Government’s Ability to Arbitrarily Kidnap Children Starts at Home

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following captioned photo, being shared by an acquaintance from here, originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

Mothers: Jemima Jones
Baby: Nevaeha
Gender: Female
Born: 6-10-18 at 4:35am
Location: Banner Thunderbird Medical Center 5555 W Thunderbird Road Glendale, AZ 85306 Weighed 6lbs 7oz Hospitals claim: Mother used Marijuana
Testing: Came back negative but hospital refused to provide documents to mother.
Hospital refused to provide patient advocate which is illegal.
Hospital refused to provide any ppwk or details to the mother.
DSC Refused to supply mother with any ppwk.
The child was ripped away from the mothers arms at 12:30 am this morning while she was breastfeeding the child.
The hospital refused her the ability to breastfeed or hold the child after 12:30 am on 06.12.18.
She was escorted out with armed guards today at 3 pm on 06.12.18
*Note there was another black family on site having their newborn also removed at this time this occurred.
Glendale Police department was contacted on 1 PM 06.12.18 to file a report. They refused to file a report. They said what the hospital was doing was against the law but they were refusing to report on it.
Similar story back in 2015 from the same hospital.
#Glendale #Arizona

My Commentary: Speaking of the government’s ability to arbitrarily kidnap children under color of law…

Explaining the Difference Between Hoax and Satire

The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of family…

Genaire: NYPD Officer Kills Baby Following Breastfeeding Argument:

Sara: It’s a hoax story.

Genaire: That’s good to know. I hadn’t gotten around to reading it yet.

Sara: Yeah, but sadly, with the police state and the NYPD’s actions lately, it’s very easy to believe.

Samantha P.: lol i completely flipped when i read this story until sara stepped in and saved my nerves!

Rayn: It’s actually satire, meaning that it wasn’t really meant to fool readers, so much as to make them think about the issue being addressed…

National Report Publisher Allen Montgomery Responds to Critics of NYPD Story:

(update: archived copy of above link located here:

Daniel F.: Unfortunately a story like this one is all too believable these days. I’ve already lost count of how many totally outrageous headlines I’ve come across that I realized were satire only because they were from freewoodpost or some other satire site like it. (Not even the Onion – somehow they manage to keep coming up with stories and headlines that most people wouldn’t mistake for being actually real).

Wendy P.: OMG, I also felt my nerves tremble till I read entirely. Cops should be trained to know the law inside and out and know when citizens actually break a law. Citizens should also be made very aware of the law.