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˜Justina’s Law’ Introduced in Wake of Pelletier Nightmare

Matt Barber  It’s hard to determine where the tragedy begins and the travesty ends. It’s a story that has gripped and enraged a nation. It’s a sordid tale of governmental tyranny, child imprisonment and endangerment, harmful and unethical medical experimentation, as well as a number of gross conflicts of interest. This is the story of

Justina Pelletier belongs with her family, Massachusetts DCF says in legal motion

 The fate of a 16-year-old Connecticut girl at the center of a major medical custody dispute is in the hands of a Massachusetts judge, now that Bay State children’s advocates have conceded Justina Pelletier should be returned to her family. In a controversial move, Pelletier was placed in the custody of the Massachusetts Department of

Bay State Gov. Patrick dodges questions, chance to ˜Free Justina’

Raquel Okyay The governor of Massachusetts refuses to address why state agency is holding severely ailing Connecticut teen hostage for 14 months instead of sending her home to be in the care of her family and her doctors. “If Justina Pelletier dies in the state’s care, that’s on the hands of Gov. Deval L. Patrick,” said

Catholic parents beg Mass. DCF to let their hostage daughter celebrate Easter, file ˜habeas corpus’ motion

 Parents of the ailing Connecticut teen held captive by Massachusetts authorities for more than a year are pleading with the bureaucrat captors to let them celebrate Holy Week and Easter with their daughter, whose health is failing under the state’s custody. “We are in communication with the Department of Children & Families and Wayside Youth

More than year later: Bay State agency still holds sick Conn., girl, fights family

Raquel Okyay  The founder of the International family rights organization talked to Human Events about his taking on Massachusetts child protection agency and helping the Connecticut family broken apart when the agency nabbed their ailing teenage daughter for 14 months and failing to provide much-needed medical attention. “This case solely revolves around Boston Children’s Hospital disagreeing with Tufts Medical Center by