Tennessee

By Nick Poppy

June 17, 2017

Photo:  Georgia Tann orchestrated the seizure of thousands of kids — all under the pretense of doing good.  Special Collections Dept/The Uni

Babies were snatched off the streets by strangers in passing cars. Or taken from day-care centers or church basements where they played. Or stolen from hospitals, right after birth, passed from doctor to nurse to a uniformed “social worker” — before vanishing in an instant.

read more at
http://nypost.com/2017/06/17/this-woman-stole-children-from-the-poor-to-give-to-the-rich/

summary via R3publican

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