'A Connecticut State Supreme Court has ruled that the state can force a 17-year-old cancer patient to receive chemotherapy treatments against her will. The ruling is a victory for the pharmaceutical industry which may soon translate into forced vaccinations and drug therapy if higher courts believe parents are legally neglecting their children.
The court found that the state had not violated the rights of a 17-year-old identified as Cassandra C., who's receiving forced chemotherapy for Hodgkin's lymphoma.
It's a staunch reminder that the the pharmaceutical industrial complex has a firm hold on law enforcement, the judicial system and the highest levels of law which now supersede the rights of any human being.
This precedent is one of many examples violating real law in an effort to hold the United States hostage to a tightly woven national security complex, which directly includes the largest military complex, and indirectly the largest pharmaceutical complex in the world. It is a self-serving bureaucracy composed of many corporate interests including banks that serve their own financial ends by enforcing their will on others regardless of public perception or human rights.'