Unreal: FL Indian Tribe Seizes Non-Indian Dad’s Newborn In The Hospital – What Would You Do?

You’re celebrating a newborn baby coming into the world. And on the second day, you see a court order, telling mom and dad they don’t have custody of their own child. Imagine your outrage.

It’s hard to imagine a more nightmarish scenario than this one.

Why the court order?

It seems the baby’s maternal grandmother doesn’t like the dad.

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The case is complicated because the little tribe of 600 people is considered sovereign. It has its own courts and police.

But the place the tribal detectives EXECUTED that court order was outside their jurisdiction. They were accompanied by two Miami-Dade officers who claim they were misled by the tribal detectives into believing the court order was FEDERALLY-issued, rather than a tribal court order, which carries no authority off the reservation.

Two days after the girl was born, tribal detectives entered Baptist Hospital in Kendall, which is outside the tribe’s reservation, and took Ingrid Ronan Johnson from her parents, Rebecca Sanders and Justin Johnson, sparking outrage from South Florida to Washington, D.C. The Miami Herald reported that the Miccosukee police were accompanied by Miami-Dade officers and carried a court order. Miami-Dade now says its officers were misled.

The parents filed complaints with police, prosecutors and the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, saying the tribal order was concocted by the baby’s grandmother, Betty Osceola, to keep Johnson out of the girl’s life. The tribal order grants custody to Osceola.
Source: Sun-Sentiel

What’s worse, they didn’t even know the health of the baby.

The parents are no longer a couple, but they do both love the baby, and are planning to cooperate and raise her together.

The Herald reports Sanders [baby’s mom] was arrested three years ago for misdemeanor battery on Johnson, and she told the newspaper her mother had pressured her to get a restraining order barring Johnson from the reservation.

Sanders said her mother became agitated when she saw Johnson at the hospital, and that Osceola had hospital security remove him. Johnson said he wouldn’t leave until he saw his baby.

“I remember kissing her forehead and telling her, ‘Daddy will see you soon,'” Johnson said. “I haven’t seen my daughter since.”
Source: Sun-Sentiel

Can you even imagine the horror?

When you get that baby back, you might both want to get out of Dodge and find somewhere better to live, away from her mom.

When it’s time to pack up and move on, even Col Davy Crockett knew where his next destination should be.

“A gentleman from Nacogdoches, in Texas, informs us, that, whilst there, he dined in public with col. Crockett, who had just arrived from Tennessee. The old bear-hunter, on being toasted, made a speech to the Texians, replete with his usual dry humor. He began nearly in this style: “I am told, gentlemen, that, when a stranger, like myself, arrives among you, the first inquiry is – what brought you here? To satisfy your curiosity at once to myself, I will tell you all about it. I was, for some years, a member of congress. In my last canvass, I told the people of my district, that, if they saw fit to re-elect me, I would serve them as faithfully as I had done; but, if not, they might go to h__, and I would go to Texas. I was beaten, gentlemen, and here I am.” The roar of applause was like a thunder-burst. [Louisville Journal.

That sums up the Texan Spirit beautifully.

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When it’s time to pack up and move on, even Col Davy Crockett knew where his next destination should be.

“A gentleman from Nacogdoches, in Texas, informs us, that, whilst there, he dined in public with col. Crockett, who had just arrived from Tennessee. The old bear-hunter, on being toasted, made a speech to the Texians, replete with his usual dry humor. He began nearly in this style: “I am told, gentlemen, that, when a stranger, like myself, arrives among you, the first inquiry is – what brought you here? To satisfy your curiosity at once to myself, I will tell you all about it. I was, for some years, a member of congress. In my last canvass, I told the people of my district, that, if they saw fit to re-elect me, I would serve them as faithfully as I had done; but, if not, they might go to h__, and I would go to Texas. I was beaten, gentlemen, and here I am.” The roar of applause was like a thunder-burst. [Louisville Journal.

That sums up the Texan Spirit beautifully.

And now, you can wear it on a shirt.

Ladies, get yours here.

Don’t worry, we didn’t forget about the Gents:

Get yours here.

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