It has been less than a few days since Rebecca Bredow walked out of a Michigan jail, time served for refusing to vaccinate her son, and into a court hearing whereas she was informed that she had lost primary custody of her son. The son that was now vaccinated by the state. Now another mother is staring down a similar fate.
Lori Matheson is also refusing to vaccinate her daughter, who she says that genetic tests show her daughter is pre-disposed to genetic autoimmune injuries.
Lori Matheson is objecting to a friend of the court order that found her daughter should get vaccinated.
She argues her family is pre-disposed to auto-immune injuries and a "23 and Me" genetic test will show that, and that the test should have been done before the referee made their determination.
The attorney for her daughter's father says the daughter's doctor recommended the vaccines and said her church allows them.
Matheson is in court on the singular dispute of vaccinations. There is no legal agreement between the two regarding the matter. In this case, however, similar to Bredow's case, the father does not have custody yet wants to vaccinate fully. One almost has to wonder if this will now be a strategy to gain joint of full custody for parents who desire such. It would seem so far, a judge is predisposed to side with the vaccinating parent no matter what level of custody is granted.