Government-run gun confiscation kickback program exposed
August 30, 2013
Reading a hunting magazine in New York may lead your doctor to consider you a threat.
In a series of events, which amplify the fallacy of the “see something, say something” snitch campaign, Ulster County resident Damir Juric’s visit to the hospital destroyed his life.
In a YouTube interview, Juric said he was given a hunting magazine to read while at the hospital.
Juric said, “The magazine had a property of Benedictine Hospital sticker on it.” According to Juric, when a physician saw this, he immediately considered him a threat, which subsequently led him to lose his daughter, reputation, employment and safety.
Earlier this year, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo demanded psychiatrists turn over all medical records to the state, bestowing upon bureaucrats the power to divide families and grow CPS simply by declaring parents “mentally incompetent,” with intentional disregard to patient privacy laws.
Since Juric’s nightmare began, the New York Supreme Court has ruled that the physician in his case had no evidence and breached confidentiality. Although the State of New York’s Children and Family Services has cleared Juric as of 2012, the Ulster Family Court has thus far refused to reverse the order which would clear Juric’s name and allow him to see his daughter. They instead issued a warrant for his arrest for unpaid child support.
An embattled Juric recently told Infowars, “They have drained me of everything, I didn’t think this could happen in America.”
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