Thursday, May 22, 2008

State Court Rules CPS HAD NO RIGHT - CPS Case Collapse on in earnest.

UPDATE: Rush mentions it at top of last hour.

I think we can now confidently say that my assertion that the return to YFZ was an attempt to refill the tank is the truth. In addition it showed CPS desperation.


The Salt Lake Tribune - 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.
The Third Court of Appeals in Austin ruled that the grounds for removing the children were 'legally and factually insufficient' under Texas law."




Further updates;

The Salt Lake Tribune - "Meanwhile, status hearings scheduled for some children in San Angelo courtrooms this afternoon have been cancelled, as district judges confer about what to do next."

"However, the district judge who granted custody of the children to Texas child welfare officials has 10 days to comply, said an attorney with Texas RioGrande Legal Aid, which represents 48 mothers from the polygamous Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints."

Since the Judge's ruling was that Texas law did not place this raid within CPS Scope, I can't see how an appeal works.

CPS, you got some 'splainin' to do....

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