aarhus Municipality demanded that the footage not be shown, because, according to the municipality violates both the demented Else and the employees, who have been filmed. It has the bailiff's court and later the court of appeal granted the municipality the right at and therefore stopped the TV2 broadcast.
the Case can later be taken forward by the courts, which finally decide whether fogedforbuddet is correct, or on TV2 later anyway gets to show off the broadcast.
If one breaks a protective order, it could cost those responsible a fine or in the worst cases a prison sentence.
the Injunction is in fact an outdated term, since the ban in legal terms is called 'Provisional decision on the prohibition and injunction'.Show more Close