• Tennessee Children with Brittle Bones Suffer in State Care as Mom Charged with SBS

    Chris and Keshia Turner from East Tennessee are still waiting to bring their son Brayden home since he was removed from their custody on December 11, 2014. Keshia had rushed the baby to the emergency room when his leg that had been splinted in the NICU became tight and warm to the touch. While at the hospital, an x-ray revealed a broken bone and several rib fractures. The following day, Keshia took Brayden to his pediatrician to follow-up on his care. There she found herself confronted with law enforcement and a Department of Children’s Services worker who demanded that she take Brayden to Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, nearly three hours away. That evening, Vanderbilt Medical Center Child Abuse Specialist Dr. Deborah Lowen said that Brayden’s injuries could only be abuse, and investigators and doctors allegedly stopped looking for another explanation.

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  • Tennessee Children with Brittle Bones Suffer in State Care as Mom Charged with SBS

    Missy-Caulk said:

    Connie won the case today! They are back with mom and dad. You can watch the live video on Family Forward Project on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1697223540511940/

    Yes!! Awesome victory! Medical Kidnap update coming soon! Stay Tuned!

  • Tennessee Children with Brittle Bones Suffer in State Care as Mom Charged with SBS

    Connie won the case today! They are back with mom and dad. You can watch the live video on Family Forward Project on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1697223540511940/