Monday, April 21, 2008

The FLDS Long Run

From GoSanAngelo;

"Getting back DNA test results in the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints child custody case will take 30 days, and attorneys likely will spend that time meeting with their clients and gathering more information before the next round of hearings."

Of course we see shows like CSI (insert favorite metropolis here) that get DNA tests done a lot faster and apparently it's possible to do DNA testing more quickly, but it is very expensive.

And so the plan unfolds as it was scripted out prior to the raid. It's missing one vital piece, that being the presence of abuse poster child "Sarah" with her face pixilated out. Grab the kids, destroy the FLDS in the popular imagination with negative stories, collect DNA evidence for other crimes, take the kids and then put the kids away for a minimum of 2 or 3 months after that. It's been an eternity now in the life of a small child, nearly three weeks. It will be a month more before DNA tests are available, there will be a scheduling of hearings (no big rush when that comes around) and months of arguing before parentage is established. I admit, 2 or 3 months is a Pollyanna view. It's probably going to continue into next year if the State of Texas has it's way. By then if irreparable damage has not occurred to the children, it will be firmly in place by then.

This must stop now. There is still no charge filed of a sexual/violent/abusive nature against any FLDS member in Eldorado TX. That's because Texas knows of none, they're just real sure they can find one. Ask yourself if there was at any time in your past a point at which the authorities could have busted down your door, and found something that would have made you at least LOOK criminal.

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