Gestapo Alert: California Cops Take 5-month-old Baby Away From Parents

One California couple is celebrating after a Sacramento county judge ordered their 5-month-old son be taken out of protective custody and transported to a Stanford hospital in Palo Alto, News 10 reported.

The decision came one week after police and Child Protective Services removed Anna and Alex Nikolayev’s son, Sammy, from the couple’s house. The reason: They had sought a second medical opinion for their child.
The Nikolayevs can now see Sammy whenever they want and have control over the child’s medical decisions, but CPS will continue to monitor the situation.

“It’s like a special day for us,” Anna told News 10, a local ABC affiliate. “We’re like a unit with our son again.”
The Nikolayevs, a young Russian couple living in Sacramento, took their 5-month-old son Sammy to Sutter Memorial Hospital in Sacramento when he started to exhibit flu-like symptoms.  But when they arrived at the hospital, the couple became concerned about their son’s treatment, after Anna witnessed a nurse giving Sammy antibiotics – something a doctor had not instructed her to do.

Screen Shot 2013-05-03 at 9.50.24 AMAfter hearing their son needed open heart surgery as soon as possible, the Nikolayevs took Sammy out of Sutter Memorial without a formal discharge and rushed him to Kaiser Parmanente Medical Center in Sacramento, a rival hospital to Sutter.  There, the child was deemed clinically safe to return home with his parents.

But just one day later, the police and CPS arrived to take Sammy from his parents.  He was placed in protective custody, and the parents were granted limited visitation rights.

Read more: foxnews.com

  • Janet

    Those parents are crazy! Their child needed surgery and they refused it!!

    • EWeatherwax

      Apparently he didn’t need it, as the second doctor confirmed. The baby is doing just fine.

    • EWeatherwax

      Apparently he didn’t need it, as the second doctor confirmed. The baby is doing just fine.

    • texas57

      janet, please read the article before you spew

    • mustang

      Janet, you stupid self absorbed anti-American LIBERAL. do the country a favor go get a CAT scan at Sutter, you will then get the brain operation you so obviously need.

    • ggrdr05

      You’re the only one that is CRAZY!!!!!

    • ggrdr05

      You’re the only one that is CRAZY!!!!!

    • ggrdr05

      You’re the only one that is CRAZY!!!!!

    • ggrdr05

      You’re the only one that is CRAZY!!!!!

    • DocJimmy

      Well, Janet;
      It doesn’t look like you scored any points with this one; does it? Suffice it to say – I’ve forgotten more about medicine than you will ever know. I hear the Kenyan Astronaut program is looking for some new “Space Cadets”. Perhaps you could apply for a position there. You seem to be Highly Qualified……

    • DocJimmy

      Well, Janet;
      It doesn’t look like you scored any points with this one; does it? Suffice it to say – I’ve forgotten more about medicine than you will ever know. I hear the Kenyan Astronaut program is looking for some new “Space Cadets”. Perhaps you could apply for a position there. You seem to be Highly Qualified……

    • DocJimmy

      Well, Janet;
      It doesn’t look like you scored any points with this one; does it? Suffice it to say – I’ve forgotten more about medicine than you will ever know. I hear the Kenyan Astronaut program is looking for some new “Space Cadets”. Perhaps you could apply for a position there. You seem to be Highly Qualified……

    • DocJimmy

      Well, Janet;
      It doesn’t look like you scored any points with this one; does it? Suffice it to say – I’ve forgotten more about medicine than you will ever know. I hear the Kenyan Astronaut program is looking for some new “Space Cadets”. Perhaps you could apply for a position there. You seem to be Highly Qualified……

  • Janet

    Those parents are crazy! Their child needed surgery and they refused it!!

  • Janet

    Those parents are crazy! Their child needed surgery and they refused it!!

  • http://clashdaily.com/author/SuzanneReisig/ Suzanne Olden

    Yeah, I’d trust a hospital that gave unprescribed meds with heart surgery. That is just nuts!

  • http://clashdaily.com/author/SuzanneReisig/ Suzanne Olden

    Yeah, I’d trust a hospital that gave unprescribed meds with heart surgery. That is just nuts!

  • http://clashdaily.com/author/SuzanneReisig/ Suzanne Olden

    Yeah, I’d trust a hospital that gave unprescribed meds with heart surgery. That is just nuts!

  • http://clashdaily.com/author/SuzanneReisig/ Suzanne Olden

    Yeah, I’d trust a hospital that gave unprescribed meds with heart surgery. That is just nuts!

  • redwolf6911

    That is Cali all right. Crazy ass liberals running the loony bin. I would NOT have surgery at Sutter either. I would have gotten a second and third opinion. They should have gone through a discharge, but they likely would have endured the same thing.

  • redwolf6911

    That is Cali all right. Crazy ass liberals running the loony bin. I would NOT have surgery at Sutter either. I would have gotten a second and third opinion. They should have gone through a discharge, but they likely would have endured the same thing.

  • redwolf6911

    That is Cali all right. Crazy ass liberals running the loony bin. I would NOT have surgery at Sutter either. I would have gotten a second and third opinion. They should have gone through a discharge, but they likely would have endured the same thing.

  • redwolf6911

    That is Cali all right. Crazy ass liberals running the loony bin. I would NOT have surgery at Sutter either. I would have gotten a second and third opinion. They should have gone through a discharge, but they likely would have endured the same thing.

  • texas57

    i hope a good constitutional attorney steps forward, sues the cps, hospital, police and state. the other hospital said baby was fine. and WHY did all the cops have hands on weapons and act like a holes???? what a piece…effing Nazi country we live in..God save us somehow …

  • texas57

    i hope a good constitutional attorney steps forward, sues the cps, hospital, police and state. the other hospital said baby was fine. and WHY did all the cops have hands on weapons and act like a holes???? what a piece…effing Nazi country we live in..God save us somehow …

  • http://www.facebook.com/shelly.burton.10 Shelly Burton

    Sue the state, big time!

  • http://www.facebook.com/shelly.burton.10 Shelly Burton

    Sue the state, big time!

  • http://www.facebook.com/shelly.burton.10 Shelly Burton

    Sue the state, big time!

  • Talluluh

    Sueing would be a good idea except it would not do you any good in this liberal anti-everything state! Especially the cps,they are an entity all to themselves! They are above the law!

  • Talluluh

    Sueing would be a good idea except it would not do you any good in this liberal anti-everything state! Especially the cps,they are an entity all to themselves! They are above the law!

  • leewacker

    This same thing nearly happened to my granddaughter! She had had a child with a boyfriend just before they broke up. When she and a former love decided to get married, the boyfriend started playing dirty tricks–even to claiming she had mistreated the child. He took the baby to a hospital with the claim she was ill, the doctor backed the mother up–then he called the police on my granddaughter because she showed up at the hospital to get her baby back—which the boyfriend had promised. The newlyweds talked to the police and the doctor, and learned the baby was fine—but the boyfriend was doing his best to frame the mother. The upshot of the whole thing was that she and the baby had to stay with us for six months, while the husband, who was in the Army faced deployment to Afganistan.(This happened right after 9/11!) The matter was finally resolved, but there were a lot of odd things as far as I was concerned: Why did the judge hold my granddaughter to a strict code of conduct as far as the court was concerned, but allowed the boyfriend to come in (twice) late, and also rather tipsy, with never a word. Nor did the judge require him to have an attorney–but she had to have one. He was also allowed to act as his own counsel, but not her. SHE was required to have all sorts of medical forms, other legal forms, etc., but he wasn’t—never have figured all that out, but, the fact the husband was in the Army swung the day—the child was given to her with full custodial rights—the boyfriend was supposed to pay child support—none showed—and everything turned out fine.

  • leewacker

    This same thing nearly happened to my granddaughter! She had had a child with a boyfriend just before they broke up. When she and a former love decided to get married, the boyfriend started playing dirty tricks–even to claiming she had mistreated the child. He took the baby to a hospital with the claim she was ill, the doctor backed the mother up–then he called the police on my granddaughter because she showed up at the hospital to get her baby back—which the boyfriend had promised. The newlyweds talked to the police and the doctor, and learned the baby was fine—but the boyfriend was doing his best to frame the mother. The upshot of the whole thing was that she and the baby had to stay with us for six months, while the husband, who was in the Army faced deployment to Afganistan.(This happened right after 9/11!) The matter was finally resolved, but there were a lot of odd things as far as I was concerned: Why did the judge hold my granddaughter to a strict code of conduct as far as the court was concerned, but allowed the boyfriend to come in (twice) late, and also rather tipsy, with never a word. Nor did the judge require him to have an attorney–but she had to have one. He was also allowed to act as his own counsel, but not her. SHE was required to have all sorts of medical forms, other legal forms, etc., but he wasn’t—never have figured all that out, but, the fact the husband was in the Army swung the day—the child was given to her with full custodial rights—the boyfriend was supposed to pay child support—none showed—and everything turned out fine.

  • leewacker

    This same thing nearly happened to my granddaughter! She had had a child with a boyfriend just before they broke up. When she and a former love decided to get married, the boyfriend started playing dirty tricks–even to claiming she had mistreated the child. He took the baby to a hospital with the claim she was ill, the doctor backed the mother up–then he called the police on my granddaughter because she showed up at the hospital to get her baby back—which the boyfriend had promised. The newlyweds talked to the police and the doctor, and learned the baby was fine—but the boyfriend was doing his best to frame the mother. The upshot of the whole thing was that she and the baby had to stay with us for six months, while the husband, who was in the Army faced deployment to Afganistan.(This happened right after 9/11!) The matter was finally resolved, but there were a lot of odd things as far as I was concerned: Why did the judge hold my granddaughter to a strict code of conduct as far as the court was concerned, but allowed the boyfriend to come in (twice) late, and also rather tipsy, with never a word. Nor did the judge require him to have an attorney–but she had to have one. He was also allowed to act as his own counsel, but not her. SHE was required to have all sorts of medical forms, other legal forms, etc., but he wasn’t—never have figured all that out, but, the fact the husband was in the Army swung the day—the child was given to her with full custodial rights—the boyfriend was supposed to pay child support—none showed—and everything turned out fine.

  • leewacker

    This same thing nearly happened to my granddaughter! She had had a child with a boyfriend just before they broke up. When she and a former love decided to get married, the boyfriend started playing dirty tricks–even to claiming she had mistreated the child. He took the baby to a hospital with the claim she was ill, the doctor backed the mother up–then he called the police on my granddaughter because she showed up at the hospital to get her baby back—which the boyfriend had promised. The newlyweds talked to the police and the doctor, and learned the baby was fine—but the boyfriend was doing his best to frame the mother. The upshot of the whole thing was that she and the baby had to stay with us for six months, while the husband, who was in the Army faced deployment to Afganistan.(This happened right after 9/11!) The matter was finally resolved, but there were a lot of odd things as far as I was concerned: Why did the judge hold my granddaughter to a strict code of conduct as far as the court was concerned, but allowed the boyfriend to come in (twice) late, and also rather tipsy, with never a word. Nor did the judge require him to have an attorney–but she had to have one. He was also allowed to act as his own counsel, but not her. SHE was required to have all sorts of medical forms, other legal forms, etc., but he wasn’t—never have figured all that out, but, the fact the husband was in the Army swung the day—the child was given to her with full custodial rights—the boyfriend was supposed to pay child support—none showed—and everything turned out fine.

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