Outrage: Nurse Taped Newborn Baby’s Mouth Shut To Keep Him From Crying

Outrage: Nurse Taped Newborn Baby’s Mouth Shut To Keep Him From Crying

Some stories are too disgusting to believe but this nurse stepped over the line in the nursery.

baby mouth taped

When Ryan Noval’s wife went to check on her 7-day-old baby, Yohannes, in a hospital nursery, she was appalled by what she saw: a piece of tape sealing the baby’s lips to keep him from crying. Mr. Noval filed a complaint against the nurse and posted a picture of the incident on Facebook.

Noval described the shocking experience:

Meet my son Yohannes Noval!! He cannot speak about his horrific experience from the attending nurse’s hands inside Maternity Hospital’s nursery…so we have to speak out for him.

If you think your new born babies are safe, think again. Your babies could be silent victims and you will never really know about it!!!

When the mother asked the nurse why she felt the need to tape Yohannes’ mouth shut, she replied that he was too noisy and had been crying non-stop. But isn’t that just what newborn babies do? Perhaps this nurse should rethink her career choice…

Very scary that it makes sense to this nurse to tape a babies mouth shut and watch it struggle there. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised seeing how medical professionals worldwide have assisted with the murder of over a billion unborn babies because they weren’t considered a person… this infant isn’t so far away from being an embryo in this nurses mind anyway.

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