by Brian Shilhavy, Health Impact News:
Jennifer Guskin was sexually trafficked and suffered Satan Ritual Abuse (SRA) growing up as a child in the U.S. Foster Care system. She was trafficked by the rich and powerful politicians and business leaders in New York and the Washington D.C. area throughout her childhood.
Like many survivors of child sex trafficking in Foster Care, once she became an adult and had her own child, the system again came after her, this time by medically kidnapping her newborn infant daughter.
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As an infant, I was adopted by a family in NY who subsequently sold me to various individuals and entities throughout my childhood.
I’ve been to Epstein Island and on multiple Lolita Express types of flights.
I’ve witnessed high-profile individuals forced to rape children while being filmed under threat of death for themselves and their loved ones.
Shortly after going public with my story, Child Protective Services opened a Substance Exposed Newborn case, even though all drug tests came back negative, and took my child “In case of neglect”.
Their stipulation for her return?
Stop talking on Social Media.
The question becomes – How many other families has CPS done this to? How many times has CPS opened a fraudulent case, taking a child(ren) “In case of neglect”, and lie about key aspects of their case to the court to facilitate the termination of parental rights?
I am not the first. (Source.)
Read our original investigative report on the medical kidnapping of Jennifer’s infant daughter that we published in 2018:
Mother Who Was Sexually Trafficked as a Child in Foster Care Has Her Own Baby Medically Kidnapped – Fears for Her Safety
We reported last June that Jennifer had decided to sue the Baltimore County Department of Social Services Child Advocacy Center, working together with Howard County General Hospital, who took custody of her newborn daughter on false charges of drug abuse.
We made a public appeal for an attorney to come forward to help Jennifer with her case, and I also reached out to my contacts trying to find one to help her, but none were willing to take on her case, so she filed Pro Se.
The defendants filed a motion to dismiss the charges, which could have been the end of the matter.
However, it would appear that Jennifer had a sympathetic Judge assigned to her case, because while the Judge did dismiss the charges against some of the defendants, she did not dismiss them against all the defendants, and gave Jennifer 45 days to refile her complaint with proper legal codes showing how the defendants had violated Maryland laws.
According to Jennifer, the Judge actually told the defendants, “Do you understand that she is claiming that you medically kidnapped her daughter?”
I was shocked when I heard this, as we were the first ones to publicly use the term “medical kidnap” in 2013 when reporting on the Justina Pelletier case, which led to an avalanche of so many parents contacting us with similar stories, that we started MedicalKidnap.com in 2014 to document their stories. This was the first time I had ever heard that a judge sitting on a bench in court used the term.
I am sure that the 2023 Maya Kowalski medical kidnapping case in Florida, made popular by a Netflix movie on this case, has done quite a bit to bring more public awareness of this tragedy happening in the United States.
Sadly, Jennifer probably has very little chance of succeeding in court Pro Se without any attorney, and as the Plaintiff she does not have access to any legal help that one would have access to if they were the defendant in a criminal case, where the system at least supplies a public defender.
Jennifer tells me she is not even seeking compensatory damages, she just wants these crimes to stop, so other children do not have to suffer. In all my dealings with her these past years, not once has she complained and played the “victim card,” but has sought to work hard to expose the corruption in Foster Care.
However, because Jennifer’s civil suit includes claims of criminal activities, such as kidnapping, child trafficking, fraud, assault, and others, this is really the job of Baltimore County State’s Attorney Scott D. Shellenberger, as well as Maryland’s Attorney General, Attorney Anthony G. Brown, who should be investigating these claims of criminal activity, since that is their primary job as prosecutors.