by Health Impact News/MedicalKidnap.com Staff
Nyhariah Mack’s battle to live has ended. She passed away Thursday afternoon, December 7, 2017. The little girl with a very rare chromosomal disorder was full of life when a doctor and hospital enlisted Georgia’s Child Protective Services to seize her from her mother a year and a half ago.
At the time, she had no issues, just a rare medical condition that made her tiny and delayed her development. Shortly after going into “protective” custody, her health rapidly declined. She was subjected to unnecessary, experimental surgeries.
Her mother, Jasmin Mack, has been fighting the system ever since to get her back home to their home state of Florida. She has tried, “from Day 1,” to get her sent back to Florida to the doctors who cared for her before the fateful decision for the family to move to Georgia. Jasmin has told us many times that she believed that her daughter would get better if only they would let her come home.
On Thursday morning, Nhyariah’s heart stopped, but they were able to get her back again. We spoke with Jasmin in the early afternoon, and she was still trying to get doctors and the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) to allow her to transfer back to Pensacola, Florida.
By 5 p.m., sweet Nhyariah was gone, leaving behind many broken hearts. The tiny girl with the smile that lit up the whole room has lost her final battle.
See her original story here:
Beloved Child – So Full of Life
For months, doctors at Egleston Children’s Hospital at Emory in Atlanta have been saying that she didn’t have long to live, and that they wanted to put her into hospice care.
Just two months and a day before her death, our reporter and other advocates visited her and filmed the bubbly child in her hospital room. It became abundantly clear then that Nhyariah was full of life. Like every normal person who meets her, we fell in love with her, inspired by her spunk and playful spirit. Her determination to live was palpable.
Her mother’s love and dedication to her baby girl was readily apparent, leaving us wondering how anyone could accuse this almost Madonna-like mother of anything wrong toward her child. Indeed, the allegations against her, that she missed doctors’ appointments, thus neglecting her care, were easily demonstrated to be false. It appears that this evidence has simply been ignored by DFCS and the courts.
Was There Another Agenda at Play Here?
As we originally reported, their first doctor visit in Georgia was supposed to be a routine appointment with a GI (gastroenterology) doctor, Dr. Gayathri J. Tenjarla.
The doctor reportedly came into the room and looked at the chart (not her daughter), then spoke the chilling words that Jasmin will never forget:
Oh! I have some friends next door that would LOVE to see you!
Jasmin told Health Impact News that “from that, I knew that she had noticed my daughter’s disability.” It appeared to her that Nhyariah was little more than a science experiment to her, because of her fascinatingly rare medical condition.
The doctor insisted that Nhyariah be admitted to the hospital immediately, even though she was not sick or having any issues. She was merely small for her age, something that her previous doctors recognized as a part of her chromosomal disorder.
Doctors began running all sorts of tests and changed her feeding regimen. After spending a week with her daughter in the hospital, Jasmin says that security guards came in and dragged her out of her daughter’s room and made her leave. DFCS seized custody of Nhyariah, and Jasmin has been fighting to free her daughter ever since.
Despite all her efforts, her little girl is gone now.
One of Nhyariah’s aunts posted on Facebook:
My niece had no issues! They need to be shut down….
Many family, friends, and supporters believe that the doctors and hospital at Emory took her in order to experiment on her, since her condition was so rare – only a little over a hundred people worldwide have the diagnosis of Trisomy 9.
Her tonsils were removed only a couple of weeks after she was seized, providing tissue that scientists were free to use in experiments. What else might they have done to this little girl behind closed doors?
It has been apparent to her mother since the beginning that there were some within this whole ordeal that saw her child as nothing more than a guinea pig, a lab rat to be used for scientific experimentation.
Human Rights Safeguards Bypassed
The world forbade human experimentation without informed consent after the Holocaust, and the Nuremburg Code was put into place by the international community to ensure that the Nazi-era type experimentation could never again happen. The code was designed to protect humanity from such human rights violations.
However, there are those within the medical and pharmaceutical community who have found a way to bypass the Nuremburg Code safeguards. By allowing social workers and GALs to act in the place of parents and give consent for foster children to be used in medical experimentation, children who are wards of the state (foster children) may legally be used as medical lab rats in America, without their parents’ knowledge or consent.
Thus, children like Nhyariah, Justina Pelletier , Baby Steffen , Isaiah Rider , the Diegel sisters , Christopher Brown , and countless others can and have been legally used, in the United States of America, in medical experimentation, bypassing their parents’ refusal simply by working with Child Protective Services to seize them from their families.
Nhyariah is the latest casualty of this battle called Medical Kidnapping.
See more of Nhyariah’s story here:
Is This Medically Kidnapped Girl in Atlanta Being Murdered for Medical Research Due to Rare Genetic Disorder? 
Watch Terri LaPoint discuss Nhyariah’s death and medical kidnapping:
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