High Court judge Mrs Justice Jefford sentenced Smith to five years and two months for Charlie
's manslaughter, with a consecutive twoyear term for threatening to petrolbomb the home of a witness, and a further four months for driving while disqualified.
"I can't describe what Charlie
means to us all, he's so precious, so beautiful and so brave and deserves a chance at life."
It's also important to remember that the doctors and nurses at the hospital where Charlie
was cared for are also good and loving people.
The Pope, who had shown his support for Charlie
's parents during their lengthy legal battle to get him treatment abroad, tweeted: "I entrust little Charlie
to the Father and pray for his parents and all those who loved him."
Ms Yates and Charlie
's father Chris Gard had wanted to take their severely ill son to the US for treatment.
The judge says doctors can stop providing life-support treatment shortly after Charlie
arrives at the hospice.
Lawyers representing the hospital told Mr Justice Francis that the "clinical picture" six months ago had shown irreversible damage to Charlie
His parents have raised PS1.3million through crowdfunding to take Charlie
to the United States of America.
Since the announcement of Charlie
's untimely passing, fellow celebrities have rushed to social media to pay their respects to Charlie
'We've got a month of this.' Charlie
watched Beth twirl the umbrella in her drink between her fingers.
couldn't safely climb into a treestand, Compton placed some strategically placed ground blinds prior to our hunt.
, a young boy with a vivid imagination, finds himself searching for his dog in New York City, an effort that combines reality with fantasy, and often blurs the line between them.