Arizona Judges Continue to Threaten Parents and Restrict Free Speech

Family court in Arizona has threatened another family with a gag order, and forced them to contact Health Impact News asking us to take down their story, exposing what is happening in Arizona in abusing parental rights. Health Impact News and MedicalKidnap.com will not comply with this request.

Family Court Judges’ Unconstitutional Gag Orders On Parents

Since we have been publishing the stories of parents who have had their children seized by medical authorities and social service agencies over medical disputes, twice now we have had family court judges tell us, via the parents, to take down our stories because the parents were supposedly violating their gag orders. Well, there is just one problem with those gag orders and judges' orders to remove parents' stories from the media: they are unconstitutional according to some of the top legal authorities in the United States.

Medical Kidnapping Business: Judges Skirting the Law for Federal Funds

You have just had armed law enforcement officials show up at your home with CPS workers, demanding that you hand over your child. Terrified, you ask, why?? A doctor has issued a complaint of "medical abuse." Then you remember that you chose to fire your doctor and choose a new one. Not able to resist armed law enforcement, you have no choice but to watch them take your child away. You quickly call an attorney, who sets up a court appearance where you can appeal your case to a judge in family court. Unfortunately, the judge seems unwilling to listen to your reasoning, and does not return your child. Seem like a nightmare? This is a nightmare happening to hundreds of families all across America. Why is this happening? Why do 99% of cases like this brought before a judge in family court never allow the child to return home? As one attorney states: "Can they really be right that much of the time?" In this article we explain why family court judges almost never return children to their parents, with actual footage from a judge's training video on a government website, showing how federal funding received for children who become wards of the state over-ride parental rights.