Children who are in the foster care system and who are under the control of Child Protective Services are easily targeted for involuntary inclusion in drug experimentation. Ideally, even if children are under CPS control, their natural parents should retain the right to give consent for medical treatment for their children whether it is routine or experimental.
In practice, however, once CPS steps into a family’s private life and takes children out of the home and places them in foster care, then parental oversight regarding the healthcare of their children is routinely violated. Because these cases are involved in State Juvenile or Family Courts (as opposed to Civil Courts), records are sealed and kept secret, supposedly to protect the children.
CPS takes control over all aspects of the lives of children. CPS severs contact between parents and their children when parents don’t do what CPS demands, and will give permission for foster children to participate in drug experiments. This is done even when the drug trials may be life-threatening. This is done, so it is said, to protect the children, but such “protection” destroys the family unit, traumatizes children, and frequently results in permanent harm to children.
Children are even more likely to be kidnapped by CPS workers for medical experiments when they have rare diseases. Such children are highly prized subjects for experimentation. This happened in a nationally publicized case that was exposed in 2013. Justina Pelletier was abducted by officials at Boston Children’s Hospital and subjected to disabling drug therapies.Medical Kidnapping in the U.S. – Kidnapping Children for Drug Trials – Medical Kidnap