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overnment thugs arrest, strip-search innocent parents because son played basketball in backyard for 90 minutes

By Devon: (NaturalNews) On a spring day in April of 2015, a Florida couple was making their way home. On this day, they were running 90 minutes behind schedule. They got stuck in traffic and weren't able to make it home in time to let their 11-year-old son in the house. Their son didn't have a key, so he played basketball in the backyard and waited for his parents to get home.

Alabama child services abducts autistic boys damaged by MMR vaccine; starves, forcibly drugs them in foster care

By Huff: (NaturalNews) The cries of the innocent who seek justice in today's America are reaching a piercing crescendo. Case after case of unwarranted medical child abduction portends a ruthless totalitarian future for every single parent trying to raise children in this country -- this, as a result of growing oppression from a hostile police state that sees nothing wrong with ripping children away from their parents for no legitimate reason and throwing them into the foster system.

Arkansas government kidnaps seven children, searches home of family for owning a popular mineral supplement

By Adams: (NaturalNews) The need to amend the Bill of Rights to protect medical freedom in America is now greater than ever. Yesterday, government thugs in Hot Springs, Arkansas raided and searched the home of a couple who were in possession of a simple mineral supplement called Miracle Mineral Solution.

Law enforcement officers of Garland County, Arkansas served a search warrant on the Stanley home -- yes, possession of a legal, medicinal mineral supplement is now grounds for being searched by the government -- where they took the family's seven children by force.

California county routinely kidnaps thousands of babies without any warrant or reason, lawsuit claims

By Heyes:(NaturalNews) Officials with Riverside County, Calif., removed a newborn baby from her mother without a valid reason or a court-ordered warrant, a practice that the county does very often, according to claims made by the mother in a federal class action lawsuit.

The lead plaintiff in the suit, known as "A.A.," which is the baby, filed suit against the county, Juvenile Dependency Investigator Karla Torres, Torres' supervisor Felicia M. Butler, and "all similarly situated county social workers and investigators" Dec. 12, Courthouse News Service reported.