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New York Judge Denies Visitation Rights to 3-Yr-Old's Father Based on 'Dangers' of Being Unvaxxed

Calvin Freiburger : Oct 20, 2021

While the mother's attorney celebrated the decision, the father's attorney, Lloyd Rosen, told the Post his client is no "conspiracy theorist ... He has concerns about the vaccine. He's heard about side effects. He once had a bad reaction to a flu vaccine." ...Rosen also said his client has already had COVID-19...

[] In one of the most extreme cases yet of COVID-19 "safety" intruding on Americans' personal lives, a New York judge is citing a man's unvaccinated status as a basis to keep him from seeing his three-year-old daughter. (Image: Unsplash-Tingey Injury Law Firm)

"Here, in-person parental access by defendant is not in the child's best interests, and there are exceptional circumstances that support its suspension," Justice Matthew Cooper wrote in his October 7 ruling in the divorce and custody case, the New York Post reported

The ex-couple's names have not been made public, but the ruling says the mother, with whom the child lives, supervises all visitations between her child and the father due to the father's alleged "history of substance abuse and untreated mental health issues." Notably, however, it was lack of COVID vaccination that prompted Cooper to suspend visitations entirely.

"The dangers of voluntarily remaining unvaccinated during access with a child while the COVID-19 virus remains a threat to children's health and safety cannot be understated," the decision continued. "Unfortunately, and to my mind, incomprehensibly, a sizable minority, seizing upon misinformation, conspiracy theories, and muddled notions of ‘individual liberty,' have refused all entreaties to be vaccinated."

In order to see his daughter, the ruling requires the man to either get vaccinated or "present a weekly PCR test in addition to a biweekly antigen test within 24 hours of a scheduled visit," the Post explained... Subscribe for free to Breaking Christian News here

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