Without further information, JP
there is NO evidence that the fetuses died in 'their care'........their primary concern is the MOTHER's life and that is where the concentration and priority would lie for ANY hospital. I would suggest that they spent so much time trying to rescucitate HER that the unborn were secondary. By the time they were forced to give up, the fetuses were no longer viable probably due to lack of oxygen and/or blood flow. Since we don't know what the original arguments were in the case, we only know what the FINAL argument was and that the attorneys relied on STATE law.