A medical tribunal has found that an eminent former Great Ormond Street cardiologist's fitness to practise is impaired after he was found guilty of molesting young boys.
Philipp Bonhoeffer, who was dismissed from the hospital in May 2010, was adjudged to have inappropriately touched a boy aged 10 in France in 1997.
The doctor, who was also found to have behaved in an inappropriate manner towards youngsters in Kenya, faces being struck off the medical register after the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service found him guilty of inappropriate and sexually motivated conduct.
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They say Great Ormond Street Hospital has denied their request and the baby's life-support will be switched off on Friday.
He is accused of raudulently attempting to gain money and housing by pretending he had lost family members.
The High Court made the ruling after hearing an application by the Association of British Commuters for a judicial review.