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A decision by Texas District Judge Barbara Walther means that to regain custody, the 38 mothers whose filed the complaint that led the Texas Supreme Court to reject the state's massive seizure must personally sign an agreement their attorneys and state child-welfare officials have proposed.
That could add days to the process, attorneys for the mothers said, because the women are scattered across the state to be close to their children in foster care.
"It's not as simple as going across the stre
Originally posted by jasonjnelson
Somehow this was a double posted thread. Please use this thread for discussion...
Originally posted by resistor
These child snatching filth don’t give up easily do they? Looks like parents may have to get their children back by prying them from CPS’s cold, dead hands.
Originally posted by gnosis111
I am against any government interjection on any issues like this, BUT to those that say there was no violation of anyones personal rights is absolutely ludicrous and I suggest reading "Under the Banner of Heaven", can't remember the author. It is mainly written of the atrocities of these FLDS compounds and survivors testimonies. This is possibly one of the most evil and suppressive religions in the world today aside from extremist Islam, rife with enslavement, arranged marriages, incest, and mind control, let alone the obvious plural marriage.
The women (mothers) are just as guilty of this as the church leaders when it comes to this abuse. These children and the mothers need extensive counseling and re-education. This may sound police state oriented, but the public needs to know what goes on in these places.
And by the way, THEIR WAY OF LIFE IS ILLEGAL!!!!!