by Health Impact News/ Staff

A Maryland couple followed the advice of their doctors, and now their baby has been taken away from them by Child Protective Services.

First time parents, Jennifer Guskin and Scott McFalls, were concerned about their baby’s weight, but none of the three pediatricians they consulted noticed that baby Iris had a tongue and lip tie.

By the time they found a doctor who figured it out, CPS had already decided to take their baby from them.

It is the kind of nightmare scenario that could happen to any family. Doctors may not always be able to figure out why a child isn’t gaining weight, but as soon as the baby is diagnosed with failure to thrive, Child Protective Services is often quick to blame the parents and seize the child.

Unlike most families, Jennifer Guskin and Scott McFalls know all too well what kinds of horrors possibly face children taken by CPS and put into foster care. Jennifer was adopted as a baby herself, and she has recently gone public with horrific details about her childhood and how she became a victim of child sex trafficking and experimentation.

Jennifer and Scott recognize the danger that their baby is in, and that thought terrifies them.
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Mother Trafficked as a Child and Suffered Unimaginable Horrors – “A Human Experiment”

Not long before Child Protective Services and the police showed up on their doorstep, Jennifer Guskin released the first two in a set of YouTube videos in which she had began to talk about some of what she went through growing up in foster care, and part of a nationwide pedophile sex trafficking operation.

The videos describe allegations of unimaginable horrors of child sex trafficking and experimentation, and a pedophilia network that allegedly reaches to highest levels of government and society.


They are on YouTube on her channel, “AHumanExperiment.”

These videos reveal a dark underbelly of corruption and evil on a level that most of us cannot even fathom. They are things that should never happen to another human being, let alone small children and babies.

When a victim, such as Jennifer, decides to go public with such atrocities, most of the public, which is totally unaware that such things are happening in the U.S., will have a hard time believing that these accounts are true. The abusers and perpetrators of these child sex trafficking networks use their influence and power to silence the abused, and it is often difficult or impossible to expose them.

But during the past year or so, some of this information is finding its way to the public.