Should Loving Parents Be Arrested for Refusing to Drug Their Children?

Question by Gandhi: Should loving Parents be arrested for refusing to drug their Children?
Maryanne Godboldo of Detroit, Michigan, 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, officers armed to the teeth from the Special Response Team of the Detroit Police Department, at the command of Child Protective Services, unlawfully kicked down the door of Godboldo’s home and kidnapped her 13-year-old child.

What was 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.

It all started back in 2009 when Maryanne’s previously-homeschooled daughter went in for a series of routine vaccinations in order to be enrolled in middle school. Shortly after receiving the shots, the child began to have severe adverse reactions that included “acting out of character, being irritated, having facial grimaces,” and other behavioral problems that Maryanne’s mother says she had never had before, and all of which emerged immediately after the vaccines were administered.

Now I ask you;
“What would ANY loving Parent do in these circumstances?”

Maryanne voluntarily decided to take her daughter to The Children’s Center, a group that claims to “enhance the emotional well being of infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their families,” in order to get some treatment ideas.
The Children’s Center prescribed Maryanne’s daughter some very dangerous psychotropic drugs that eventually ended up only only making the symptoms worse.

Maryanne then consulted with an outside physician who recommended that she stop giving the drugs to her child, and instead pursue other options. Maryanne agreed and began to use natural methods instead; and as a result, her child’s overall health and well-being improved significantly.

She was delighted.

But CPS demanded that Maryanne either resume the treatment of surrender her child to them. She refused this offer, of course, since it is both illegal and unconstitutional.
But eventually CPS succeeded in getting the muscle and guns behind an outrageous scheme to actually go and abduct Maryanne’s child from her home.

A fully armed SWAT-style team arrived at Maryanne’s house days after the initial warning.
Agents busted down Maryanne’s door, and proceeded to pursue capturing her child; and they actually brought a tank to the house as part of their operation, as well as full protective gear and large assault weapons.

Do Americans wish this kind of behavour to continue in the ‘Land of the Free’?

All thoughts welcome.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Justice-for-Maryanne-Godboldo/178678602179610

http://justice4maryanne.bbnow.org/events.php

http://www.freep.com/article/20110406/NEWS01/104060365/Detroit-mom-standoff-puts-spotlight-medical-care-kids?odyssey=mod|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p

http://www.mlive.com/news/detroit/index.ssf/2011/03/was_a_detroit_mother_right_to.html

Best answer:

Answer by Sway
That is messed up. At first I thought you were going to bring up another one of those cases where they are refusing cancer treatment or something, but this is ridiculous.

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