children. My beautiful baby boy was taken from me avoidably too soon and if the tragic loss of hislife can save another in a similar position, his death will not be completely in vain. The truth needsto be heard. Nathan was only 16 years old when his life was cut short by a stab wound to the heart. He was inthe care of Graham McLeish, now known as Mark McLennan.THIS MAN IS RESPONSIBLE FOR NATHANS DEATH AND CHARGES NEED TO BELAYED.These are the findings of the Coronial Inquest into Nathans death. Case No: 1134/05‘222. It is from this point on that the evidence Mr. McLeish’s contribution to Nathan’s death becomes more overwhelming. The evidence is that Mr. McLeish sought medical assistance for Nathan in the immediate wake of the injury. However, the evidence also is his failure to tell the truehistory of Nathan’s injury to the hospital misled the medical investigations. The evidence is that theaccurate history of would have caused a different medical response and may well have resulted inthe true extent of Nathan’s injury being discovered on his first presentation.’?. The evidence is that Nathan’s prospects of survival from that injury with appropriate diagnosisand timely treatment were not in question. Mr. McLeish, despite his own views about what thehospital needed to know was told by his own friend whose counsel he sought early that morningthat he should tell the truth. Throughout the day he made several calls seeking medical advice. Itwas all the same advice. Advice that he should return Nathan to the hospital and have him reassessed. Advice he did not take at any point up until it was too late. Even after Nathan lapsed intounconsciousness Mr. McLeish did not tell the truth to the treating paramedics or doctors’‘225. I conclude from the weight of the evidence that had Nathan been returned to the hospitalearlier in the day, even in the wake of the call McLeish made at about 2pm and then given a truth of the mechanism of Nathan’s injury Nathan’s prospects of a correct diagnosis and appropriatetreatment and therefore survival would have been reasonable.?. …In my view Graham McLeish’s failure to give a true account to the hospital of Nathan’smechanism of injury, compounded by his failure to return Nathan to the hospital in circumstanceswhere his condition remained unimproved and he was sufficiently worried to be calling for adviceand receiving advice to return Nathan to the hospital contributed to Nathan’s death’ .WHY HAS THIS MAN, 4 YEARS AFTER NATHAN DIED, STILL NOT BEEN HELDACCOUNTABLE IN A COURT OF LAW FOR THE DEATH OF MY SON?BACKGROUND INFORMATION AND NATHAN'S FINAL DAYSGrahame McLeish, who was nominated as being adequate by the department of HUMANSERVICES DANDENONG, had taken Nathan to hospital on the 31st of March, 2005 with a woundto his chest and wounds to his wrist SAYING that Nathan had been running while wearing socks toturn up his stereo and had slipped and fallen into a Louvre window which broke and that is how Nathan sustained his injuries. THAT was proven in the Coronial Inquest TO BE A LIE. Nathan was driven to the hospital by Graham McLeish who did not call an ambulance. Nathan was taken in via wheelchair, described as being pale, very distressed, gagging and vomitingviolently and wretched.McLeish told medical staff he was Nathan’s stepfather. THAT IS A LIE.