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    Default Armed agents kidnap child - mother using holistic treatments instead of pharma drugs

    Maryanne Godboldo of Detroit, Mich., recently learned the hard way that freedom of choice in medicine is no longer tolerated by the medical mafia in the supposed "land of the free." Recently, armed officers from the Special Response Team (SRT) of the Detroit Police Department (DPD), at the command of Child Protective Services (CPS), unlawfully kicked down the door of Godboldo's home and kidnapped her 13-year-old child. Her crime? Maryanne chose to follow the lead of a doctor's recommendation to take her daughter off a pharmaceutical drug treatment recommendation for psychosis that was worsening the child's symptoms, and instead chose to use natural remedies to treat the condition.


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    OMG whats next burning at the stake .....

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    Quote Posted by Thefrenzy1978 (here)
    OMG whats next burning at the stake .....
    Isn't that how they treat heretics?

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    I am bumping this thread as it shows that this is not a new issue. When families are in danger and those who advocate for them are silenced THEN......

    Quote Why a Brentwood attorney representing a mother against DCS was indicted
    Elaina Sauber, Nashville Tennessean Published 7:00 a.m. CT July 19, 2019

    A Brentwood attorney was indicted this week for allegedly interfering with the Tennessee Department of Children's Services after she allowed a client and her child to stay at her home last year.

    Family law attorney Connie Reguli allowed her client, Wendy Hancock, and her daughter to stay at Reguli's home in Brentwood last year after she says the Department of Children's Services tried to take custody of Hancock's daughter in DeKalb County.

    Reguli says the department filed an ex parte petition to remove Hancock's daughter from her custody last August, alleging Hancock was dealing drugs and physically abusing her children.

    Reguli, who says she made several attempts to speak with DCS case workers prior to that order, told her client she and her daughter could stay at Reguli's home until they scheduled a court hearing to address the order.

    That led the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to issue an endangered child alert after the 12-year-old girl went missing, and she was found in Brentwood the next day.

    "I said, 'Just come on to Nashville, I'm gonna try to get us a court date,'" Reguli said. "I take the position there were total due process violations and jurisdictional violations. There were so many screw ups in this case."

    When police arrived to Reguli's home, the girl was found to be "well taken care of," according to a Brentwood police report.

    After Hancock's children were taken in DCS custody, they were placed into foster care for 10 months, and were returned to Hancock last month, according to Reguli. She said DCS' investigation into the allegations of abuse and neglect were found to be unsubstantiated and dropped.

    Last week, a Williamson County grand jury indicted the two women.

    Reguli was indicted on one count of facilitation of custodial interference, a Class A misdemeanor, and two counts of accessory after the fact, a Class E felony. She was released the same day on her own recognizance.

    Quote Attorney Arrested in Tennessee Refuses to be Gagged – How One Woman Dares to Take a Stand Against Child Kidnappings by CPS
    Posted By Admin On July 21, 2019 by Brian Shilhavy
    Editor, Health Impact News

    They arrested a 67-year-old grandmother who has been practicing law for 25 years and advocating for the rights of families, fully intending to intimidate her and silence her, as she exposes the corruption in Tennessee family courts where parents are denied due process of law in the seizure of their children.

    What has happened instead, is that Tennessee’s corrupt Department of Children Services (DCS) has given attorney Connie Reguli a national platform she did not previously have, to expose the abuses happening not only in Tennessee, but all across America in child welfare proceedings, which we have exposed here at Health Impact News over the years as a U.S. taxpayer-funded child trafficking business [1].

    This child trafficking business uses foster care as the #1 pipeline for feeding children into sex trafficking [2], and also uses children in foster care for drug trials [3] to develop and market new pediatric drugs and vaccines, as two of the more unsavory reasons why a steady supply of children are needed in the nation’s foster care and adoption system.

    The system in place, the American foster care and adoption system, is legal, as it was setup by Congress. It needs to be de-funded and dismantled, which is no easy task given that the system employs hundreds of thousands of people, and brings in billions of dollars of revenue to the states. Each state has a quota of how many children must be put into foster care to receive federal funding, and keep the system alive.

    The process of how children are taken out of their families and put into the system, however, is seldom, if ever, legal. And this is the part of the system Attorney Reguli is exposing in Tennessee. It is a system that kidnaps children, and trafficks them.

    Time to Take a Stand for the Constitution
    There is plenty of case law that already exists showing that social workers, law enforcement, and judges in family courts all across the U.S. routinely violate the Constitutional rights of parent and children in the vast majority of cases when children are taken away from their parents by Child Protective Services and put into foster care and adopted.

    In Texas, for example, which has one of the nation’s largest child protection and foster care systems, district judge Janis Graham Jack ruled against the State of Texas [4] in December of 2015 stating that the Texas foster care system was unconstitutional. In her 255 page ruling, Judge Jack stated:

    Texas’s PMC (Permanent Managing Conservatorship) children have been shuttled throughout a system where rape, abuse, psychotropic medication, and instability are the norm. (See: Judge Condemns Texas Foster Care System that Abuses Children as Unconstitutional [5].)

    In the most recent legislative session (2019) in Texas, a law was proposed to prevent social workers from altering case records, so widespread is the practice of falsifying records in order to justify removing children from their homes. (See: New Proposed Texas Bill would Stop Child Protective Services from Falsifying Records [6].)

    In October 2016, Child Protective Services attorneys in Orange County California tried to argue to the 9th Circuit of Appeals that it was acceptable for social workers to lie about parents in order to take their children.

    The 9th Circuit judges did not buy the argument, and ruled against the social worker. (See: Judges Reject Claim That Social Workers Didn’t Know Lying In Court to Remove Children Was Wrong [6].)

    Nationwide, less than 15% of children removed from their homes are removed because of abuse, where their lives are in danger. And even among those 15%, which is even lower in some states, many of those cases are never substantiated, even though the children may never be returned to their families.

    Because so many of these families are poor, few ever get proper legal representation such as the kind that Attorney Reguli provides to her clients.

    A recent large-scale study [7] showed that when parents have proper legal representation, far fewer of them lose their children to the child welfare system. (See: Parents Routinely Denied Legal Representation in Child Abuse Cases: More Likely to Have Children Medically Kidnapped by the State [8].)

    Think about the ramifications of that for a minute. It means that most of these parents have done nothing illegal to warrant them having their children ripped out of their families and put into the homes of strangers, where statistics show they have a greater chance of suffering from sexual abuse and medical neglect than if they had remained with their families, even if those families had problems.

    It also means the system is corrupt, probably due to the financial incentives to remove children from their homes and put them into the foster care and adoption system, and uses unconstitutional means to keep the system viable, such as denying parents their constitutional rights such as the right to representation, and due process of the law.

    But the system is also powerful, and there are few who dare to stand up to it, risking not only their careers, but potentially their very lives as well.

    Attorney Connie Reguli has done the nation a huge favor by exposing the rationale behind her criminal charges, and presenting her case publicly. She is doing all the “wrong” things for all the right reasons.

    Any attorney would advise their client not to “tip their hand” by laying out their legal argument ahead of time, giving their opponent an opportunity to prepare their case against their legal strategy, especially in a public forum.

    If you watch her video below, you will get a great overview of Constitutional law and how the current child welfare system operates almost entirely outside the boundaries of the U.S. Constitution.

    Attorney Reguli is putting her own personal freedom and safety aside to use this opportunity to educate the American public on the nationwide failures of a system ripping families apart and destroying the lives of America’s children.

    I am sure she is not unaware of the case just to the south of her, where Arkansas Senator Linda Collins-Smith was found murdered [9] in her home recently, cutting short her efforts to investigate abuses in the Child Welfare system.

    Reguli wants the nation to know why, for perhaps the first time in the U.S., a family law attorney was arrested and charged with criminal charges while representing her client in a family law matter.

    They may have intended to silence her, but the bucket of water they thought was going to douse the flames of her resistance turned out instead to be a bucket of gasoline that just fueled her resistance even more.

    Just a couple of days after her arrest, she went to the public once again during a Facebook Live broadcast [10] to present her case, and the abuses that are ripping families apart.

    And these videos are not going away. They have been copied far and wide, and any attempt by the social media giants to censor this will fail.

    We encourage our readers the copy them as well, because it is time for America to wake up and listen to what this attorney is saying regarding the sad affairs of child welfare today, and the gross abuses of the U.S. Constitution. As the late Georgia Senator Nancy Schaefer [11] said before she was murdered, the system is too corrupt to reform.

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    Default Re: Armed agents kidnap child - mother using holistic treatments instead of pharma drugs

    Well, just to update the op story, I googled it and found this:

    Quote Mom who fought authorities over daughter’s meds dies
    The Detroit News Published 11:50 a.m. ET Oct. 13, 2017

    Maryanne Godboldo, the Detroit mom who became the symbol of a parent’s right to refuse prescription medication and other medical treatment they deem unsafe or unnecessary, has died, her attorney’s office said Friday.

    Godboldo, 63, was involved in a five-year court battle stemming from criminal charges leveled against her for refusing to give her disabled daughter anti-psychotic drugs. She was involved in a police standoff when she defied social service authorities who wanted to give her special-needs daughter a psychiatric drug.

    Can't imagine the stress of her legal battle, but wouldn't be surprised at all that it contributed to her death, may she RIP.

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    Default Re: Armed agents kidnap child - mother using holistic treatments instead of pharma drugs

    Same in Canada. There is no government oversight - they are untouchable to a certain degree. If you do not have the money to beat them in court then they will do what they please.

    All government bodies are afraid to attempt to take a stand against them. It can be difficult to get a lawyer to fight them.

    Although their money comes from the government, it is not clear who they answer to.

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