Judge Rules #JustinaPelletier to Remain in State’s Custody

Liz Klimas
The Blaze

A Massachusetts judge ruled Tuesday that the Connecticut teen in the middle of a contentious custody battle between her parents and the state will remain in the custody of the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families.

The Boston Globe reported that Suffolk County juvenile court Judge Joseph Johnson granted“permanent” custody to the state DCF, leaving it up to the agency to decide if and when 15-year-old Justina Pelletier is returned to her parents’ custody. This decision was in response to a motion filed by Lou and Linda Pelletier, Justina’s parents, and her court-appointed lawyer for a “conditional custody” plan. Up until this point, DCF only had temporary custody of Justina…

…On Monday, the Pelletiers and their lawyers filed a contempt of court motion against DCF.

“A child’s health and welfare are hanging in the balance. We cannot continue to withhold treatment from this young girl,” Staver said.

“DCF has abused its authority. DCF had no right to come between Justina and medical care,” Staver continued, noting that DCF said it would not bring Justina to Tufts until after Tuesday’s decision.



The complete article, with video, is at The Blaze.



Update:  Michael Graham:  Outrage In Pelletier Case: Corrupt MA Judge Awards State “Permanent Custody” of Justina




Update 2: ‘This doesn’t even seem real’: European hospitals burning aborted fetuses for heat

…“You’re entering the Mengele territory. Remember, it was the progressives here in America and the Fabian Socialists over in Europe that taught the Germans all about eugenics and the value of life,” Glenn concluded. “But this is what happens after 100 years of Fabian Socialism and progressivism… This is where we’re headed… ‘Look, we have to have clean energy, and we have to heat our hospitals. So just use the dead babies.’ That’s crazy! That doesn’t even seem real. How is that not on the front page of every newspaper?”

More from Michael Graham, Read The Judge’s Twisted Ruling In “Free Justina” Case Here



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