Mom Files Lawsuit Against Corrupt Public Officials over Parental Rights in Son's Gender Change
Lifesite News reports:
A Minnesota mother sued St. Louis County and other agencies Wednesday for usurping her parental rights because her minor son has been receiving transgender "services" and given narcotic drugs without her consent.
Anmarie Calgaro's involvement has been circumvented numerous times in regard to her 17-year-old son by the local school district, the county public health department and two medical services providers that have given her minor son medical treatment and narcotics for gender reassignment from male to female, national public interest law firm Thomas More Society says.
Each of the defendants have been handling the boy as an emancipated minor despite the absence of court declarations to that effect, according to the legal non-profit, which is representing Calgaro along with the law firm of Mohrman, Kaardal & Erickson, P.A.
"This is an outrageous abuse of power by multiple agencies," Thomas More Society President and Chief Counsel Tom Brejcha stated. "To treat a minor child without either parental consent or a court order of emancipation is a violation of the trust placed upon the human service sector and its governmental oversight agencies. To give a parent no recourse to intervene in this situation is an egregious violation of Constitutional rights."
Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid Clinic told Calgaro's son in June 2015 that he was emancipated without a court order, the Thomas More Society says, even though no legal action has been taken to terminate his mother's parental rights.
Park Nicollet Minneapolis Gender Services gave the boy medical treatment for a sex change and Fairview Health Services provided him prescribed narcotics. The medical services were paid for by St. Louis County Public Health and Human Services.
St. Louis County Schools, Independent School District 2142, is also treating Calgaro's minor son as an emancipated minor without legal declaration, classifying him as an adult with exclusive rights to information and decision-making. The school district has denied Calgaro access to her son's educational records and her legal authority over his educational decision-making.
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