Teen boy FORCED to take estrogen in juvie without parents’ consent grew enlarged breasts, lawsuit claims

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16-07-20 06:46:00,

A 16-year-old boy was prescribed and pressured into taking estrogen as treatment while at a Los Angeles County juvenile hall. His parents are now suing, claiming they were never consulted or made aware of the doctor’s decision.

Two days after being arrested and taken to Eastlake Juvenile Hall last June, the teenager who is referred to as “J.N.” in the suit (his name is being kept private because he is a minor) was diagnosed with oppositional defiant disorder (ODD).

A doctor at the juvenile facility prescribed estrogen as a treatment for the disorder, though the lawsuit describes this plan as highly “experimental” since ODD is typically dealt with through therapy — and estrogen can have unintended consequences if given to a teenager whose hormone levels will already be fluctuating.

Medical records show the 16-year-old had high testosterone levels when he entered the juvenile hall, but this would be typical for a male of his age. 

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After 13 doses of estrogen (he was supposed to receive 30), the boy was diagnosed with gynecomastia, which is the swelling or enlargement of the breast tissue in males when estrogen levels are too high. The condition led to teasing by others in the juvenile facility and the teen also experienced mood swings and pimple breakouts all over his body.

Despite being a minor, the boy’s parents claim they were not only never informed of the estrogen treatment, but they were also not told about any sort of mental illness diagnosis. The boy’s father discovered his son was taking pills one month after he had been incarcerated and was immediately furious.

“When I found out they were giving him the pill, I was like, ‘why didn’t they ask me?’” he said. “He’s only 16, and they were forcing him to take it.”

The boy claims that even he was not told what the medication was, but that he was informed he could not refuse it and felt pressured by the staff, including his own probation officer.

Asked whether the doctor,

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Do Masks Even Work? Can You Be Forced To Wear One? Dr. Kaufman Weighs In – Activist Post

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22-06-20 10:49:00,

By Spiro Skouras

We are beginning to see more and more mask mandates being rolled out, which raises many questions. Does wearing a mask offer protection from the virus? Does wearing a mask for extended periods of time pose any risk to your health? Can the government or employers really make you wear a mask?

In this interview, Spiro is joined by Dr. Andrew Kaufman to discuss these issues in addition to another concerning aspect regarding mandated masks.

Are we being conditioned to accept other mandates? If they can make you wear a mask, what will they make you do next? Mandatory testing? Mandatory vaccination? Do not miss this important interview!

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Dr. Andrew Kaufman’s Website
https://www.andrewkaufmanmd.com

Department of Labor & OSHA
https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/standardinterpretations/2007-04-02-0

Department of Labor & OSHA
https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/covid-19/covid-19-faq.html#cloth-face-coverings

Universal Masking in Hospitals in the Covid-19 Era
https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp2006372?query=TOC

A Cluster Randomised Trial of Cloth Masks Compared With Medical Masks in Healthcare Workers
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25903751/

The Physiological Impact of Wearing an N95 Mask During Hemodialysis as a Precaution Against SARS in Patients With End-Stage Renal Disease
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15340662/

Masks Don’t Work: A Review of Science Relevant to COVID-19 Social Policy
https://www.rcreader.com/commentary/masks-dont-work-covid-a-review-of-science-relevant-to-covide-19-social-policy

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It’s Time to Break Up the Forced Child-Bride Marriage… | Light On Conspiracies – Revealing the Agenda

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16-09-18 08:01:00,

By Patricia Burke

In 2009, utilities across the U.S. began installing new two-way wireless electric smart meters on homes. With economic stimulus funding from the federal government, investor-owned utilities were all too happy to have a shovel-ready scheme and a guaranteed rate of return on investment. Citizens were told that the meters would give them “more control over their energy usage.”

Investors were happy, buoyed by state and local regulations encouraging (and in some cases mandating) customers to accept radio-frequency emitting meters for gas, water, and electricity, with additional earnings from the wireless networks that collect the data, software, planned obsolescence, and other growth indicators.

Smart meters appealed to clean energy proponents, too. The narrative is that the meters are necessary in order to integrate more renewables into the grid, particularly solar. To address climate change, or to make electricity more sustainable, or to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, smart meters got hitched to the narrative for solar and other renewables. Approvals for smart meters started sailing through public utility commission hearings across the country, starting in California, Texas, and Maine. Environmental groups including the Sierra Club, National Resources Defense Council, and the Environmental Defense Fund provided compelling testimonies in favor of the grid technologies and smart meters.

When Hurricane Sandy slammed into the New Jersey shoreline in 2012,[1] modernizing the grid became an emergency. Smart meters and a smarter grid were again promoted as a “necessary” response to climate change, and the phrase “hardening the grid” made its way into the parlance of the “robust architecture” of smart meters.  Images of the wrath of the hurricane were linked to promises that the smart meters would prevent billions in costs caused by outages.

Illinois was one of the states that established itself as a business leader by promoting smart meters as an economic driver, at one point pushing the math that the grid could be completely modernized for somewhere around $3.00 per month per customer.  In 2013, when he voiced concerns for costs to ratepayers, the pro-business Illinois Legislature overrode Governor Pat Quinn’s attempt to veto the deployment of smart meters. [2] He lost his bid for re-election.

The non-profit Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative was eventually formed, and expert analysts published white papers and resources for policy makers.  

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