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By Bob Unruh
The highest court in Sweden has refused even to consider allowing parents to see their now-14-year-old son, who essentially was “state-napped” by social-service workers at age 7 merely because he was homeschooled.
Word of the decision comes from the Home School Legal Defense Association, which has been working with other groups including the Alliance Defending Freedom and lawyer Ruby Harrold-Claesson, of the Nordic Committee on Human Rights, on the case involving Domenic Johansson.
He was taken by force from a jetliner on which he and his parents were planning to move from Sweden to his mother’s native India back when he was seven. The initial allegations were homeschooling, which was legal in Sweden at the time, although officials later added claims that his vaccinations were not up to date, and he needed fillings in his teeth. Click here to continue reading.