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    Campaigners fighting a decision to take a paralysed man off life support have sparked controversy in France by releasing a video of him in hospital. They say it shows Vincent Lambert reacting to family members after a court ruled that his care could end. Doctors have condemned the footage, saying it does not contradict his diagnosis. Mr Lambert, 39, has been in a vegetative state for seven years. His family have been split over whether he should be kept alive. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled on Friday that the decision to stop intravenously feeding Mr Lambert did not violate European rights laws. Viviane Lambert, mother of Vincent Lambert, wipes a tear as she listens to a verdict about her son in the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, eastern France, Friday, 5 June 2015. a moving video entitled "Vincent Lambert is not at the end of his life" was published on YouTube and a conservative Catholic website. Mr Lambert is seen moving his eyes and mouth as his mother speaks to him on a mobile phone, telling him she loves him, hours after the ECHR's judgement.

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  • Vincent Lambert and France's view on the right-to-die

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