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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Concord Hospital protest against baby kidnap (video)

Concord Hospital protest against baby kidnap (video)
October 9th, 2010 4:35 am ET
Deborah Dupré

An emergency peaceful protest at Concord Hospital was held Friday due to the state of New Hampshire forcibly removing, with the aid of the hospital, 15-hour old newborn, Cheyenne Irish, from her parents.

The baby's father, John Irish, alleges all the charges for the removal are trumped and he does not know why according to his statement at the protest. (See Oppression by Oath Youtube video below, posted by Adventures In the Free State)

Adventures in the Free State writes:

"A day-old infant was abducted by NH DCYF on 10/7/2010, from and allegedly with the complicity of Concord Hospital, apparently at least partially because her father had affirmed, by association with Oath Keepers, an oath he'd taken to support and defend the U.S. Constitution. An oath government employees take every day. Do they respect their own promises as much? Do you care...?

Mother of the baby, Stephanie Janvrin's former partner and legal husband, David Taylor refuses to sign divorce papers and claims that he is the father of the baby according to statements made at the protest.

"He will not accept or sign the papers" for a divorce. "He just will not do it," she said.

Many women become Targeted Individuals after separating from their partners according to self-support group communications.

One woman at the protest said, "This is suppose to be America, not Nazi Germany. You are not suppose to have your children stolen because of your affiliation with a group."

She said she joined Oath Keepers earlier in the day due to the baby's removal from her parents and that she learned about the protest on Facebook.

One stated reason for the baby's forced removal is her father's affiliation with Oath Keepers that officials described as a "militia group."

The affidavit is "fabricated and trumped up," said Mr. Irish.

The stated reason that baby Chayenne was removed is "abuse and neglect."

During the protest, a sergeant and another law officer of Concord Police Department handed a notice to Mr. Irish advising, "Based on recent circumstances, this is to serve as a notice that you are not allowed to enter onto Concord Hopsital property unless you require emergency services. Should you come onto Concord Hospital property for any other reason, you will be charged with criminal trespass."

The notice was signed by John Sharon, Director of Concord Hospital Security.

The Intel Hub reports that the FBI with bomb-sniffer dogs were at the peaceful protest.

"That’s right, the FBI, with no threat or sign of danger, sent bomb sniffing dogs to the protest. The FBI sent a clear message. People that stand up for the rights of American citizens are now possible terrorists. This Nazi like tactic has been used hundreds of times. The goal is to get the local media to connect the protest to a bomb threat in order to scare citizens who would normally support the parents into keeping their mouths shut.

"The government has taken their tyranny to new heights. DHS is now openly admitting that the Southern Poverty Law Center works for hand in hand with their department. DHS officials in Pennsylvania have hired Israeli agents to spy on law abiding citizens. We now live in a country where you are considered a potential terrorist if you stand up for your god given rights outlined by the Constitution. These globalists will steal your kids, track your family, and poison your water with little to no regret." (The Intel Hub)




Deborah Dupré, with post-graduate science and education degrees from U.S. and Australian universities, has been a human and environmental rights advocate for over 25 years in the U.S., Vanuatu and Australia. Support her work by subscribing to her articles and forwarding the link of this article to friends and colleagues or reposting only the title and first paragraph linked to this Examiner page. Dupré welcomes emails: info@DeborahDupre.com Please send Gulf illness news tips to her with your name or anonymously. See her Vaccine Liberty or Death book plus Compassion Film Project DVDs.

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