Muslim mother refused to immunise her children because she said vaccines contained PORK
FOUR children will be immunised despite their Muslim mother refusing to consent because she said the vaccines contained pork gelatine.
Judge Carol Atkinson said the youngsters – boys aged six and nearly eight months and girls aged four and two – had a “variety of outstanding immunisations”.
She did not say what diseases the immunisations related to.
The judge, who made the immunisation decision following a family court hearing in London, concluded that the woman had a “paranoid view of the world”.
Social workers had asked her to make rulings on a number of welfare issues – including where the children should live.
The children’s parents, both in their twenties, had separated, the judge heard.
The children had been living with their mother, who is British, in London.
But the judge heard that the youngsters had been taken into police protection after concerns were raised about their care.
And she concluded that the youngsters should live with their Somalian-born father, who was also based in London.
She said he would have support from social workers – and said the children should stay in contact with their mother.
Judge Atkinson in a ruling said: “These children have a variety of outstanding immunisations.
“The mother has refused her consent
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