Mom od One:
Child Protective Services can have her charged with “Felony Child Endangerment” (if she only allowed the battery or the injury) or “Felony Battery with Gross Bodily Injuries” (If she did the battery and caused the injury) on the basis of Hamid’s injuries and any evidence of whether she or someone else is the assailent. Either one permanently removes any and all children from her custody and puts her in prison for a minimum of two years.
If removal of the children is what they’re trying to accomplish, Hamid doesn’t need to die.
After reading the article, I understand neither the relationship of the mother to the father or why they couldn’t bring the father in before making such an impoartant decision. I also don’t understand why custody isn’t being given to the father.
I’m sure there are reasons for both of the two decisions, but we aren’t told them…
[quote=Mom of one]I think that child protective has an agenda here: to have mom charged with murder so she can never get her other children back or be able to have another child.
Also, the court should have waited for the father before taking the baby off the vent. He was not around when the baby was injured, he should still be allowed to have a say in what happens to his child.
The baby has only been in the hospital a short time. How do they know his injuries are “irreversible”? Babies are amazing healers-they usually recover better and faster than the adults. I used to take care of one child who was given a prognosis of 2 days to live after he was born. He’s now 6 years old and is the fiestiest rascal you’ve ever seen.
… I used to work with DD Adults who had Cerebral Palsy. I agree that someone has made the determination that Hamid’s condition is irreversible too quickly:
We have NO MRI.
We have NO PET.
We have NO 24 Hours lead of EEG.
Why the rush?
Is a severely disabled child that much of a burden?
If so, maybe we are all just that much of a burden, and the forces of death have decided they want to begin making their case for Eugenic Post-Partem Abortion! That way, they can rid the world of all severely disabled children who would be too much of a burden for the “compassionate ones” who believe that we display compassion by supporting all the right political causes, but never by cleaning the bottoms of some severaly disabled children or adults whom God has sent us to test our real compassion!
But, after that, who’s next on the “He’ll never live a normal life list?”
Remember, there are Insurance Companies and Federal and State Government Agencies who would dearly love to save money.
What’s going to happen when they figure out how much money they can save by denying care to severely ill and injured patients, instead of paying for their care?
What’s keeping them from doing that if some judge decides to allow the state officials to pull the feeding tude from Hamid and children in similar situations?
Blessed are they who defend the Defenseless and the Innocent, Michael