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SAN ANGELO, Texas - A state appellate court has ruled that child welfare officials had no right to seize more than 400 children living at a polygamist sect's ranch.
he Third Court of Appeals in Austin ruled that the grounds for removing the children were "legally and factually insufficient" under Texas law. They did not immediately order the return of the children.
Child welfare officials removed the children on the grounds that the sect pushed underage girls into marriage and sex and trained bT
Originally posted by ZindoDoone
Dogma from one sect to another isn't just a problem with this church. Your right about the morals involved. This mans record should speak to the parents as to they're complicity in being members. Marriage age in religious organizations has always raised serious questions. If the damned prosecutors had done due dilligence before the grandstand act they puled this might have been a way to clean it up and show this so called preacher for what he is. .Now its going to be hard on everyone ,mostly the children.