Monday, May 05, 2008

Walther has had enough?

Judge Barbara Walther apparently doesn't want to get any more "on her" as it were. Just as the Apostle Paul kept getting bumped up the ladder for someone else to deal with the problem, Green County and Walther just don't want to look at it anymore.

The Salt Lake Tribune - "Attorneys for FLDS parents say they are striking out in getting any issues raised before Tom Green County Judge Barbara Walther - even as state officials say there is widespread confusion about the purpose of hearings set to begin in two weeks.
Patrick Crimmins, a spokesman for the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, said the 60-day hearings that begin May 19 are to review service plans developed for each child, check medical care and hear how the children are faring in foster care.
'This is not going to be a redo of whether abuse or neglect occurred,' Crimmins said."

Of course not. If we had to do that, no one would be in state custody. But tomorrow should be interesting. Tomorrow, is another day.

"The next legal move may come at the 3rd Court of Appeals in Austin, where Texas RioGrande Legal Aid is seeking to have children returned to their mothers while the state's investigation continues. The state's response to that motion is due Tuesday."

The 6th. Tomorrow.

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