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Shaken Baby Syndrome and Munchausen by Proxy

Parents Blamed for Brain Bleeding Caused by Vaccines

(Part 1 of 3) Munchausen by Proxy: The Medical Profession’s Get Out of Jail Free Card?

by Christina England, Health Impact News

In Memory of Ella D. (Jan 2, 2006 - June 5, 2014)

Over the years I have highlighted a growing number of cases in which the parents of children injured by a vaccine have subsequently been falsely accused of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy. One of the most poignant of cases for me was the case of Ella.

Ella began life as a normal, cheeky, healthy little girl, who enjoyed toddling around and playing with her toys. Sadly all this was to change dramatically soon after she received her eight week routine vaccinations.

Within hours of the vaccinations Ella became weak and feverish, refusing feeds. Worried, her mother Ragna Erlendsdóttir took her daughter to the local hospital where doctors assured her that she had picked up a virus and would be fine.

Not connecting the illness to the vaccinations, and blissfully unaware that this was only the beginning of her daughter’s problems, Ragna took her baby home.

As the months went by, after each vaccination Ella became ill. Convinced that by giving her baby the routine vaccinations she was doing the best that she could do for her child, and on the advice given to her by her doctor, she continued to allow her daughter to receive the vaccinations.

Ragna stated:

“It never occurred to me that her problems could be linked to the vaccinations. I had no one around to tell me about the possible side-effects of vaccines.”

Sadly, Ella’s real problems only became apparent after she received the MMR vaccination at 13 months. Up until this age she had been developing normally, she was beginning to walk and talk, was alert and was reaching all her developmental milestones. After the MMR vaccine however, Ella became very sick indeed after an extremely bad reaction. (continued in part 2: "Physicians Diagnose Ella’s Condition as Vaccine Induced")

(Part 2 of 3) Physicians Diagnose Ella’s Condition as Vaccine Induced

Ragna relayed what happened next:

“Next day her eyes started to move rapidly from side to side, like nystagmus. Her body lost blood without any reason, and she needed a blood transfusion of 500ml. She got very sick, and my poor baby almost died. BUT then it was like an invisible voice and guidance that led me to the possibility that this illness of hers was very likely from the jabs, so I started to think back and everything became clear to me. Namely, that her symptoms were the serious side-effects of vaccinations!”

In a desperate bid to discover the truth, Ragna traveled far and wide to find answers for her daughter. Each time the doctors explained to Ragna that Ella’s condition had been caused through VID or Vaccine Induced Disease.

She managed to get reports from four leading experts from around the world stating that Ella had been damaged by vaccinations.

Here are some excerpts from those reports:

Report 1 was written by Sverrir Bergman MD, DM Consultant Neurologist – March 2010

My diagnosis of Ella ——'s condition is on clinical grounds but supported by some investigation as being that of motor sensory polyneuropathy and involving the brain stem nerves as well as the pheripheral ones. This has been accepted by others before my involvement in this case and Ella —— was subsequently given treatment with immunoglobulins and steroids. To me most likely autoimmune response following vaccination. Suggestive diagnosis of some form of spinal muscular atrophy was never confirmed and later rejected.

Report 2 was written by Shimon Slavin, MD, Professor of Medicine, Medical & Scientific Director The International Center for Cell Therapy & Cancer Immunotherapy.

Currently the patient is totally paralyzed with control only over her eyes and eyelids. Today she is on 24hr assistance with BiPAP breathing.
The patient was seen by various experts and her clinical condition does not fit any known classical neurological syndrome. However, careful anamnesis and the development of her symptoms following vaccination suggest a high probability that her current condition may be the consequence of vaccination induced damage syndrome (VIDS).

In view of a lack of any better suggestion for diagnosis it appears to me that the option of VIDS is very likely the cause of her unusual condition.

Report 3 was written by Sverrir Bergman MD, DM Consultant Neurologist – December 2011

I enclose a copy of my report on Ella ——-. She is severely affected by what is most likely the result of motorsensory neuropathy following immunization. There is much weakness of the limbs and the body, but her brain stem nerves are also affected, and she requires direct gastric feeding and breathing assistance which is not sufficient for her now, and she requires tracheotomy as there is much swelling in her laryngeal region.

Report 4 was written by Harold Buttram MD

Ella ——- I have been gratified to find that hospital and consulting physicians unanimously agreed that Ella ——-’s autoimmune illness was the result of routine childhood vaccines, with the MMR vaccine being the final agent of incapacitation.

(continued in part 3: "Ella is Removed from Mother’s Custody via Munchausen Diagnosis...")

(Part 3 of 3) Ella is Removed from Mother’s Custody via Munchausen Diagnosis on Her Mother

Despite all this evidence, and with Ella so desperately ill and disabled, the authorities decided that Ella was not vaccine damaged at all. In their report, they said that she was suffering from "spinal muscular atrophy," a condition that had already been ruled out by the first expert.

In a desperate bid to quiet Ella’s mother, the authorities used their trump card and accused Ragna of MSBP. They stated that she had endangered Ella’s life by travelling to different experts around the world for assessments, answers and treatments not available in the UK.

Despite lack of evidence backing up their claims, Ella was removed from her mother’s care and put into an institution for the disabled.

Ella Finally Returns Home to Die

After many months of fighting the authorities and several court cases, Ella was returned to her mother. Sadly, their joy of being reunited was short lived. Not long after Ella retuned home to be with her loving family, she suddenly died.

What is Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy?

MSBP is a diagnosis given to a parent or caregiver to describe certain aspects of their behaviour. This behaviour usually includes subjecting what appears to be a previously healthy child to unnecessary painful tests or medical interventions, such as scans, x-rays and surgical procedures, to gain the attention of the medical profession.

Many theories exist as to why women/men would fabricate fictitious illness in their children. The most common theory is that the perpetrators have a personality disorder. Louisa J. Lasher and Mary S. Sheridan wrote in Munchausen by Proxy – Identification, Intervention and Case Management, on page 293, point 3:

“MBP perpetrators may seek attention from a variety of people. As already indicated, this need for attention in one form or another is characteristic of several personality disorders. Those with borderline or dependent personality disorder have a strong need for relationships. The core of histrionic personality disorder is the need for attention from others. People with paranoid personality disorder may seek attention to confirm beliefs or even make ‘converts.’ People with antisocial personality disorder may seek attention as part of a ‘con.’” (2)

No Consistent Agreement on MSBP Diagnosis Among Authorities

There is little professional agreement on what constitutes a MSBP diagnosis and many professionals describe MSBP as different things. There have been debates all over the world on the subject. Some say that it is a mental illness, while others say that it doesn’t even exist.

However, despite the growing controversy, medical professionals worldwide continue to support the MSBP diagnosis, with many believing that parents and caregivers who suffer from the syndrome can be identified using a profile.

No Consistent Agreement on MSBP Diagnosis Among Authorities

There is little professional agreement on what constitutes a MSBP diagnosis and many professionals describe MSBP as different things. There have been debates all over the world on the subject. Some say that it is a mental illness, while others say that it doesn’t even exist.

Dr. Marc Feldman, thought to be a leading expert on the subject, believes that MSBP does exist. He describes what he believes to be the behavior of a person suffering from the condition on his website:

“…….They deliberately mislead others into thinking they (or their children) have serious medical or psychological problems, often resulting in extraordinary numbers of medication trials, diagnostic tests, hospitalizations, and even surgery … that they know are not really needed. In short, factitious disorder, Munchausen syndrome, malingering, and Munchausen by proxy involve illness deception, or ‘disease forgery.’” (3)

In another article by Feldman, Parenthood Betrayed, the Dilemma of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, Feldman explains that MSBP mothers need to feel special and that virtually all have personality disorders. (4)

Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy a Cover for Vaccine Injury

The first ever professional to link Munchhausen Syndrome by Proxy, autism and vaccinations together was psychologist, author and specialist in autism Lisa Blakemore-Brown.  She first began speaking out about her fears and concerns regarding MSBP in 1995. She stated:

“In my first false case the twins I assessed had been born at just over 26 weeks in the mid eighties. They were tiny babies with horrendous complications. The evidence that such premature infants go on to have developmental problems including attention deficits, motor and social impairments is now indisputable, but it was tossed to one side in this MSBP case. One of the early troubling issues for me was that the MSBP accusers initially totally denied that these children had such birth complications! They said this was ‘what the mother said’ and that I had been ‘beguiled’ by ‘listening to the mother.’” [10]

In 1997, Ms. Blakemore-Brown was featured in a 20/20 documentary on the case, aired in New Zealand. It is very clear in the film that the twins had severe problems.

In the same year Ms. Blakemore-Brown wrote a paper in the journal The Therapist, titled False Illness in Children – Or Simply False Accusations? [11]

Her paper describes a tragic case which she had been involved with concerning a child who had developed a dangerously high fever immediately after routine vaccinations. Shortly after, the child began to bang his head, soil himself, and lose all his language ability. After many investigations, the child was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome.

The mother began to suspect that the vaccinations were the root of the child’s problems and decided not to have her other children vaccinated. As time went on, she became desperate for help. She turned to the social services and begged them for respite care because she was finding her elder son difficult to manage. Instead of the help which this mother so badly needed, she was accused of MSBP and her children were taken away from her.

In foster care, the youngest child, a little girl, was vaccinated against the will of her mother. Instantaneously, and tragically, her behaviour deteriorated in the same way as her brother’s, only this time the foster mother had videotapes of before and after vaccinations, to prove the timing of the changes. Despite this evidence, both the younger children were placed into a new family.

Despite her courageous efforts and the controversy surrounding the MSBP diagnosis, parents are still being falsely diagnosed today.

Conclusion: False Accusations of Child Abuse Destroy Lives

These tragedies will keep on occurring until the medical profession accepts that vaccinations can and do cause disabilities, illness and death. Doctors in particular need to STOP, THINK and CHECK before blaming parents. Not all parents wish to harm their children.

When children are taken to the doctors with difficult to diagnose illnesses and disabilities, doctors should always ask their parents about their vaccination status and find out when the child received their last vaccination. This action could save the child’s life.

False accusations of child abuse destroy lives and can rip a loving family apart.

The above was excerpted from the meticulously referenced article by Christina England

Infant, 4 Months, Accidentally Vaccinated With Gardasil - Mother Blamed for Vaccine Injuries and Daughter Medically Kidnapped

Social workers told a Texas mother that Monday was her last visit with her daughter. Aniya Blu Vasquez was medically kidnapped from her family after she became ill following a medical error in which her pediatrician injected her with the Gardasil 9 vaccine intended for her older brother. Aniya was just 4 months old at the time.

A Texas court decided last month that the parental rights of her mother, Anita Vasquez, should be terminated, devastating the family and supporters alike.

When Anita sought medical care for her baby’s symptoms after getting the Gardasil vaccine, she was villainized by Child Protective Services and Child Abuse doctors. Rather than admit that Aniya had medical problems arising from the vaccine that is not approved for children under 10, they accused her mother of having Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy. More

This is an update to the story from 2017: Texas Mom, a Nurse, Fights to Regain Custody of her Daughter Taken away after Gardasil Vaccine Injury

Articles on Vaccine-injury Diagnosed as Shaken Baby Syndrome / Munchausen by Proxy

Doctors/Scientists Challenging Shaken Baby Syndrome Diagnosis

Washington Post (Mar 20, 2015): Since 2001, as a growing number of doctors and scientists began challenging the diagnosis of Shaken Baby Syndrome, more than 200 criminal cases have unraveled. In some cases, charges were dropped or dismissed by prosecutors and judges. In other cases, defendants were found not guilty or their convictions were overturned. Some defendants spent months or years behind bars before they were released. In depth analysis: A Disputed Analysis Imprisons Parents (behind paywall)

Shaken Baby Syndrome: Medical Uncertainty Casts Doubt on Convictions

This paper does not directly implicate vaccines as the cause of SBS symptoms, but shows that due to simple biomechanics, those symptoms could NOT be from shaking a baby unless spinal injury is also present. Thus, in most cases, there must be a cause other than shaking for the subdural/subarachnoid hematomas, retinal hemorrhaging, and brain swelling. See the above articles for info on the role of vaccines in these symptoms. Read article

Three innocent couples share their stories: We were accused of abusing the child we adore!

This article doesn't mention vaccines, but remember that doctors rarely acknowledge vaccine injury. They instead make some other diagnosis, such as in this case where "brittle bones" was attributed to a rare genetic disorder. The fact that brittle bones is a known side-effect of some vaccines was not mentioned. Another vaccine side-effect can be disruption of blood serum sodium regulation which can cause sodium levels to reach dangerous levels. Since doctors are not taught  about that, they accuse parents of force feeding salt to intentionally hurt their child! Read article

Documentary Film Exposes the Myth of Shaken Baby Syndrome 

A film exposing the corruption behind much of the Shaken Baby Syndrome diagnosis used to remove children from the custody of their parents, and in some cases put parents behind bars, is currently making its way through the film festival circuit. The Syndrome is a film produced and directed by Meryl Goldsmith, a Los Angeles-based filmmaker who teamed up with her cousin and investigative reporter Susan Goldsmith as the co-producer and editor. It is Meryl Goldsmith’s feature directorial debut, according to the film’s website. Included in the cast are doctors and law professors.

Here is a description of the film from the film’s website:

Audrey Edmunds, mother of three, spent 11 years in prison for killing a baby she never harmed. And she is not alone. What happens when widely held beliefs based on junk science lead to the convictions of innocent people?

The Syndrome is an explosive documentary following the crusade of a group of doctors, scientists, and legal scholars who have uncovered that “Shaken Baby Syndrome,” a child abuse theory responsible for hundreds of prosecutions each year in the US, is not scientifically valid. In fact, they say, it does not even exist.

Filmmaker Meryl Goldsmith teams with Award-winning investigative reporter Susan Goldsmith to document the unimaginable nightmare for those accused and shine a light on the men and women dedicating their lives to defending the prosecuted and freeing the convicted.

The Syndrome uncovers the origins of the myth of “Shaken Baby Syndrome.” It unflinchingly identifies those who have built careers and profited from this theory along with revealing their shocking pasts. Shaken baby proponents are determined to silence their critics while an unthinkable number of lives are ruined.

Last year (2014) law professor Deborah Tuerkheimer, who is featured in Goldsmith’s film, wrote a an article for Slate about 43-year-old Jennifer Del Prete, a former Illinois day care worker who had served 10 years of a 20 year prison sentence over Shaken Baby Syndrome, but was then released by a federal judge. Tuerkheimer’s article, Finally, a Judge Calls Shaken Baby Diagnosis an “Article of Faith”, stated that the ruling was “one of a growing number that reflect skepticism on the part of judges, juries, and even prosecutors about criminal convictions based on the medical diagnosis of shaken baby syndrome.”

Tuerkheimer went on to write, "The case is also a critical turning point. The certainty that once surrounded shaken baby syndrome… has been dissolving for years. The justice system is beginning to acknowledge this shift but should go further to re-examine and perhaps overturn more past convictions."

Shaken Baby Syndrome or Vaccine-Induced Rickets?

Christina England has written about the work of Dr. David Ayoub, a practicing radiologist from Springfield, Illinois, who has linked healing fractures found on x-rays of children, used to a mistakenly diagnosis Shaken Baby Syndrome, to infantile rickets.  Dr. Ayoub believes that it is not only a poor diet and the lack of sunshine that is responsible for the growing number of children suffering from rickets, but also the growing number of vaccinations containing the adjuvant aluminium.

Dr. Ayoub, an expert on the subject of infantile rickets, has been involved in hundreds of cases of misdiagnosed rickets worldwide and has testified on the behalf of many innocent parents charged with Shaken Baby Syndrome. More

Medical Community Seeks to Silence "The Syndrome" Film

Lauren Kirchner, writing for the Pacific Standard Magazine, discussed the opposition the film has received from the medical community:

Many of the film’s subjects have dedicated their professional lives to gaining attention to updated research on child injuries, and to defending accused abusers in court. For this, they have faced a huge backlash from the doctors and prosecutors who disagree. The filmmakers knew they’d get swept up in that, too. Many film festivals that considered including the film were threatened with litigation, and accused of promoting child abuse, the filmmakers said in a recent interview.

“This is a theme in our film—how the proponents of shaken baby syndrome and abusive head trauma have tried to silence their critics,” Susan Goldsmith says. “And that theme is extending to here and now, to our documentary. I was expecting it. We thought we were helping by uncovering these other medical conditions that can look like abuse, but are not [abuse]. It actually threatens the entire shaken baby syndrome working group and industrial complex.”

Kirchner writes that those who support Shaken Baby Syndrome in the medical field are part of a powerful and influential group, including the American Academy of Pediatrics and the National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome. Before the film’s first screening, they tried to get the Kansas International Film Festival to block the film, calling it “dangerous” even though they had not viewed it.

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