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Posted on 06/19/2014 7:05:07 PM PDT by Morgana
FULL TITLE: Home at last: Justina Pelletier pictured as she leaves state custody after 16-month battle between her parents and doctors
Justina Pelletier, the Connecticut teenager 'kidnapped' by hospital staff 16 months ago, finally returned home to her family today.
The grinning 16-year-old was freed from the secure unit shed been held at after her parents dramatically won custody on Tuesday.
'Im so happy. Im so excited,' Justina said, as she celebrated her first taste of freedom.
Wheelchair-bound Justina spoke briefly outside the Thompson, Connecticut, residential unit she had been living in for the past month just after 10am.
As her mother Linda loaded up the car with her belongings, Justina said she couldnt wait to get home to see her friends, play with her beloved dogs, soak in the swimming pool and enjoy lazy mornings lolling around in bed.
And Justinas overjoyed father Lou told Mail Online: 'We are just so happy our daughter is finally coming home.
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She is finally headed home. Thank you, G-d, for reuniting her with her parents.
I suspect that before they would let her go, they demanded the family sign papers relinquishing their right to sue those responsible.
Fortunately, such duress agreements rarely stand up in court.
Ideally, along with a huge financial judgment, those responsible will have their professional medical reputations obliterated, and become so notorious that they will never work again in the US.
WOOHOO! GRRRREAT news!
Any word on the arrest and incarceration of her kidnappers?
Or perhaps they will become our overlords.
Hope she gets 10 trillion
I’ll bet her health improves as she will be in a far better mood and as such hopefully it will accelerate her recovery.
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