Mother Faces Down Swat Team & Tank For Promoting Children’s Rights
“A child is any human being below the age of eighteen years, unless under the law applicable to the child, majority is attained earlier.”
via Children’s rights.
The Antipsychotic drugs Detroit mother Maryanne Godboldo refused to give her daughter are extremely dangerous with 55 drug regulatory agency warnings of diabetes, seizures, mania, psychosis, hallucinations, death and 77 studies on antipsychotic induced side effects including diabetes, seizures, coma, violence, psychosis, and homicidal ideation and death. Maryanne Godboldo made international press when she faced down a Swat team and a tank after she refused to administer an antipsychotic drug which clearly could endanger her child’s life. And hers is not an isolated case. Parents have been charged with medical neglect for refusing to administer dangerous drugs to their child, despite the fact that the “mental disorders” for which the drugs are prescribed, cannot be MEDICALLY proven to exist. It is an oxymoron to charge medical neglect, without medical proof of abnormality. It is criminal to force a parent to administer drugs documented to cause life-threatening effects by drug regulatory agencies around the world.
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