Australian Father Adam Koessler, who was legally forced to stay away from his terminally ill daughter after successfully treating her with cannabis oil, has finally been allowed to visit her in hospital.
He was arrested earlier this month and bailed on the condition he didn’t see his sick daughter.
According to Koesslers Facebook page, officers were called but allowed him to see his little girl.
Koessler’s daugher, 2 year old Rumer Rose is suffering from a stage 4 cancer and Kosseler had decided to find and use medical grade cannabis to help her recovery.
He has spoken of his daughter’s “miraculous recovery” after giving her the banned substance and also claims her condition has deteriorated since she was forced off the oil.
Koessler still faces criminal charges for supplying drugs to a person under 16 and possessing dangerous drugs.
More than 140.000 have signed a petition calling for the Australian Dad to be legally allowed to see his daughter.
The Peteition calls on Queensland premier Campbell Newman and justice minister Jarrod Bleijie to intervene, saying “it is inhumane and unjust to keep a parent, who acted out of love for his child [and] wanting to prolong her life, away from her during such severe illness”.
Supporters of Adam Koessler, gathered together in Melbourne on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 and marched from Flinders Street Station to Melbourne Magistrates Court. Some made speeches upon arrival at the Magistrates Court, calling for the Government to come forward with the truth about the benefits of the Hemp plant, in particular, the medical aspects with regard to Rumer Rose and others like her.
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