Maryanne Godboldo made international press when she faced down a Swat team and a tank after she refused to administer an antipsychotic drug which clearly could endanger her child's life. And hers is not an isolated case. Parents have been charged with medical neglect for refusing to administer dangerous drugs to their child, despite the fact that the "mental disorders" for which the drugs are prescribed, cannot be MEDICALLY proven to exist. It is an oxymoron to charge medical neglect, without medical proof of abnormality. It is criminal to force a parent to administer drugs documented to cause life-threatening effects by drug regulatory agencies around the world. For more information go to http://www.cchrint.org
From NaturalNews.TV - In this interview with Maryanne Godboldo, you'll hear this civil rights / health freedom champion describe how Michigan authorities invaded her home, threatened her with force and kidnapped her daughter. Watch this video to understand what's truly happening on the front lines of the health freedom movement, and why more and more activist citizens are standing up against medical tyranny and "gunpoint medicine." Listen to Maryanne describe what happened to her when she said NO to the psychiatric drugging of her daughter, and hear the shocking truth of how CPS authorities all over the country are kidnapping children for money. See more health freedom videos at www.NaturalNews.TV
Godboldo's daughter was born with a defective foot that required amputation of her leg below the knee, which led to Maryanne becoming a stay-at-home mother after her birth, according to Health Impact News Daily.
Despite her handicap, the child swam, sang, danced and played the piano. However, as the home schooled girl approached middle school age, she apparently wanted to start attending public school, and therefore had to "catch up" on immunizations the state insists are required under color of law.
SWAT police descend on mother's apartment, reportedly using a tank.
According to her aunt, Penny Godboldo, the girl suffered an adverse reaction to the immunizations. "She began acting out of character, being irritated, having facial grimaces that have been associated with immunizations," Penny told the Detroit News.
Maryanne Godboldo sought help from the Children's Center, an organization claiming to help families with at-risk children. Godboldo told relatives the medications ordered by the doctor worsened symptoms, including behavioral problems.
When Godboldo refused to give her child the prescribed medication, Child Protective Services became involved. CPS obtained a warrant to remove the girl, but Maryanne reportedly refused to surrender the child to the state.
Police claimed Godboldo discharged a firearm in her apartment during the stand-off and that is when the SWAT team was called in.
Detroit mother Maryanne Godboldo receiving a Human Rights Award from actors Danny Masterson and Ethan Suplee at the CCHR International annual human rights awards banquet in Los Angeles. Former Human Rights awardees include members of Congress, state legislators, psychologists, medical doctors, attorneys, whistleblowers, civil and human rights activists.