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Children: Inoculate, or Confiscate?

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    J.A.I.L. News Journal ____________________________________________________ Los Angeles, California June 27, 2002
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      J.A.I.L. News Journal
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      Los Angeles, California                                               June 27, 2002
       
      Children: Inoculate, or Confiscate?
      - Your Choice.

      Educrats declare war on remaining parental rights
      by Vin Suprynowicz

      On Tuesday, May 19, 1999, Jared Salisbury, 9-year-old son of Phillip Salisbury, a $40,000-a-year employee of Federal Express on Long Island, N.Y., was rushed by ambulance to St. John's Episcopal Hospital, where he died of acute peritonitis from a ruptured appendix.

      At the hospital, officials learned the Salisburys had decided not to get Jared all his childhood immunizations -- none of which would have prevented his death. The Salisburys stood accused of sending their children to the Church of God Christian Academy, and of refusing to get them their childhood immunizations, based on the father's personal beliefs that such "shots" pose more dangers than they're worth.

      (A 1985 federal report prepared for the United States Institute of Medicine concluded that if 3.6 million American children receive three pertussis vaccinations each as recommended, 22 to 36 of those infants will suffer permanent brain damage from the vaccine each year.)

      The state took the five remaining Salisbury children and placed them in foster care, despite the fact that inspectors found all the other Salisbury kids safe, happy, well-fed and well-clothed, and the house "reasonably clean." ....

      According to reporting by Cheryl Romo in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, which covers legal matters for Southern California's attorneys, little Kameron Justin Demery, aged two-and-a-half, and his twin sister Karissa appeared to be doing fine until one early morning after the Christmas holiday, 1995.

      That was when Karissa was taken to the hospital emergency room by her mom, suffering with what would later be diagnosed as bronchitis.

      The first thing hospital officials requested from their mom, Jacqueline Bishop (then 29) were the children's immunization records. But since Ms. Bishop had been persuaded by her own mother, a licensed vocational nurse, not to immunize the twins because of the very real health risks, she didn't have any immunization records.

      Within days came the late-night government raid in which the twins and their seven-year-old brother were seized from Ms. Bishop by brute force.

      The twins, Kameron and Karissa, were placed in the foster care of David and Evelyn Miller, even though the Millers had previously had all foster children in their care removed by the DCFS because of "excessive discipline." The Millers had also been decertified as care providers in February, 1995 by the Foster Family Network. But reporter Romo found the previous abuse allegations against the Millers were not reported to the DCFS hotline. They "fell through the cracks."

      On Oct. 14, 1996, little Karissa looked on as her brother Kameron, against whom she had cuddled as she fell asleep each night since she was born, was beaten to death by Evelyn Miller, his state-licensed foster care provider. Evelyn Miller is now serving a sentence of 15 years-to-life for murder.

      I've researched more than a dozen such cases in recent months, and experts tell me it's the tip of the iceberg. Florida child care workers will now take perfectly healthy children out of loving homes because they believe they're obliged to do so if a younger infant dies of crib death. ....

      The presumption in America today -- first for the poor but increasingly for all of us -- is that our children belong to the state. The state allows those children to remain "out on loan" to their natural birth parents only so long as you meet all the government's requirements: Every vaccination recommended by the major pharmaceutical firms, no matter how dangerous or statistically useless. ....


      It is frightening to realize the risks of raising children today in light of the government's "oversight" of children, particularly as it is driven by a per child placement into foster homes profit motive often ranging around $25,000 each paid for by the federal government, [sic] federal taxpayers. This means that the tax dollars you pay will go towards the stealing of another child.
       
      Passage of J.A.I.L. will end this practice in light of the challenges that will be made in the courts placing the federal government on the defensive to justify constitutionally this practice of such use of federal tax dollars. In the meantime, the money incentive to take your children from your home will continue, and nothing will change until J.A.I.L. passes.
       
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