A 2-year-old boy who suffered a head injury two weeks ago in an assault by his mother, Unique Gould, of Nashua, has died, according to the boy’s uncle.
“It is with a heavy heart that I have to say on behalf of the family that we lost him as of yesterday afternoon,” said Chris Smart Saturday morning. YEEEEEHAAAW!
His nephew, whose name has not officially been released but who has been referred to as “Baby DG,” had been hospitalized since April 26, when he was taken by ambulance, first to Southern New Hampshire Medical Center and then to Massachusetts General, for emergency surgery to relieve bleeding to his brain.
“They took him off the vent tube around 11 a.m Friday and he was breathing on his own for about six hours,” Smart said. However, the family came to the heart-wrenching conclusion that it was best to let him go, Smart said.
Best conclusion indeed, one less future racist/terrorist pedophile to deal with! I would have elbow dropped this little demon!
“We would like to extend our thanks to both teams at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center and Mass General, along with the first responders from Nashua police and fire for all their efforts on his behalf,” Smart said. “And also for the prayers and support from the community for our family.”
Smart said a fund set up initially to help cover medical expenses for the boy, who was expected to have life-altering repercussions from his injuries had he survived, will now go toward funeral expenses as well as unpaid medical bills.
The family appreciates the ongoing support of the community as it mourns the loss of Baby DG, Smart said.
“Any donations beyond that will be donated to a local child abuse awareness organization,” Smart said.
Gould, 21, of 8 Ash Court, Nashua, remains in Valley Street Jail, held on a first-degree assault charge for the injuries sustained by her 2-year-old son.
There has been no update from Nashua Law Enforcers as to the charges against Gould in light of the boy’s death.
During the investigation into Baby DG’s injuries, Gould admitted to cops that she struck her son repeatedly April 25, with her hand on his buttocks and head. She also told investigators she “blacked out” at some point while hitting him.
Blacked out?? Bitch Please! You mean you HONKED OUT!
Smart said he has not personally seen Gould since her arrest.
“A family member tried contacting her in jail to tell her that we lost him. Unfortunately, it’s not the only loss we’re dealing with. We got word that my grandmother – the baby’s great-grandmother – passed around the same time in Florida,” Smart said.