An Australian mother has had her four-year-old son taken off her by the government after she stopped giving him vaccinations at age two because it was giving him seizures.
Jacinda Walker received a Child Protection Order from the Australian government via email dated May 17. She uploaded a screenshot of the email to Facebook. It reads: ‘We advise the Director of Child Protection Litigation has made an application for a child protection order in relation to Chase.‘
Ms Walker explained that she stopped vaccinating her son Chase at age two because the shots gave him seizures and caused him to develop ‘spastic, quadriplegic cerebral palsy and undiagnosed, uncontrolled epilepsy‘.
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Ms Walker claimed on January 18 the Department of Child Safety threatened to take her son unless they took him to hospital that night to be ‘fed’.
‘They still think that they have the right to feed my son this formula synthetic s***,’ she said.
Ms Walker said her son’s health improved after he went off the vaccinations schedule, and started eating organic food.
‘He’s happy, he’s stopped seizuring (sic), he’s coming back and still it’s not good enough,’ she said.
‘I don’t care if child services have to get a court order to come get Chase, at least I know I saved my child and I’ll keep doing it, I will not stop,‘ she said at the time.
And so that is exactly what the government did. After issuing the court order, Chase was taken by police to Brisbane’s Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, where he was dosed up to the eyeballs with vaccines and synthetic food.
His health began deteriorating until he was rescued by his mother and father, who took him out of the hospital and back into their care. However the government then issued an amber alert, declaring Chase had been kidnapped.
In a video, posted to Facebook on Friday night, Ms Walker and police can be seen arguing, as Chase cries in the background.
‘I understand you’re upset… but we can’t leave here without the child,’ a police officer can be heard saying in front of a group of people.
The woman recording the video explains ‘the police are trying to take Chase… their going to put him on poisonous food and medicine again.’
The police appear to take Chase away as his mother continues to argue inside.
In a statement NSW police said: ‘At 4.30pm on Friday police attended a premises on Hunter Street in Newcastle in support of Family and Corrective Services regarding a child at risk. After extensive negotiations a four-year-old child was taken to John Hunter hospital for medical assessment.’