A 15-year-old Connecticut girl remains held by Boston Children’s Hospital, a victim of the hospital’s “kidnap and ransom” operation, traditionally called “K&R.” K&R is not usually seen in hospitals, and that’s what makes this story so bizarre and disturbing.
Boston Children’s Hospital kidnapped the teen girl from her Connecticut family nearly 10 months ago under the excuse of a contrived medical diagnosis. Through legal maneuvering, the hospital managed to gain legal custody of the girl, and the “ransom demand” is the demand that the parents stop trying to remove the girl from the hospital so that Boston Children’s can generate maximum revenue from so-called “treatments” which have so far accomplished nothing.
“It is kidnapping,” said the girl’s father, Lou Pelletier. “It’s beyond any wildest nightmare that you could think of.”
The clinical psychologist known by the family says, “It’s the most bizarre situation … I’ve ever been involved with.”
After the contrived diagnosis by the hospital, both parents “were escorted out of the hospital by security, and within four days, they lost custody of Justina,” reports FoxCT.com.
Boston Children’s Hospital now engaged in felony criminal kidnapping
What we are all witnessing here is far beyond the utter abandonment of medical ethics. This is a case where a hospital has crossed the line into blatant mafia-style criminality.
“Kidnapping” is defined as:
The crime of unlawfully seizing and carrying away a person by force or fraud, or seizing and detaining a person against his or her will with an intent to carry that person away at a later time.
This perfectly fits the definition of what Boston Children’s Hospital has done to the Pelletier family. The hospital has no legitimate legal authority to assume control over a family’s teenage daughter, especially when the parents were so actively concerned and involved in the child’s wellbeing. The custody they claim to have now is based entirely on fraud and misrepresentation, thereby making the custody fraudulent.
The hospital cited “both parents’ resistance towards recommended treatment plans” as part of its justification for kidnapping the girl for nearly 10 months. Make sure you fully grasp what this means: IF YOU DO NOT AGREE with a doctor’s diagnosis of your child, the hospital will kidnap that child for an indefinite period, and local law enforcement authorities will very likely side with the hospital rather than the parents (because cops are easily intimidated by doctors).
The hospital is God. It is the ultimate authority and the owner of all your children. If you disagree with the hospital, you are stripped of your parenthood. Your child is taken from you by force — essentially at gunpoint — and if you try to rescue your own child from the hospital, YOU will be charged with kidnapping your own child! (This isn’t fiction. We’ve already reported on this happening before.)
Justina Pelletier is a prisoner of Boston Children’s Hospital
Right now as you read this, Justina Pelletier is a prisoner of Boston Children’s Hospital. The hospital will not let her leave. She is being forced to eat hospital food, which is much like prison food. Her movements are controlled. She is monitored. Her communication with the outside world is restricted.
This is the definition of prison.
Even if the hospital one day decides to release Justina Pelletier, it will almost certainly bill the parents for potentially millions of dollars in medical costs. That’s where the “ransom” part comes into play. The longer the hospital criminally holds the girl as a kidnapping victim, the more bills they rack up which they may try to charge to the parents — even though the parents never consented to the outrageous medical diagnosis and kidnapping in the first place!