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Land quietly. Land quietly.” Then another desperate plea: “They are beating the passengers. They are threatening to kill the passengers. Mum’s heartbreak as friends and strangers tell her she should let her four year old son dieLeo has been very ill for two years and his mum and dad are fighting to keep him alive Share Comments15:12, 30 DEC 2016Updated15:49, 9 JAN 2017Leo (right) pictured with dad Jorge, sister Sofia and mum Karen (Photo: Karen Keefe) Share CommentsGet daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThey are the words no parent would ever want to hear about their baby boy: “You’re going to lose him. He’s not going to win. Just let him go.”But one couple has been told this not only once, but on several occasions by friends and strangers alike.British mum Karen Keefe, 35, who lives in Spain with her two children Leo and Sofia, told Mirror Online how the devastating remarks have been made about her four year old jerseysKaren described how Leo was “a normal two year old although very clumsy” until he started vomiting and was tired all the time.After many trips to the hospital, where several doctors told Karen and husband Jorge, 39, that Leo just had a virus or wasn’t moving his arm because he was lazy a 9.5cm brain tumour was discovered and operated on.Six weeks after the surgery, doctors found another, smaller tumour and his journey since has been anything but smooth.Now the parents are facing devastating “advice” from friends and strangers that they should let their son die.Karen said: “Last year a close family friend made comments to my mother about letting Leo go, as he was a real typical boy and it wasn’t fair on him to put him through all this pain when he could never be the boy he is supposed to be.”This same person also commented to my husband a month ago that: ‘You know he will never be a famous footballer and you know he will never live a normal life.'”Last week someone said to my husband: ‘How long are you going to do this for? What if it comes back again? You should let him go.'”My husband was lost for words.

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