Police State USSA: 2-Year-Old Kidnapped From Veteran Father Because He Used Cannabis To Treat His PTSD Reader 05/12/2018 (Sat) 14:49:49 Id: 5a1c2c No.8352 del
A LESSON TO LEARN: NEVER TALK OR LET "SOCIAL WORKERS" INTO YOUR HOME, EVER! MAKE THEM GET A WARRANT BEFORE A COURT! TYPICALLY THEY MUST LEAVE PEOPLE ALONE IF THEY CAN'T PIN ANYTHING ON THEM IN THE FIRST PLACE!

A 2-year-old girl from Idaho has been snatched from her parents after authorities discovered her father used cannabis to treat his PTSD.

On March 22nd, the Thomas Family of Eagle, Idaho, had their lives torn apart by Child Protective Services.

Medicalkidnap.com reports: https://archive.fo/ZyiyX

Edward Thomas is a 29-year-old, Iraq Veteran of the Army National Guard. He spent a year stationed within a combat zone in Baghdad and suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) caused by what he witnessed during that time.

As we have reported many times here at Health Impact News, military people suffering from PTSD are almost always prescribed a strong cocktail of psych drugs with toxic side effects, and in the U.S. military, vets are committing suicide at a high rate, as we lose more vets to suicide than we do to combat.

Edward Thomas also suffers from a small benign tumor in his brain that has caused several epileptic episodes in the past.

Edward currently works as a customer service representative in Boise, Idaho, to provide for his small family, including his wife of six years, Ashley, and 2-year-old daughter, Zoey. Edward and Ashley are also currently expecting their second daughter, Scarlet, due to arrive June 22nd, 2018.

Ashley is a 27-year-old, disabled mother, that suffers from scoliosis, heart issues, as well as chronic depression and Bipolar disorder.

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