There's good news to report today on the 'Baby Sammy' case in California after CPS went into a family's home and took their child away after the parents sought a second medical opinion. The state now says CPS will no longer monitor the Nikolayev family.
A California lawmaker is now calling for a full audit of the state’s Child Protective Services after the agency helped police take a 5-month-old baby boy from his parents. As Megyn Kelly reported throughout this week, police ripped little Sammy from his home after his parents, Anna and Alex Nikolayev, told the hospital that was treating him that they wanted a second opinion on his condition.
Earlier this week, America Live brought us the unbelievable story of a California couple from Russia who watched as CPS and police took their five-month-old son, Sammy, from their home and placed him in protective custody. The incident arose out of a dispute between the parents and a doctor at a local hospital, who told them their son needed emergency heart surgery.
We're hearing more details about an incredible story out of California, where a couple watched as Child Protective Services came to their house and took away their five-month-old baby. Anna and Alex Nikolayev were told by doctors that their son, Sammy, urgently needed open heart surgery. They wanted a second medical opinion, but took him out of the hospital without a formal discharge.