Health Impact News:  Medical Kidnap

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Earlier this year, Beverley Finnegan, age 69, of Newton, Massachusetts, could walk, talk, and discuss the events from the daily newspaper. That was before she was seized from the condo that she shared with her sister. Police and “Elder Protective Services” social workers literally broke down her door to enter her residence, and then forced her into a nursing home, and drugged her against her will. Years before, she had named her sister as her medical proxy, but the state of Massachusetts has ignored her wishes and placed her under guardianship with strangers. Her whole life, everything she had ever known, was gone with the stroke of a judge’s pen. Now, she is on life support, and on Monday, December 18, guardians and their attorneys petitioned the court in the attempt to have Beverley Finnegan euthanized. They go back to court on Friday, December 22. Janet Pidge is fighting for the very life of her beloved sister who is just one court decision away from having her life snuffed out forever.  Read more

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See our other coverage of medical kidnappings of senior citizens:

Medical Kidnapping of Baby Boomer Seniors Not Rare – Now the Norm

Medical Kidnapping of Seniors: A $273 BILLION Industry

Elder Medical Kidnapping in Texas Results in Abuse and Death of Elderly Mother

Husband of Retired Missouri Couple Medically Kidnapped – Estate Plundered to Pay for Unwanted Medical Confinement

95 Year Old WWII Vet Refuses to go to Hospital for Urinary Tract Infection, so Police Shoot and Kill Him

Adult Medical Kidnapping in New York: 1950s Air Force Veteran Held Hostage in Hospital 

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