By Valerie Eliot-Smith.
It was confirmed yesterday that Danish High Court Attorney Cristina Poblador from Homann law firm in Copenhagen has agreed to take this case. This is wonderful news and hopefully will begin to change the narrative of this tragic story.
This post follows on from my previous posts Karina Hansen 3: Update March 2016 (KH3) and Karina Hansen 2: the Ghost in the Room (KH2). For the full background to this story, please refer to KH2.
A brief re-cap
Karina (pictured left) lives in Denmark. In 2008, she was diagnosed with severe Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). The diagnosis was disputed and in February 2013, then aged 24, she was forcibly removed from home, where her family had been caring for her. She was taken to Hammel Neurocenter (part of “The Research Clinic for Functional Disorders” at Aarhus University Hospital).
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