Skip to comments.Child taken from womb by social services
Posted on 11/30/2013 6:23:19 PM PST by Libloather
A pregnant woman has had her baby forcibly removed by caesarean section by social workers.
Essex social services obtained a High Court order against the woman that allowed her to be forcibly sedated and her child to be taken from her womb.
The baby girl, now 15 months old, is still in the care of social services, who are refusing to give her back to the mother, even though she claims to have made a full recovery.
(Excerpt) Read more at telegraph.co.uk ...
“(Or for the nuclear option, invade her cranium and remove any potentially troubling parts.)”
Are you claiming to have discovered the long sought “Liberal Lobe” in the Democrat brain?
Uh, there is a definite familial component to Bi Polar Affective Disorder. Significantly higher probability if a parent has it.
I beg to differ with you. The Mayo Clinic, the WebMD and many other influential organizations pronounce that genetics play a role in bipolar disorders. Google can be your friend.
I think you are right about that. They seem to have completely cracked up.
This story is really an outrage. The woman isn’t even a British Citizen. The Brit gov’t has basically assaulted her, with the risk of grave bodily harm (even death) and kidnapped her child. Do they do this stuff all the time over there?
So, It Has Begun...........
Child taken from womb by social services>>>>>>>>>>>>>
They must have seen the child across a crowded womb./S
Why not let her deliver the child naturally?
Thisnis barbaric. Next they are going to mandate abortion. Pro choice my arse.
Even Hillary is speaking of sustainable development.
Ah yes, those fabians who come out the closet doing horrible things once it is legalized, protected or empowered. Wolves in sheeps clothing is their moto.
They basically kidnapped an Italian kid... wow... welcome to the EU. This is litteraly grounds for a war.
Wow! They didn't even call a doctor?
The three million US citizens who continue safely to travel to Britain each year don't appear to share that view.
I used to think Britain was a worthwhile country, but to even islamics practice such barbarity?
I am heartbroken for the mother. A pregnant Italian woman travels to England for training with her job and suffers a panic attack. She is then taken by force to a mental hospital where they sedate her and take her baby by c section. 15 months later the child is still in the British social system. They never consulted her family or courts in Italy.
But, after the abuse of being taken from the mother and put in a system during this critical time, who knows what problems the baby will have.
I can’t help but think there is some sort of corruption going on (someone paid off for a newborn) . Perhaps it is easier to comprehend corruption than this sort of evil.
You didn’t make that baby, the State made that baby. Rip it out of her thieving body and lock her up.
Well thankfully, you are OK, because we ban people who talk crap.
Oh, and be careful when you have to dismount from your high horse after reading this:
p.s we are still a worthwhile country.
From an earlier column: she is seperated from her American husband.
“By now a new twist had entered the story. Supported by the mother, her American husband from whom she is amicably separated, and who is the father of her eldest daughter asked that the baby be sent to Los Angeles to live with his sister, herself a very capable mother, described by her US lawyer as a rock. British law is clear that wherever possible children should be adopted by members of their wider family. But in March, Essex social services ruled that this was unacceptable because, even though she was the aunt of the babys stepsister, the American woman had no blood tie to the baby. So, rather than allow the child to be looked after by her kin, she must be sent to live with complete strangers.”
Maybe Elton John wants to buy another baby.
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