• Author and Attorney: Medical Kidnapping of Children is Very Real

    A nationally known author and attorney tells KMOX News she’s worked with parents who know that medical kidnapping is very real. Beth Maloney has written Childhood Interrupted and Saving Sammy – both about her battle to get a proper diagnosis for her son, who suffered neuropsychiatric disorders as a result of a simple strep infection. She now advocates for other families. “These are parents who are taking their children to the emergency room of hospitals because their children are desperately ill and they are trying to find help,” she says. Instead, Maloney says she’s seen parents who end up on the receiving end of allegations – “medical neglect and doctor shopping, and the next thing you know, the hospital has notified the state and state jumps in and takes custody of the children.”

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  • Author and Attorney: Medical Kidnapping of Children is Very Real

    Dawn said:

    I have to say that I am still crying over this story. I have 1st hand knowledge of what cruelty cps inflicts. I've been fighting for over 3 years. I'm Dawn Adaleha Cullins. I'm the mother of the 2 autistic boys who were taken from me for no reason. I wish love and blessings to this precious family.

    This is real. I have been through this with my special needs daughter for three years in Altoona and Pittsburgh, PA

  • Author and Attorney: Medical Kidnapping of Children is Very Real

    Admin said:

    A nationally known author and attorney tells KMOX News she’s worked with parents who know that medical kidnapping is very real. Beth Maloney has written Childhood Interrupted and Saving Sammy – both about her battle to get a proper diagnosis for her son, who suffered neuropsychiatric disorders as a result of a simple strep infection. She now advocates for other families. “These are parents who are taking their children to the emergency room of hospitals because their children are desperately ill and they are trying to find help,” she says. Instead, Maloney says she’s seen parents who end up on the receiving end of allegations – “medical neglect and doctor shopping, and the next thing you know, the hospital has notified the state and state jumps in and takes custody of the children.”

    My child is a victim of medical kidnapping in Altoona and Pittsburgh, PA. Two and a half years in a hospital.

  • Author and Attorney: Medical Kidnapping of Children is Very Real

    I have to say that I am still crying over this story. I have 1st hand knowledge of what cruelty cps inflicts. I've been fighting for over 3 years. I'm Dawn Adaleha Cullins. I'm the mother of the 2 autistic boys who were taken from me for no reason. I wish love and blessings to this precious family.