One really doesn't need to read the article. Just more of the same old, same old. Same song, different tune. Same drama, scare tactics, families traumatized & destroyed, children scarred for life etc. WORSE than divorce. Takes a real special person to fiill THOSE shoes. "Doctor" ("First do no harm"). Like trying to move a sand hill with a pitchfork. Their victims probably outnumber the mosquitos on the Florida beaches.
So grievous but, in spite of the ones who never make it back home, there ARE some 'happy' endings in spite of the emotional scars, and those are the ones we rejoice in but we must keep these case histories "out there" for the ones we long to rejoin with their grieving families. Praise God for the success stories and pray TO Him for the ones unaccounted for.
At least this family was reunited and Baby Cyrus was surrendered back to his family the fastest I've ever heard of or seen. There were a LOT of people praying for that baby and we need to pray daily for all the children kidnapped that never make the news. The media is an excellent ally for the dark forces but prayer is even greater & THAT's something we can all do DAILY for "these little ones".
by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News
USA Today reporter Daphne Chen has just published an article on Dr. Sally Smith, a pediatrician who is the head of the child protection team in Pinellas County, Florida.
Published in the “Torn Apart” section of GateHouseNews.com, this article is reportedly the first in a series investigating Florida’s child welfare system.
Chen refers to Dr. Sally Smith as:
the 61-year-old pediatrician [who] is one of the most powerful figures in the child welfare system along Florida’s Gulf Coast.
As the head of the Pinellas County child protection team, Smith examines virtually every child funneled to All Children’s Hospital with suspicious injuries.
Among prosecutors, her word is like gold.
The USA Today Network reportedly investigated hundreds of Dr. Smith’s cases, and:
found more than a dozen instances where charges were dropped, parents were acquitted or caregivers had credible claims of innocence yet suffered irredeemable damage to their lives and reputations.
See phoyos & read entire article here: https://healthimpactnews.com/2019/usa-today-exposes-florida-doctor-medically-kidnapping-children-and-destroying-lives/