I was watching a Law & Order SVU (based on true story) yesterday, and they tried a woman for murder because she had not vaccinated her son, and he passed the Measles on to another child who died. They said that her choice not to vaccinate is what caused this child's death...
Now, as a parent that doesn't vaccinate, I see it as the parents right to educate and make a choice for their family. I also believe that had the other child received proper treatment there would have been no death.
So, here is the question. Should a parent who does not vaccinate be able to be tried should their choice not to leads to death or injury of their child or another? And on the flip side, does that mean that a parent that chooses to vaccinate should be tried for the same crimes if their child is injured or killed by the vaccines themselves? Or should we simply keep this out of the courts and headlines all together?
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