The latest in the saga is Jahi's family's response to the demurrers by the hospital and Dr. Frederick Rosen. The demurrers, in case you missed them, were the hospital's and Dr. Rosen's challenges of the legal sufficiency of Nailah Winkfield's case against them. On July 17th, Nailah Winkfield's lawyer Bruce Brusavich (love that name, by the way) filed his response to their response (thanks to Professor Thaddeus Pope for posting the documents). The way the US legal system seems to work, I expect that there will be responses to the responses to the responses, then responses to those responses, and then even more responses, and eventually the whole system will collapse under the weight of 81 million tonnes of paper.
But I digress again.
I've reviewed Brusavich's response, and a few things stood out immediately.
It seems Brusavich is taking a note from Dr. Paul Byrne's notebook and is now putting "brain dead" in quotations. Furthermore, and even more surprising, he is continuing to claim that Jahi is "very much alive". The rationale for this opinion is elucidated a little further on: