In what appears to be an alarming trend, a three-month-old baby girl was seized by Child Protective Services and UMC Children’s Hospital in Lubbock, Texas, over a medical disagreement. It has now been three weeks since her devastated mother has been able to see and hold her baby. The once happy baby Kathyrn was despondent when her mom last saw her, because, at the core of their being, babies NEED their mothers. There is a grassroots effort that has begun to help push back against the system and hopefully #BringKatHome.
Kathryn Hughes was born via an emergency c-section, and there were complications. According to Health Impact News, she was born on June 9, 2014, with a rare genetic condition, called Pierre Robin Sequence, which typically includes a cleft soft palate.
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Increasingly, there seems to be a pattern of connections of children being abducted by hospitals with connections to genetic research studies, in collusion with CPS, such as the story of Justina Pelletier with mitochondrial disorder, taken by Boston Children’s Hospital, and the two Deigel sisters, as recently reported by the PolitiChicks, at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. A number of similar cases are now coming to light as well.
During a hospital stay at UMC Children’s Hospital, on September 21, CPS and the hospital seized custody of baby Kathryn over a medical accusation which Lorie and her family say is simply not true.
For the first whole week after the medical kidnapping, the family was not permitted to see her, and since that time, they have only had one other visit. That was three weeks ago. For an infant, it might as well be forever.
Read more about the story at http://www.inquisitr.com/?p=1562840.