Thursday, June 19, 2008

6 Months Pregnant

So far I have not heard anything about the birth of a child to the last remaining supposedly pregnant FLDS supposedly underage girl. What comes out of the Texas CPS in terms of information is grossly flawed most of the time, and that is putting it politely.

At the point this picture of popular actress Halle Berry is taken she is 6 months pregnant
. Is she just eating too much or does she have a bump? We all knew at this point that she was pregnant.

If you look at Ms. Berry's breast, it seems larger than her child. Halle is wearing clothing considered not so chaste by the FLDS.

By contrast, here are 6 girls and or young women of the FLDS.

Is the girl on the far left pregnant? Is the girl second from the right pregnant? I mention this because we are rapidly approaching the day that the raid is 6 months old. We still have confusing reports of how many girls were seen pregnant. I have published what I believe to be evidence that the one girl that is now supposedly still pregnant, was not far enough along to show, and in fact this is the only girl that CPS can now point to as BEING pregnant at the time of the raid.

Enough is enough. The second warrant is invalid. It is based on "Seeing" pregnant underage girls at YFZ and we now know there is only one possible girl for this description. Reports in the press say this one girl (it HAS to be her) was so indefinitely pregnant that she had to be asked to take a pregnancy test, which she refused.

How then does Texas have ANY cause for ANY of the actions it now continues to pursue? Do we wait until the end of of July and ask what a 5 month pregnant woman or girls looks like in a "Prairie Dress?" The truth is Texas didn't SEE ANYTHING. They're not erring on the side of caution unless that caution is for their own hides. They've just busted down the door of the YFZ, they've just finished defiling their "Temple" and they've got nothing so they came up with this laughable concept that they could "See" pregnant underage girls and could also "See" the fact that they had become pregnant IN Texas (we already know there were visitors there from Arizona and Canada that day) and had done so with an "illegal" partner.

Had the girl been from Utah, she could have been as young as 14, and 8 months pregnant and her child's father an ADULT and no crime would have been committed.

So I'm laying on the horn a bit about this but it's the only remaining shred of a premise that Texas clings to for claiming they have cause to continue to investigate. The press continues NOT to ask these questions loudly. They should be. They aren't. Yet here we are approaching the 3 month anniversary of the raid, and ONE of the girls in the FLDS picture above, could in fact be more pregnant than the picture of Halle Berry at her 6 month mark. They could be not pregnant at all.

Should I remind you all of the commercial based on that awkward moment "I'm not pregnant?" Does Texas now say "Thank you?"

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Anonymous said...

I'll need to go back and check the articles and postings I've read, but I think the "brainwashed" girl who stubbornly refused authoritarian requests to take a pregnancy test ultimately did agree to take the test. It came back negative. Five times.

So is there one remaining pregnant young woman?

Hugh McBryde said...

A total of 53 girls between the ages of 14 and 17 are in state custody after a raid 3 1/2 weeks ago at the Yearning For Zion Ranch in Eldorado. Of those girls, 31 either have children or are pregnant, said Child Protective Services spokesman Darrell Azar. Two of those are pregnant now, he said; it was unclear whether either of those two already have children

That's from an AP article in the Deseret News. on April 28th.,5143,695274633,00.html

The rest of the examples are in the blog. I hate to say read it all, but that's pretty much what you have to do, I'm going to go back and try to insert links in this article to previous blog posts I have made and show how the story progresses.

Short form is that they came up with three eventually that they claimed were pregnant. Two gave birth and were declared of legal age, leaving ONE that had to be, IF they were being honest, the girl that refused the pregnancy test.

We all know how "honest" the Texas CPS has been though.

At some point it was said the remaining pregnant girl would deliver in June, this month. She has not yet, or at least there has no report of that delivery yet.

My point is they didn't SEE ANY pregnant underage girls at all. The more distant the date of the original raid becomes, and the longer the lack of news on the maternity front gets, the less pregnant ANY underage girls COULD have been.

At the end of next month none could have been more than 5 months along. By August, none more than 4 months.

Texas continues to sell the LIE that they're investigating something based on clear evidence they SAW while AT YFZ. The second warrant we are told by the Texas Rangers is based on those Pregnant Underage Girls.