Sunday, May 24, 2009

Guardian Wants Justice

One night, the 15-year-old girl Barry Snyder calls his grandchild left to go to a friend's home for a sleepover, and by the next morning the girl had overdosed and was comatose in the hospital.

A little more than a month later, Snyder, has gone public to let Central Florida know that the teenager is alive but suffers from lasting health issues. He also insists that many of the adults responsible for her condition remain free of criminal charges.

Snyder: "I believe ultimately the adults that gave her drugs are to blame. These people will be brought to justice either by the actions of men or the promise of God."

Snyder, the teenage girl's guardian, allowed her to spend the night at an old friend's home in Groveland on April 10 and 11, but the two girls ended up going out with adult men who purchased drugs and alcohol. And now, he says, she will never be the same.

Full Article and Source:
Guardian of teenage girl who overdosed wants justice


Anonymous said...

You never know what's possible with the right treatment. The standard MD's are limited by following the standard protocol, often with little time or interest to go beyond. Go to the site (American College for Advanced Medicine) You will find MD's that are above average and go beyond the standard protocol. I know for example, a drug called Piracetam, which has been prescribed in Europe, etc. for over 40yrs. is never prescribed under standard protocol here. It is used for head injury, alcohol damage, dementia, stroke, etc. and has improved all those conditions. It is SAFE. I have used it and it helped my mother's dementia. Find an MD at the website I noted above.

Anonymous said...

I am sorry, it seems she will never be the same.

I hope there is something that can be done for her. Thank you, Anonymous, for your suggestion.