to connectVideoFamily attorney for the child who died in a fall from cruise ship, say, Royal Caribbean is giving a false story since day one
The parents of Chloe Wiegand, the Indiana toddler who fell to her death from the window of a cruise ship docked in Puerto Rico, saying that it was “physically impossible” for the debt of the grandfather of the child is to blame, and Royal Caribbean Cruises, and lying in its motion to seek the dismissal of the case. The Wiegand is the family’s attorney, Michael Winkleman, sat down with Fox News to explain it.
Attorney, Michael Winkleman, of which the Indiana family sues Royal Caribbean over the death of a child Series ” (Wiegand, who fell out of an open vessel-window in July, and it is the charge of the cruise liner has to lie about how the incident proved the progress of a recent inspection of the vessel, it proves to be.
ROYAL CARIBBEAN CLAIMS HIS GRANDFATHER KNEW THAT THE WINDOW WAS OPEN TO A TODDLER’S FATAL FALL
Winkleman said on Fox News, that explains that Chloe’s late grandfather, Salvatore Anello, who was holding the 18-month-old when she fell in his arms, while the ship was docked in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and had no idea that it was, at the time of the tragedy.
The program is claimed to be Anello, was “well aware” of the open 11th-floor window, and when he lifted Chloe up for a fall.
Now that Winkleman has been speaking out against the claims, and after conducting an inspection of the vessel, a marine safety expert, who, he says, proves that the vessel is a “false narrative.”
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“Frankly, we believe that since day one, and they have always been trying to get it to look like, and what they have said in court documents, was that, Sam could be seen walking in and leaning over the railing, off the side of the window. And that is not true. That is, it is simply factually incorrect. If you look at it, if you take the time to look at the pictures, and the reconstruction of what we have done, you will see that it is not possible,” Winkleman told Fox News.
“So, the reason why we are saying that it is physically impossible for him to do that, is that we are in fact just [tried] to do for my partner, for him to hit his head on the window,” he said. “It would have to have in order to get on his tippy toes on a railing, to where his feet were as […] more than seven inches above the ground. And that would only get his head in the glass. So to be able to go out of the window, you’d have to lean so far that you are at risk of falling. So, in essence, is that it is physically impossible to carry out. But more importantly, I think, is that it shows that it is the position that Royal Caribbean is, it is false.”
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Royal Caribbean has said that security camera footage shows the Anello leaning out of the open window, prior to Chloe’s death. The cruise liner will be asked to dismiss the case based upon the security of any of the images, and the blame Anello’s to blame for the tragedy.
However, Winkleman contends that the security footage was ‘misleading’ and makes use of two of the angles of are available to 13 cameras. The attorney has filed a motion to have both the suspension of the video-recording is submitted for Royal Caribbean, “to produce all of the video footage from all the cameras.”
In an earlier statement, shared with Fox News by Royal Caribbean, the cruise liner has called the incident a “heartbreaking tragedy”, but did not offer further comment on the motion to dismiss.
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“The death of Chloe Wiegand, it is clearly a heart-rending tragedy that led to the prosecution of Chloe’s step-grandfather, a civil lawsuit brought by the Wiegand family of lawyers. Our position in the matter will be set forth in our Motion to Dismiss, which we are required by law to do so, in response to the civil suit. The motion was filed in Federal district Court in South Florida, and has been made available to the public,” Royal Caribbean said.
Anello was charged with negligent homicide by Puerto Rico, and the officers of justice, in the month of November. The charges carries a sentence of up to three years in prison if he is found guilty.
Fox News’ Michael Bartiromo, contributed to this report.