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(NaturalNews) In yet another shocking case of what has become commonly termed "medical kidnapping," Child Protective Services authorities recently took action against the William Rembis family of Plano, Texas. Eleven children were removed from the home after the CPS was called in by neighbors, who were concerned that the children were left without adequate supervision when William, Sr. left with the youngest child to briefly to visit his wife, Claire, in the hospital, while 16-year-old William, Jr. and the older siblings took care of the younger ones.

When the CPS raid occurred at the home on July 7, Claire Rembis was recovering from a pancreatitis attack that required her to be hospitalized for three days. Although the "well-meaning" neighbors and CPS authorities deemed the older children unable to take care of the youngest, William, Jr. disagrees.

He is quoted as saying:

I'm equipped to do this. I've grown up in a big family, and I know how this works. I know my siblings. I know how to work with them. I was able to take care of them just fine. It's not that hard – if they're hungry, get them some food. We're able to manage it.

Nevertheless, CPS took the children into custody, but later released them after the raid was determined to be illegal.

However, CPS authorities have issued the parents a long list of demands after initially attempting to accuse them of keeping a messy home, neglecting the health of the children and leaving them unsupervised in "an emergency situation."

After all these charges proved to be essentially untrue, CPS began focusing on the fact that the children are homeschooled.

Unreasonable demands

The long list of requirements that need to be fulfilled so that the Rembis family can remain together includes a number of unreasonable and difficult demands, many of which violate their legal rights. For example, homeschooling is legal and unregulated in Texas under laws that classify homeschools as private schools. However, CPS is demanding that the family accept mandatory "services" that include (among others) intensive parenting courses, psychological examinations for the children, medical tests and treatment, detailed reporting on the homeschooling methods and curriculum used, and permission for CPS authorities to inspect the home whenever they choose.

CPS even questioned Claire's breastfeeding of her youngest child, Enoch, aged six. To illustrate the ridiculously invasive demands of the CPS, Claire is now required to "maintain a daily feeding log of every feeding, noting the amount, time, and duration of feedings, as well as log all spit-up."

She must submit the log daily via email to the assigned CPS social worker.

As if things couldn't become any worse, the Rembis family is now being forced to find a new place to live.

From Health Impact News.com:

They also have to find a house to move to, and move, by August 8, because a police officer who accompanied the social worker decided to phone the Rembis' landlord and allegedly accused them of violating their lease. They received the eviction notice the day after the children were seized. When no lease violations were found, the landlord reportedly decided not to renew their lease. They still have to move.

As harsh and extreme as this case sounds, the Rembis family's dilemma is all too common. Across the country, medical kidnappings and instances of CPS harassment towards innocent, healthy families are on the increase, particularly when the families involved dare to educate their children at home.

How can a free society justify such treatment of normal, loving families such as the Rembis clan? No government agency should ever be given such sweeping powers over a family's child-rearing choices. If you'd like to support the Rembis family in their struggle to stay together, visit their Facebook page.


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