In possibly the most horrific and disturbing development of the already horrifying child doping scandal going on in Texas, the Florida chapter of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is warning state officials that Florida is host to a law that is allowing child residents of Florida to be taken for a involuntary psychiatric examination, called a Baker Act, and in some cases forcibly injected with drugs with neither the minor nor the parents’ awareness or consent. CCHR notes that this has gone on for several years, and there was a task force created 2017 to investigate the nearly 33,000 incidents of Baker Acts executed on children from 2015 to 2016. The task force did not produce results satisfying CCHR, so the Commission has been holding events to spread information on the topic. The CCHR is a mental health watchdog organization co-founded by the Church of Scientology and psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz.
In response to the recent Investigations and federal court filings exposing the documented psychotropic abuse of immigrant children held at Shiloh Treatment Center south of Houston, and at similar centers, the Florida chapter of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), a mental health watchdog organization co-founded by the Church of Scientology and psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz, is warning officials that this rights violation is also happening across the state to non-immigrant children. CCHR Florida has filed hundreds of complaints with state agencies on the involuntary psychiatric examination, called a Baker Act, of children over the past few years and some of these complaints also involve the drugging of children without parental knowledge or consent.
Shiloh is a government contractor that houses immigrant minors. Investigations led by Reveal News Organization have found multiple instances of children being held down, injected, and told they would not be released or see their parents unless they took medication. Children were also told that they were “only receiving vitamins” rather than mind-altering psychotropic drugs. Click Here to Continue Reading