12. In the autopsy result it is shown that the patient was not vegetative and that his condition and death was due to asphyxiation because he was left with an untreated pneumonia for too long.. Heavy death of neurons new and old indicate that he suffered from lack of oxygen in the past, when he was left unsuctioned, and recently, when he died because of his compromised respiratory system due to untreated pneumonia. Also, he was moved out of the Ottawa Hospital one week prior to his death into the Montreal Jewish General. Here, they did treat and test him. After the cultures were ready (it takes four days or so for cultures to develop), it was shown that he had "ample growth of E-Coli bacteria in his lungs" just as he did all along during the 19.5 months in the Ottawa Hospital. where he was minimally treated, just enough to remain infected but to give the appearance that he was treated and then, when he was no longer treated at all it was hidden so no one would find out in the hope that perhaps so he would die "on his own". When the results came back from the blood cultures, unlike in the Ottawa Hospital, the Montreal Jewish General Hospital treated him immediately with the strongest broad spectrum antibiotic available and three days later when the autopsy was carried out, the results show that his lungs were cleared and that he had no more infected pneumonia and no bacterial growth in his lungs. Only very few remnants would show a trace of infection indicating that he had suffered from pneumonia. Hence, had he been treated from the start he would have been healed and out of the Hospital in two months instead of being tortured and dead after 19.5 months.