? 美国 密西根州的一位母亲，拒绝执行法官让她儿子接种疫苗的判决，被判7天监禁。
A mother in the US state of Michigan has been sentenced to seven days in jail after she refused a judges order to have her son vaccinated.
Rebecca Bredow would not let her nine-year-old be immunised after initially agreeing with the father to do so.
Her ex-husband has now been awarded temporary primary custody in order to get the boy the jab.
Michigan parents are legally allowed to skip or delay their childrens vaccinations due to personal beliefs.
But Bredow fell foul of the law because she reneged on agreements with her former spouse dating back to November 2016 to have the boy immunised.
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The mother-of-two was sentenced on Wednesday for contempt of court after flouting a court order last week to have her son vaccinated.
She and her ex-husband decided at the time of their childs birth that they would space out and delay jabs for their son.
The couple separated in 2008, according to ABC News, but they shared parental custody and the father still wanted the boy vaccinated.
Oakland County Court Judge Karen McDonald said that even though Bredow was the childs primary caregiver: "Dad gets a say."
Bredow, from the Detroit suburb of Ferndale, said in court on Wednesday: "I am an educated vaccine-choice mother."
She argued that to immunise her son "goes against my beliefs".
"I would rather sit behind bars standing up for what I believe in, than giving in to something I strongly dont believe in," Bredow added.
Anti-vaccination advocates - whose claims have been widely debunked by the medical community - fear the procedure exposes children to harm, and could be the cause of autism.
Child immunisation rates in Michigan are among the worst in the nation, ranking 43rd among the 50 US states, according to Mlive.