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Alabama child services abducts autistic boys damaged by MMR vaccine; starves, forcibly drugs them in foster care

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(NaturalNews) The cries of the innocent who seek justice in today's America are reaching a piercing crescendo. Case after case of unwarranted medical child abduction portends a ruthless totalitarian future for every single parent trying to raise children in this country -- this, as a result of growing oppression from a hostile police state that sees nothing wrong with ripping children away from their parents for no legitimate reason and throwing them into the foster system.

Such a harrowing scenario is exemplified in the ongoing case of Arnold and Alan Cullins, a pair of autistic boys from Alabama who were recently abducted from their birth mother without cause. Alabama's Department of Human Resources (DHR), commonly known in other states as Child Protective Services (CPS), literally snatched the two brothers away from their mother not long after she was admitted to a hospital with cardiac issues, and is now holding them captive.

Alan, the older of the two, had reportedly been developing just fine until he was taken in to get his MMR shot at 18 months old. His mother Dawn reports that, afterward, he developed a high fever that lasted for a week, and instead of giving her instruction on how to properly care for the boy, doctors told her to give him a rotating schedule of both Tylenol and Motrin.

Tylenol, as you may know, which contains the active ingredient acetaminophen, was shown in this study to trigger autism in children who were recently vaccinated. Alan suffered further harm from this drug prescription, but the hospital would not admit him for care.

"I watched him shrink into a shell," recalls Dawn about the damage her son Alan suffered at the hands of the drug and vaccine pushers.

Alan's brother Arnold suffered his own developmental problems as a result of being born with hypoxia. His rough delivery also led to his arm being broken in three places, and along with his brother Arnold, he was diagnosed with autism.

Alan and Arnold's foster parents are black Muslims who hate Christianity and Native American culture

The two boys had been doing just fine, though, at least until their mother Dawn, a Native American and the Alabama Ambassador for the Sokoki Indian tribe, suffered what she believed to be an unexpected heart attack. The boys' father tried to extort money out of "Adaleha" (Dawn's Cherokee name, which means "my sunshine") to watch the boys while she was recovering, which she refused, and this is when things got ugly.

According to MedicalKidnap.com, not even three hours after returning home from the hospital, Dawn was paid a visit by social workers and police who, despite not having a search warrant, demanded to enter her home. The state jackboots proceeded to forcibly remove Alan and Arnold from their mother's home and haul them away, citing "a messy house and dirty children."

Less than three weeks later, the boys were inexplicably transferred about seven hours away into a foster home in Mobile. Dawn says her sons' new foster parents are black Muslims who won't let them talk about God or even speak in their native languages, Cherokee and Lakota.

During one of Dawn's few allowed visits with her sons, she recalls that, when they began dancing around in a circle and singing in their native languages, social worker Tiffany Twyman immediately ordered them to stop, claiming:

"They are nasty words. They are vulgar and vile."

Alan and Arnold's foster parents are also aggressively hostile towards the boys' Christian religion, prohibiting them from saying the name "Jesus." Dawn says that during one particular phone conversation with Alan, his foster "mother" grabbed the phone away from him when he started singing a praise chorus and proceeded to beat him seven times.

"Please, stop!" the boy screamed. "I won't do it again!"

Contact Alabama authorities and demand that Alan and Arnold be returned to their mother

According to reports, the boys are also being drugged with mystery medications unknown to their mother, as well as being forced to eat their meals in the basement. They're also not allowed to tell their mother that they love her.

"Where have their smiles gone?" asks Dawn, who says that prior to the boys' abduction they were healthy, happy and bright children. Now, she says, they have regressed developmentally.

This wouldn't be the first time such abuse has taken place at the hands of the state, and it probably won't be the last. But folks like Dawn Cullins and her boys need to know that they're not alone, and at the end of the day they need our help to find justice.

Dawn has set up a Facebook page entitled "Bring Dawn Adaleha Cullins' Children Home" to help shine more light on the case and hopefully find a resolution. You can access that here:

You can also contact the following authorities in Alabama and demand that Alan and Arnold be given back to their mother:

Alabama Governor Robert Bentley
(334) 242-7100

Dawn Cullins' Senator Jim McClendon
(334) 242-7898

Dawn Cullins' Congressman Ron Johnson
(334) 242-7777

Health Impact News says ICWA, the Indian Child Welfare Association, also have not responded on Alan and Arnold's behalf, even though a number of provisions and laws pertaining to Native Americans have been broken throughout this case.
(503) 222-4044





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