Medina County Texas Sheriff Randy Brown had some harsh criticisms of Texas Child Protection Services (CPS) this past week after they arrested a 58-year old man for sexually abusing 5 former foster care children. The man, Miguel Briseno, had at various times taken care of up to 12 girls at one time, and a total of 180 girls had passed through his care. Sheriff Brown told the San Antonio Express: "It's not a question about whether there are more, it's just about how many." "Those girls were taken from some environment and then you have some jackass like him abusing these girls that already have troubles," Brown said. "I'm aggravated at the whole system. I'm aggravated at the company that placed these girls. It was a money-making deal, the way they were running those girls through there like livestock. It wasn't about making a better world for them. They were making a profit off them."
Grandparents Fight State of Kansas Over Attempted Forced Vaccination of Grandson Residing in Their Home
The war against parents who choose not to vaccinate their children, or to not follow the CDC vaccine schedule which requires more vaccines for children in the U.S. than any other developed nation of the world, rages on all across America. Citizens of the United States are waking up and recognizing that with no legal accountability for pharmaceutical companies to produce safe vaccines in the U.S., unlike most other countries of the world where one can sue a vaccine manufacturer for damages resulting from their vaccine products, the proliferation of vaccines and their known side effects carries tremendous risk of injury and even death. Parents and physicians in the U.S. are increasingly standing up for their rights to choose medical procedures for their children and resisting coercion by government agencies who seek to mandate vaccines even against the desires of parents and sometimes their physicians as well. In Johnson County, Kansas, one 2-year old little boy has been taken away from his mother and placed in foster care with his grandparents. The young boy was born with a serious heart defect, and has never been vaccinated. The mother and the grandparents, for both health and religious reasons, have utilized Kansas' legal vaccine exemption laws to prevent the young boy from being vaccinated. But since the child has been removed from his mother and placed into the temporary custody of the state of Kansas, the state is now trying to force the child to be vaccinated against the wishes of both his mother and grandparents, even while he continues to live under the care of his grandparents.
Last month (September 2017) we published the story about Jaelah Sue from Indiana, and the struggle her parents were having with CPS and Riley Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis over her medical care. Jaelah Sue was diagnosed with epilepsy at Riley Children’s Hospital, and her parents had great success in allegedly reducing her seizures from 50+ a day to 2-4 a day using CBD Oil (also known as “Charlotte’s Web Hemp Oil”). CBD Oil is made from hemp (not marijuana), which is not psycho-active (produces a "high") and is legal in all 50 states. Doctors from Riley Children’s Hospital allegedly did not approve of the parents' use of CBD Oil, and allegedly told the parents they were "killing their daughter" and reported them to CPS for medical neglect. CPS then forced the family to put Jaelah on a dangerous drug that gave her a negative reaction. Indiana for Medical Freedom, a group that has advocated for the Jerger family, has reported that CPS has closed the case, due to refuted evidence.
Multnomah County Oregon Circuit Court Judge Susan M. Svetkey recently ordered Trisha Delaurent of Vancouver, Washington, to take down a website and Facebook page that chronicled her struggles with Oregon CPS to get her children back. Trisha was charged with "medical neglect" of her oldest son, Max, who is 15. Oregon CPS not only removed Max from her custody, but also his 3 siblings, including a newborn baby just 12 days after he was born. The website chronicling the family's struggles is injusticeoregon.com, which has since been taken over by other interested parties, so that Trisha no longer has control over the website. The website was ordered to be taken down by Oct. 2nd, but is still up at the time of publication. The Facebook page for injusticeoregon has apparently been removed. Delaurent’s motivation to develop a website was to publish her family’s story. It was born out of her frustration which stemmed from what she believed to be a biased investigation on the part of Oregon CPS. Medical abuse cases typically involve parents who fail or neglect to seek medical attention for their children, especially those children who have life threatening ailments. Delaurent has done the exact opposite. Delaurent has sought out medical treatment for her children and accepted the medical advice given by her doctors. She has made certain that doctor’s orders were followed. Then why has Delaurent been accused of medical child abuse?
Since starting the Medical Kidnapping division of our Health Impact News network, we have covered many angles to the medical kidnapping issue, explaining why children are routinely taken away from families where they are loved, and put into a multi-billion dollar foster care and adoption system that is best described as "child trafficking." One of the reasons children are taken away from their families and put into foster care is, sadly, for sex trafficking to pedophiles. In a 2015 interview with filmmaker Sean Stone, Tammi Stefano of the National Safe Child show reported that the Los Angeles Times published the fact that there were 1000 “convicted sex offenders” that had been given a “green light” by CPS to become “approved foster parents” just in Los Angeles County. She went on to state that the child trafficking industry, or human trafficking industry right now, makes more money than the illegal drug trade, and illegal arms trade, combined. Netflix is apparently airing a new show that attempts to normalize sexual behavior that encourages pedophilia. It is a new original animated show named "Big Mouth," and the outrage over the openly pornographic nature and clear references to pedophilia has shocked many. We don't need shows normalizing pedophilia and helping to perpetuate this very evil and dark section of our society. I cancelled my Netflix subscription today, and I encourage you to do the same thing.
Medical Tyranny: Indiana Hospital and CPS Force Parents to Give Toddler Dangerous Drug After Seeking Second Opinion
An Evansville, Indiana couple has had the medical care of their toddler taken over by Riley Children's Hospital in Indianapolis, and Indiana Child Protective Services (CPS). Jade and Lehla Jerger, parents of Jaelah Jerger, sought answers for more than 8 months for their daughter's "uncontrollable jerk of her body." When a neurologist at Riley Children's Hospital diagnosed her with epilepsy, they began to research the best treatments for their daughter. A Chiropractic Neurologist began treating Jaelah with CBD oil (also known as "Charlotte's Web Hemp Oil"), and reportedly at the lowest dosage they saw a reduction in seizures from 50+ a day to 2-4 a day. CBD oil is derived from industrial hemp, and is not psycho-active due to almost no THC (the chemical that makes one "high"). It was made famous through national TV exposure from Dr. Gupta Sanjay’s CNN documentary “Weed,” featuring a young girl’s struggle with a life threatening type of chronic epilepsy called Dravet’s syndrome. However, doctors at Riley Children's Hospital disagreed with the treatment of CBD oil, allegedly telling the parents they were "killing" their daughter by not giving her the pharmaceutical drug Keppra. The parents sought a second opinion from another pediatric neurologist who told them to continue with the CBD oil, but doctors from Riley allegedly reported the parents to CPS, and now the parents are being forced to give their daughter a drug that gives her serious side effects, or have their daughter taken away from them.
Pennsylvania Civil Rights Attorney Medically Kidnapped for “Mental Health” Evaluation – Whereabouts Unknown
Andy Ostrowski was kidnapped by law enforcement from his home in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania this week while live-streaming on Facebook. Police entered his home without knocking, carrying tasers and clubs, claimed they had a warrant (which they apparently never showed to him) to take him in for a "mental health evaluation," and proceeded to turn off his computer and remove him from his home by force. His current whereabouts is unknown at the time of publication. Mr. Ostrowski is a former Civil Rights attorney, past candidate for U.S. Congress, author, radio show host, and judicial reform activist. Ostrowski exposes judicial corruption, something we have covered extensively at Health Impact News, particularly on our MedicalKidnap.com website. Earlier this year, Ostrowski filed a federal lawsuit in Pennsylvania, naming the “American System of Justice” as a Defendant, along with the Federal Reserve, the Rothschilds, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, and others who are alleged to have compromised our access to justice, and the loss of basic rights and protections. The kids for cash, Penn State/Sandusky, and porngate email scandals are cited as examples of these influences. Mr. Ostrowski believes they are using the veil of "mental health" to attack him, since they cannot fight him in the legal system. The public needs to demand to know where Mr. Ostrowski is located, and ask for his immediate release!
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Oregon's child welfare agency has agreed to pay $7 million to settle a lawsuit filed on behalf of two children who were nearly starved to death by foster parents the state approved for them. The Yamhill County foster parents who for years withheld food from the two preschoolers and subjected them to other abuse, John and Danielle Yates, are each serving 2 ½ years in prison. According to the lawsuit, caseworkers and their supervisors ignored complaints and obvious problems during the 2 1/2 years the children lived with the couple. A state review of the case found that a caseworker saw the emaciated children less than a month before doctors at Randall Children's Hospital determined they suffered from chronic starvation. But the caseworker did nothing. At Randall, the lawsuit says, doctors found the children resembled victims of a famine: their ribs visible, their bellies protruding and their brain development severely affected.
Nearly a year after a judge overturned the murder conviction of a former suburban day care worker accused of killing a newborn in her care, the woman is suing investigators for allegedly withholding evidence and fabricating scientific findings, according to court documents. Jennifer Del Prete, 46, spent nearly a decade in prison after she was found guilty of first-degree murder in the 2003 death of 14-month-old Isabella Zielinski. Authorities accused Del Prete of shaking the 4-month-old at the day care where Del Prete served as a caretaker. The baby died about 10 months later. During her trial, a state medical expert testified that Isabella's injuries could have been inflicted only on the day she became unresponsive, ignoring evidence that the baby had suffered an unexplained brain injury days earlier. A Freedom of Information request filed by journalism students at Northwestern University's Medill Justice Project uncovered a memo written by the lead Romeoville detective who worried that the pathologist who conducted the autopsy did not agree with the shaken baby syndrome theory.