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Can Baby Rico escape death by mandated poisoning?

Posted by Henry Bauer on 2013/04/05

Please read Celia Farber’s update of what 3-monht-old Rico and his family are undergoing: “Thought Crime Trial Against Nagel/Martinez Family Adjourned”.

I’ve been following the story via e-mails among Rethinking AIDS board members, and I didn’t have the stomach to read about it again. We have ignorant social workers, doctors, and other bureaucrats acting with fanatical perseverance to achieve monstrous ends.

I can’t find words to express my admiration for the courage and clearheadedness with which Rico’s family is acting, in particular their intention to bring their own law-suit to bring an end to such officially mandated poisoning. If evidence is to count for anything, consider this: Lindsey Nagel grew into a healthy adult and mother after her parents removed her from official supervision and took her off antiretrovirals, while 11 other babies then being treated along with Lindsey are all now dead.

 

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