Is Loving Your Child A Crime?

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Featured above is Monika Wesolowski with her son Dylan.

By Melissa Diegel | TLB Staff Writer

When did loving your special needs child become a crime?

Parents across the country are losing their children at an alarming rate.

There is no doubt Monika and her son love each other so what seems to be the problem?

The state of Virginia claimed “Dylan is a child in distress,” (Dylan has special needs/ Autism.) They claimed he needs a psychiatrist and needs to be possibly medicated, Monika disagreed so they removed him from her care- permanently! They claim he was a “child in crisis” and that his mother was denying him medical care therefore she was unfit to raise him. They ordered therapy and supervised visits 2 Saturdays a months for 4 hours each visit.

Dylan suffers from extreme difficulty in transition and change so this radical removal and change in environment most likely resulted in the need for intervention and the decline in his stability. It was his GAL who filed an emergency Motion to remove Dylan from his mothers care and unfortunately- The End State Goal Is to Potentially Medicate Dylan!

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Featured is a picture Dylan drew of his mom and him next to her Condo. Dylan is now 7 years old.

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It is a crying shame on the American Judicial system that Monika and Dylan are now separated.

Monika’s story has been featured on The Dave Hodges Show, to read more about her case please visit: http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/tag/monika-wesolowski/

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As of 3:00 pm EST on May 27th 2016 Monika’s son was taken away permanently. (Picture featured above is of Dylan and Monika on their last day together.)

Special needs children are precious. They are not commodities. Medical kidnapping is rampant across the country. For more information about this subject please visit http://medicalkidnap.com/

To help support Monika in her fight, donations are being accepted here: https://www.gofundme.com/a3s554

For more Information on how to protect your family from CPS please visit: http://www.thelibertybeacon.com/4-family-justice-the-guide-to-protect-your-family-from-cps/

Melissa Diegel is the mother of (3) children, two of whom were medically kidnapped. She is the voice of the voiceless and speaks out on humanitarian issues. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona and supports the constitution, family rights and believes in the right to freedom of speech. She is a radio talk show host on the 4 Family Justice National Radio Show sponsored by the Liberty Beacon Project. She is a published writer and has been a frequent guest on many international talk show radio programs. Currently there are over 21,000 children in the Arizona DCS system with over 36 children a day are being taken, many unjustly for federal funding. Two of those children, out of those 21 thousand are her daughters! http://www.amiraclefortwosisters.org/

5 Comments on Is Loving Your Child A Crime?

  1. A response to a comment, there is no such thing as a tried and true “medication” for a child on the autism spectrum. Each child is different and each neurological issue is different. There is no one fits all package. Monika Wesolowski participated in various therapies with her child for years, all which were tailored for children with such needs. She did everything humanly possible to help her child. There is a problem with our judicial system when a fit mother who cares for her child can no longer have her God given right to raise or see her child. Unfortunately this is happening to parents all over the country and it is not being reported enough. A Judicial Inquiry needs to be made into the court system and more parents need to complain about these courts in order for change to occur. Thank you Melissa Diegel and The Liberty Beacon!

  2. A loving parent does not deny their special needs child the help they need. I have two children on the spectrum, one who wasn’t even able to speak. I made sure they got the therapeutic assistance they needed. Medication is not always a necessity but refusing the tried and true therapies that are known to help autistic children isn’t loving, it’s abusive.

  3. THE. FAMILY’S IN OUR COUNTRY NEED. HONEST JUDGES OR. WE AS. A NATION DON’T HAVE A CHANCE !!

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