Boston Childrens hosp

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Daughter Of An Army Vet

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Mar 20, 2014
This is about power and ego.

If it had been a phyco problem Justina would of gotten beter.
Good

Hartford, CT

#3 Mar 20, 2014
For them

“Groooovin'”

Since: Feb 14

Location hidden

#4 Mar 20, 2014
WHOA!!

Think there will be a Lawsuit!!
Daniel Damotta

Worcester, MA

#5 Mar 24, 2014
They'll be nothing. Do you people have any idea how hard it actually is to get a child taken away from its parents?!? It's damn near a legal nightmare. The hospital had to have good cause and prove they had good cause for the state to so willingly take children away. I can't believe the nutjobs that post on here.
Crime

United States

#6 Mar 24, 2014
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guest

Steele, MO

#7 Mar 26, 2014
The father said this morning, this young lady has had her basic rights denied by the hospital. No schooling has taken place, no religious practices and she is Catholic. She has not seen or a priest has not been contacted for her. She is not allowed to see any of her family members, not at Christmas or any holiday that has taken place since she has been there. She has been isolated. I don't see how the people of Boston can not get involved with this. So if the state thinks there is cause what about her rights as a human:??? There have been cases where the DCF had children returned to parents that were abusive and it was obvious. There is no way I would take my child to this hospital, I believe I would be in fear the whole time DCF would be called.
From CA

Los Angeles, CA

#8 Mar 26, 2014
guest wrote:
The father said this morning, this young lady has had her basic rights denied by the hospital. No schooling has taken place, no religious practices and she is Catholic. She has not seen or a priest has not been contacted for her. She is not allowed to see any of her family members, not at Christmas or any holiday that has taken place since she has been there. She has been isolated. I don't see how the people of Boston can not get involved with this. So if the state thinks there is cause what about her rights as a human:??? There have been cases where the DCF had children returned to parents that were abusive and it was obvious. There is no way I would take my child to this hospital, I believe I would be in fear the whole time DCF would be called.
The reason people of Boston might not get involved is because they might be scared of losing thier kids.

What I want to know is why there isn't an investigation at the federal goverment level. If they refuse to let a priest see her, isn't that a violation of her civil rights?

Also, how much money ismade by MA to keep Justina?
guest

Steele, MO

#9 Mar 26, 2014
From CA wrote:
<quoted text>
The reason people of Boston might not get involved is because they might be scared of losing thier kids.
What I want to know is why there isn't an investigation at the federal goverment level. If they refuse to let a priest see her, isn't that a violation of her civil rights?
Also, how much money ismade by MA to keep Justina?
It is, and also against the law not to have her schooled.
Waiver

Hartford, CT

#10 Mar 26, 2014
Wait
M.Feelgood PhD

Lowell, MA

#11 Mar 29, 2014
guest wrote:
<quoted text>It is, and also against the law not to have her schooled.
This isn't even close to being true. Especially since she has a medical reason to not in school. Just, stop talking. Too many idiots with no clue what's really going on. As Daniel said up above, it is Incredibly hard to have a child taken away from its family, especially as an institution. There would have to be obvious reason for it to occur. The family disagrees with children's, that's fine. The child isn't with the hospital, guardianship is now of the state because it was obvious the parents were unfit. Read a damn book you morons.
An Observer

Woodbridge, VA

#12 Apr 25, 2014
From CA wrote:
<quoted text>
The reason people of Boston might not get involved is because they might be scared of losing thier kids.
What I want to know is why there isn't an investigation at the federal goverment level. If they refuse to let a priest see her, isn't that a violation of her civil rights?
Also, how much money ismade by MA to keep Justina?
Just my opinion for what that's worth, but I don't think it's about money per se.
I think it's part of a bigger political picture. I mean look at what one anchor woman, I can't remember her name, on MSNBC said, basically that we have to get over the idea that OUR kids belong to US. FACT doesn't matter, science doesn't matter, only the agenda. I think the Pellier (sorry if I misspelled the name) family are pawns in a larger game. The children's hospital can't afford to lose face, and it would be a blow to this political agenda if the Pelliers won this. I really don't know WHY the BCH would do this to poor Justina, it's morally wrong.

Perhaps they need, forgive me, a guinea pig to experiment with regarding an incestuous relationship between the hospital and the pharma companies. I'm broke as they get, but I'm at least PRAYING for that family. It could be US they take the kids away from! This MUST be won by the parents soon and this young lady rescued from these EVIL people's clutches.
This sets a BAD precedent if the parents don't win this one.
An Observer

Woodbridge, VA

#13 Apr 25, 2014
Personally, I think people should try to get their kids out of Boston Children's and boycott the place till they find and FIX the big problem.
An Observer

Woodbridge, VA

#14 Apr 25, 2014
From CA wrote:
<quoted text>
The reason people of Boston might not get involved is because they might be scared of losing thier kids.
What I want to know is why there isn't an investigation at the federal goverment level. If they refuse to let a priest see her, isn't that a violation of her civil rights?
Also, how much money ismade by MA to keep Justina?
Gets harder to fight a mob. I think parents SHOULD get involved by the thousands! If you don't, they get away with this. I don't think there will BE an investigation if there's only a few folks interested.
An Observer

Woodbridge, VA

#15 Apr 28, 2014
Any new info? I'm waiting.
This MUST not be swept under the rug.
An Observer

Woodbridge, VA

#16 Apr 28, 2014
[QUOTE who="M.Feelgood PhD"]<quoted text>
This isn't even close to being true. Especially since she has a medical reason to not in school. Just, stop talking. Too many idiots with no clue what's really going on. As Daniel said up above, it is Incredibly hard to have a child taken away from its family, especially as an institution. There would have to be obvious reason for it to occur. The family disagrees with children's, that's fine. The child isn't with the hospital, guardianship is now of the state because it was obvious the parents were unfit. Read a damn book you morons.[/QUOTE]
Huh. I bet you're not EVEN a doctor, pal.
If you allow this to be swept under the rug, YOU are part of the problem. The people DESERVE an answer.

Nothing to see here, folks; move along. When someone says that to you, you KNOW something is afoot.
True

United States

#17 Apr 28, 2014
Very true

“Groooovin'”

Since: Feb 14

Location hidden

#18 Apr 30, 2014
Children w/Medical issues..of any sort..SHOULD never be DENIED.. They DID NOT ask to be BORN!!

“Grow the power within yourself”

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#19 May 2, 2014
This case is not surprising. Boston and MA is about as collectivist-minded as you can be in the USA, IMHO.

I think this hospital will face massive legal action, but the consequences of the lawsuit is nothing compared to the reputation of that place after this. Is there ANYONE who now would whole-heartedly (including people working there) leave their children there if they had choice??
An Observer

Woodbridge, VA

#20 May 2, 2014
From CA wrote:
<quoted text>
The reason people of Boston might not get involved is because they might be scared of losing thier kids.
What I want to know is why there isn't an investigation at the federal goverment level. If they refuse to let a priest see her, isn't that a violation of her civil rights?
Also, how much money ismade by MA to keep Justina?
Huh. I have absolutely NO respect for a person who would be silent just to protect their own skin. This action on the hospital's part is criminal. It is akin to kidnapping, torture and obstruction of justice.

I have known SEVERAL people in my life that couldn't LIVE with themselves if they didn't squeal about wrong behavior. I have far more respect for Edward Snowden who is in a great deal more trouble than anyone at this hospital or in Boston. All that needs to happen for evil to flourish is for good people to do nothing. Do you have a self defense ban in your state?
Then you have two choices: fight to change it and be aggressive against your opposition, or move.

My wonder is how many states will buckle under to this sort of behavior. Keep this up and you will have no where to run.
An Observer

Woodbridge, VA

#21 May 13, 2014
Yeah Justina's back in a facility in Connecticut, but WHEN is Boston Children's going to be charged for kidnapping?!

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