Darrell Miller's elderly mother was taken from her home and family in a heartbreaking chain of events initiated by Adult Protective Services. Even today, the Duncanville, Texas man struggles to understand and to communicate the horrors that his mother experienced as a victim of elder kidnapping and abuse. Although he fought well, his pleas went unanswered by the courts and police. He writes: "They are corrupt. They wanted me to lose it so they could kill me or imprison me. (I sound like I'm crazy, but I think we both(all) know I'm supposed to sound crazy.) My mom was kidnapped, tortured ... by APS (Adult Protective Services). This was done to cover up medical malpractice and place the blame for their abuse as 'neglect' on Charlton Methodist Hospital and myself (when it was APS who was at fault). They killed my Mom, and now they're trying to blame it on me and Methodist."
Nate Tseglin was born on November 5, 1989 to Ilya and Riva Tsleglin. The parents, now residents of California, are originally from the former Soviet Union. They have a younger son Robert as well. Nate was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at age 14. He was first taken away from his parents by the State of California on January 12, 2007 at age 17 when a teacher reported his parents to the Child Protective Services (CPS) because Nate was scratching himself on the arms. His family has been fighting for him to be home, and to be cared for at home, ever since. He is currently being detained by the State of California against his own will, and also the will of his family. Nate is now an adult. He is allegedly being forced to take drugs his family does not approve, and is kept locked up like a prisoner. The Tseglin family would like the public to know their story of medical kidnapping happening in California. They do not believe that having a disability such as Asperger's Syndrome gives the State a right to kidnap their son.
Bret Bohn's family wants the public to know that it is not just children who are being medically kidnapped, being used as medical research lab rats, forced to take drugs, and being kept isolated their families. They say it happened to their son, too. He was 26 years old at the time. What began simply enough ended up in a 8 month long nightmare. Bret's mother Lorraine Phillips told Health Impact News that it was "medical torture" and a "horrific abuse of Government corruption and power."