SageBrush wrote:I wonder if he'll [Kelley] have to stay in Japan to have his surgery done
Since the surgery is elective, Kelley should rot in jail like his buddy. Certainly post-op should be in jail.
His wife in the video at https://www.autonews.com/executives/ren ... eo-defense says
DK: Right now, our family’s main concern is Greg’s health. Greg has been diagnosed with spinal stenosis and was to have surgery on December 7th in Nashville. Greg’s symptoms include numbness, tingling and shooting pains in his extremities.
DK: Greg was able to get word to us through his attorney in Japan that his condition is deteriorating. There has been an increase in the numbness, tingling and shooting pains. His symptoms are exasperated by sleeping on a futon on the floor of his detention cell.
DK: For over two weeks Greg was without the pillow he uses to support his neck while sleeping. We were told by his doctor that if he did not have the surgery within two months these symptoms could become permanent.
There's more regarding her providing medical records to Tokyo Detention Center and a doctor in Japan she'd like to have examine Kelly.