US Judge Revokes Mother's Custody of Son Because She's Unvaccinated... (1 Viewer)

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Jul 19, 2016
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"When US woman Rebecca Firlit joined a virtual court hearing with her ex-husband earlier this month, the Chicago mother expected the proceedings to focus on child support. But the judge had other plans." ... "One of the first things he asked me . . . was whether or not I was vaccinated," Firlit, 39, told the Chicago Sun-Times. She was not, she said, explaining that she has had "adverse reactions to vaccines in the past" and that a doctor advised her against getting the coronavirus vaccine."
"Cook County Judge James Shapiro then made what the parents' lawyers called an unprecedented decision - he said the mother could not see her 11-year-old son until she got the vaccine. The child's father is vaccinated, the Sun-Times reported."


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Jul 30, 2016
Decisions reversed, but this judge has some serious issues in my mind, regarding differentiating personal convictions from law. Being a nurse myself, and unvaccinated, I have to say I disagree wholeheartedly with his assessment!

"Hambrick tells Shapiro that he has consulted with family members who are nurses and doctors.

“I would be very surprised if you consulted with a doctor who advised you not to get vaccinated,” Shapiro says.

“I would not be as surprised if you consulted with a nurse who did not get vaccinated because nurses apparently in Houston and elsewhere are refusing to get vaccinated. That speaks a lot to their intelligence level and I would not want to be treated by a nurse who refused to get vaccinated. It’s not a choice, Mr. Hambrick, it’s an obligation.”

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Jul 20, 2016
Shapiro is a county judge, which is near the bottom of the judge ladder. Also, he's in Cook County, which is where Chicago is, and that should tell you a lot. Some people go the judge route because of a love of the law. Others go to fuel their needs as a petty tyrant. He reversed himself pretty fast, which tells you someone explained how the law works in no uncertain terms. I wonder if he still is asking those questions now.
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