Medical Kidnapping: Is Your Child the Next Justina?

A new video out yesterday from Michelle Malkin does an excellent job documenting the tragic saga of Justina Pelletier.  Many of us participated in the massive public effort to return this young girl to her family in 2014 after she had been effectively kidnapped by MA Department of Children and Families and Boston Children’s Hospital.  We were glad to see in this video that Justina is doing better now that she is back home, but it is clear that she carries lasting scars from the 14 months of abuse she suffered as part of what doctors described as a “parentectomy.”

We are grateful for the phenomenal job Michelle has done capturing this troubling story on film.  Our hope is that it will further raise awareness of the dangers that presumptuous bureaucracies pose to the integrity of families here in MA.

Finally, we are delighted to announce that Michelle Malkin will be our 2018 Banquet speaker!  You can mark your calendars now for October 12, 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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