Attorney denies fleeing with Daniel a...

Attorney denies fleeing with Daniel and Colleen Hauser; warrant...

There are 14 comments on the TwinCities.com story from May 22, 2009, titled Attorney denies fleeing with Daniel and Colleen Hauser; warrant.... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

A key figure in the disappearance of Daniel and Colleen Hauser made her first public statements Friday since the cancer-stricken teen and his mother fled from their rural Minnesota farm.

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Roy Schwartz

Israel

#1 May 23, 2009
You can read more about Hodgkin's and why treating Daniel is so important here:
http://bit.ly/PtgV3
Jeremiah

San Antonio, TX

#2 May 23, 2009
Daniel, you have a right to resist being injected with nasty chemicals. Good for you and your mother. Cancer is a scary thing, little buddy, but not near as scary as being forced into treatment. It is a basic instinct to want to help sick people get better, but at what point does instinct become a stubborn obsession? I say keep on running as long as you can.
Runner

Minneapolis, MN

#4 May 23, 2009
Does the government have the right to interfere in what medicine is given to patients to treat their disease? Absolutely. Our governor was very clear about that when he vetoed legislation which would have allowed medical marijuana to treat the pain and discomfort of cancer patients.

“Wher's dem turkey necks?”

Since: Dec 08

Palm Desert, CA

#5 May 23, 2009
Jeremiah wrote:
Daniel, you have a right to resist being injected with nasty chemicals. Good for you and your mother. Cancer is a scary thing, little buddy, but not near as scary as being forced into treatment. It is a basic instinct to want to help sick people get better, but at what point does instinct become a stubborn obsession? I say keep on running as long as you can.
Yeah, keep running until the boy takes his last breath on a disease that has a high degree of being cured. Then the mother who instigated this situation will be charged with murder and will go to jail leaving the other 6 children without a mother and a husband who runs the family farm in ruins.
Yeah, good idea, keep running.

Keep up those comments that make no sense.
Sometimes you have to look outside the box.
annoymous

Saint Paul, MN

#6 May 23, 2009
By the way, for all you ignorant folks out there that continue to tout traditional western medicine, did it ever occurred to you that modern day medical doctors have this god-like narcissistic attitude, thinking they are some sort of deity on the basis of purist science? Come on! I know that the truth hurts for you people that are blindly involved in the medical status quo, but most of the argumentative facts about doctors these days are flat out right than wrong with the regardless of flawed western medicine. These people don't want to admit that they make medical mistakes all the time and refuse to tell any forms of reality with their patients. This is also the same sorry bunch of medical doctors that believe that religion is wrong and science is 100 percent right. Hello?! Issac Newton was a theoretical scientist as a man with deep faith, not some sort of egomaniac quack who thinks everything is based on two-dimensional thinking! Even his own form of scientific knowledge was always put into question, not an instant solution.
cmon

Summerville, GA

#7 May 23, 2009
Maybe the government could try as hard to find kidnappers, rapists and murderers of children as they are this mother and son (neither of whom are armed or dangerous.) I just hope all this security doesn't end up shooting the mother in some sort of standoff. I am sure she doesn't want her son to die, but she probably doesn't want to take the risk of having him live in pain and misery longer. Doesn't anyone else believe in PRAYER anymore?
T Paw

Saint Paul, MN

#8 May 23, 2009
Da Crusher_RIP wrote:
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Yeah, keep running until the boy takes his last breath on a disease that has a high degree of being cured. Then the mother who instigated this situation will be charged with murder and will go to jail leaving the other 6 children without a mother and a husband who runs the family farm in ruins.
Yeah, good idea, keep running.
Keep up those comments that make no sense.
Sometimes you have to look outside the box.
And this family will PAY for all of this.

“We're all connected”

Since: Feb 08

St Paul, MN

#9 May 23, 2009
annoymous wrote:
By the way, for all you ignorant folks out there that continue to tout traditional western medicine, did it ever occurred to you that modern day medical doctors have this god-like narcissistic attitude, thinking they are some sort of deity on the basis of purist science? Come on! I know that the truth hurts for you people that are blindly involved in the medical status quo, but most of the argumentative facts about doctors these days are flat out right than wrong with the regardless of flawed western medicine. These people don't want to admit that they make medical mistakes all the time and refuse to tell any forms of reality with their patients. This is also the same sorry bunch of medical doctors that believe that religion is wrong and science is 100 percent right. Hello?! Issac Newton was a theoretical scientist as a man with deep faith, not some sort of egomaniac quack who thinks everything is based on two-dimensional thinking! Even his own form of scientific knowledge was always put into question, not an instant solution.
I tout "traditional" types of cancer treatment because I've been healed by it, and so has many people I know. I cannot ignore my chemo treatment because you are uncomfortable with it and think it just might be a scam. Do doctors and nurses make mistakes? Absolutely! But, simply put, there really weren't any alternatives for treating my Leukemia 2.6 years ago, and I wouldn't want it any other way.

I do not know how you can form your opinion without experience or knowledge on the topic.
Mad Dad in MInnesota

Saint Paul, MN

#10 May 24, 2009
Since when did the goverment have the right to tell us how to raise our children?! This example just shows us how our rights are being taken away and it those rights that we were born into over 200 years ago"The freedom of choice"means we have the right to chose what is best for our children not the goverment.Keep your nose out of our business Uncle Sam

“We're all connected”

Since: Feb 08

St Paul, MN

#11 May 24, 2009
Mad Dad in MInnesota wrote:
Since when did the goverment have the right to tell us how to raise our children?! This example just shows us how our rights are being taken away and it those rights that we were born into over 200 years ago"The freedom of choice"means we have the right to chose what is best for our children not the goverment.Keep your nose out of our business Uncle Sam
Since parents are neglecting their children, and the courts had to step in because the parents wouldn't. There are more obvious cases of neglect that I'm sure you're against and maybe have a tough time understanding how this case is, indeed, a case of child neglect.

“Wher's dem turkey necks?”

Since: Dec 08

Palm Desert, CA

#12 May 24, 2009
Mad Dad in MInnesota wrote:
Since when did the goverment have the right to tell us how to raise our children?! This example just shows us how our rights are being taken away and it those rights that we were born into over 200 years ago"The freedom of choice"means we have the right to chose what is best for our children not the goverment.Keep your nose out of our business Uncle Sam
Read this:
I pulled this out of Minnesota Statutes 556 dealing with neglect of children.
" (5) nothing in this section shall be construed to mean that a child is neglected solely because the child's parent, guardian, or other person responsible for the child's care in good faith selects and depends upon spiritual means or prayer for treatment or care of disease or remedial care of the child in lieu of medical care; except that a parent, guardian, or caretaker, or a person mandated to report pursuant to subdivision 3, has a duty to report if a lack of medical care may cause serious danger to the child's health. This section does not impose upon persons, not otherwise legally responsible for providing a child with necessary food, clothing, shelter, education, or medical care, a duty to provide that care;"
What this portion of the Minnesota statute clearly shows is not only your rights as a parent or guardian, but also your responsibility as that parent. The protection of the child is paramount in these statutes. And I am sure you feel the same way.
Your "rights" have not or ever been controlled by the government. When dealing with children the right you have is the right to raise your children responsibly and not neglecting them, not endangering them and making sure they have adequate medical care. Seeking some quasi-religious treatment is not adequate medical care for a child suffering cancer by law. The judge ordered her and child to appear and she ran away leaving her other six children and husband to fend for themselves.
Freedom does not have carte blanche attached to it. Freedom means taking responsibility.
Martin Burger

Langley, Canada

#13 May 25, 2009
These dumb ass doctors don’t know shit. Thousands of cases where so called spontaneous remission occurred and they still refuse to see the common denominators. Cancer is the weakest cell in the body and only flourishes in an acidic environment. Alkalize the body and you take away the cancer cell nutrients. Almost any cancer can be put into remission within three weeks with Ozone Therapy (preferably the steam ozone suanet from Plasmafire.com ) and some Wellness Formula for immune boosting and Juice Plus for proper cell nutrients and Alkalinity. The patient has to be counseled to use his mind to his benefit (doctors coach them to use it to their detriment) before the remission is complete. The Doctor who set up the Chemo therapy guidelines for Canada said on his deathbed that regrettably it was bankrupt healing modality. The mom is made out to be a criminal and what is criminal is the money made in the cancer research industry when Dr. Warburg knew all of this back in 1928!!!

“We're all connected”

Since: Feb 08

St Paul, MN

#14 May 25, 2009
According to the Star Tribune, Daniel and his mom are back in Minnesota. THANK GOODNESS!

Daniel Hauser returns to Minnesota

http://www.startribune.com/45990387.html...
ekim

Rockford, IL

#15 May 25, 2009
CHEMO KILLED MY SON YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO TRY ANYTHING YOU CAN

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