Children’s Hospital Kidnaps Sick 4 Year Old From Parents’ Authority for Case Study
According to Hope Schacter, her daughter, 4-year-old Autumn Schall, is being medically kidnapped by Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in Palo Alto, CA.
When doctor’s saw Autumn’s E. Coli infection as a case study, they began a series of drug concoctions that have only led to her decline, even to the point of vomiting blood.
Using drugs such as Lasix, Diarel and Aminophalen has proven dangerous and reckless, yet doctors refuse to heed the pleas of Autumn’s family to extubate her.
To exacerbate the situation, LPCH has called in Child Protective Services, a move typical of medical professionals attempting to intimidate families who don’t agree with the dangerous methods being administered.
Hope Schacter is a former marriage and family therapist and functional nutritional therapist, who now stays home with her children full time.
Her husband, Billy Hall, is law enforcement and a military officer.
They have three wonderful children including four year old Autumn, her toddler brother and newborn baby sister.
Autumn is an exceptional big sister, and the family is desperate to see her restored to health as the magical little girl she’s always been.
Hope and her newborn have been staying with Autumn around the clock to manage her care.
Their family has little support local to the children’s hospital where they are located, so it’s been a lot to shoulder on their family.
Dr Mark Sherwood and Hope Schacter join this episode of Battlefront: Frontline with Dustin Faulkner.
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