Jade Nelson suffers from sickle cell anemia and uses morphine as a part of her pain management. She gave birth several days ago to Baby Dillen.
Pennsylvania Hospital, under the direction of Dr. Gerdes, harassed the mother, threatened her, used intimidation tactics—including a barrage of armed security guards present in the hospital room, excessive monitoring, the forced and unprovoked removal of the family, refusal to allow family visits during visiting hours and later furnishing of a court order to administer morphine to the newborn.
Pennsylvania Hospital issued an amber alert despite no attempt or threat to remove the baby, causing the police to be called to the scene several times.
Channel 6 even showed up to interview the family who was denied access to visit the patient, Jade Nelson, and her sister, Chineera Nelson.
According to the child medication safety act, whose purpose is to restore parental authority in the health care administered to their child, Jade had the legal right to refuse this risky course of treatment.
The hospital refused to furnish test results that would suggest the child was experiencing "morphine withdrawal." The baby seemed normal since birth per observant family including the maternal mother and grandmother of the child.
Lastly, police reports were filed to document the mistreatment and abuse of power against this poor young mother.
The forcible dosing of Baby Dillen with lethal amounts of morphine can only be summed up as chemical warfare.
In fact, it will create illness just to create the basis for more healthcare customers.
What the government labels “healthcare” is nothing but legalized drugs that in many ways are far more harmful than crack or other synthetic street drugs. This is what we see in Dillen’s case.
1. You are not ok with the chemical/medical genocide of African babies.
2. You are violating Jade Nelson's civil and democratic rights to decide what type of medication her child receives and does not receive.
3. Demand that the immediate transfer of Baby Dillen to the hospital of his mother’s choice.