Sunday, January 23, 2022

‘I don’t know where she is’: 7-year-old kidnapped by her father, who doesn’t want her to get vaccinated

For two months, MaryCar Jackson has been trying to find her seven-year-old daughter, who she says was taken to an undisclosed location by her ex-husband because he didn’t want the girl to have COVID. Be vaccinated against 19.

Now, Regina, the Sask-area mother is turning to the public for help in a desperate bid to find the young girl.

“In a pandemic, we just want to be with our family. We just want everyone to be safe and I don’t know where he is,” Jackson told CTV National News.

“It is not good for a seven-year-old to be in hiding. It just breaks my heart. ,

Jackson’s ex-husband, Michael, refused to back seven-year-old Sarah after a visit in November. MaryCar wanted her daughter to be vaccinated; Michael, who is against the vaccine, did not do so.

Marikar believes that Sarah is being kept out of school and in hiding, from the other children.

Meanwhile, Michael appeared on a right-wing talk show from an undisclosed location last week to discuss his views against vaccines. During the interview, uploaded to the online platform Rumble, he and the host exchanged unsubstantiated and unproven stories about COVID-19 vaccines, including false claims that the mRNA vaccine alters human DNA.

“I’m his father, it’s my job to protect him,” he says in the video.

“Even if there is a one in a million chance that your daughter may not die, but a one in a million chance that she may not have a child, wouldn’t that be enough?”

The missing girl is visible in the background for most of the interview. At one point, the host asks if the daughter needs the vaccine, at which point her father points the camera at her.

“It can change your DNA. I don’t believe God wants me to. And it can make you sick and kill you,” the girl said.

The Saskatchewan RCMP says they are investigating but would not comment further on the matter.

Her mother says she still wants her daughter to be vaccinated, but says her main concern is that she can return home safely. She says that she is ready to take the decision in court and let a judge decide.

Family lawyer Lawrence Pinsky in Winnipeg, Man., says such vaccine-related disputes are becoming more common in Canada as the pandemic continues.

,[This] That has changed over time and has become an issue regarding vaccination where people are asking the court to either vaccinate or restrict their children’s vaccinations,” Pinsky told CTV National News.

“But courts across the country have been very clear, but especially in Manitoba, the initial belief is that vaccination is in the best interest of a child.”

In September, in a court case in Saskatchewan involving divorced parents who disagreed over the issue of vaccines, the judge ultimately sided with the father, who wanted his 13-year-old daughter to be shot.

In December, a judge in Alberta ruled in favor of a woman who was fighting with her ex-husband over whether their children would be vaccinated against COVID-19, the first of its kind in the province. is the case.

In a similar case in Quebec, a Superior Court judge ruled in favor of a mother who wanted to vaccinate her 12-year-old child against the father’s wishes.

“There may be an unusual case where a parent may be able to prove that the vaccine is not necessary for a particular child, that would be extremely rare and you would have to bring strong evidence,” Pinsky said.

“Theoretically, there would be a case if one could show some medical cause with particular evidence. Otherwise it would be assumed that vaccines are in the best interest of the child.”

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