Allow Parents Legal Access To Medical Records & DNA Of Deceased Children
UK Parliament - Don’t deny Parents access to DNA & medical records of their deceased children, regardless of their age.
The photo of the text is from my brother's wife, who is his UK next of kin.
On the 15 May 2018 my brother was pronounced dead. It was reported that his diesel Land rover Range rover exploded into a ball of flames leaving the body totally unrecognizable and my brother dead.
On the 15 of May 2018 I ask my brothers UK next of kin who was also his UK wife. I asked if we can view the dead body, she said NO! My parents and I have since been denied the DNA & Medical records of their son, my brother.
My brother had a flight book to start a new life with the other woman he had been seeing for over seven years, who was also his wife allegedly, the day his car exploded, leaving him allegedly dead.
I had to make a monetary written and verbal agreement to obtain the DNA and medical records. If there is nothing to hide why am I still being denied what belongs to me?