Monday, August 18, 2008

Will Barbara force FLDS mothers to sign "Safety Plan?"

The extortion continues. Faced with possible removal of their children, again, it would seem that moms now wish to make a deal. Of course, you can't trust the press or the state to tell you what's going on exactly, until you know exactly what's going on. The Houston Chronicle;

"Judge Barbara Walther was to consider a motion this morning by Child Protective Services to regain custody of the eight children. That hearing now is postponed as attorneys huddle behind closed doors to negotiate terms that could keep the children with their parents, members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

The six girls and two boys, who range in age from 5 to 17, were among 440 children CPS seized from the group's ranch near Eldorado in early April on the basis of allegations that underage girls were being married to older men.

A ruling by the Texas Supreme Court resulted in the children's return to their parents in June. Two weeks ago, CPS filed a motion to regain custody of the eight children, saying their mothers had failed to sign a safety plan that would keep the children away from alleged sexual perpetrators."

This stinks of course. Don't sign the "Safety Plan" and you will be forced to give up your children because you expose them to ideas the state says are bad for them. DO sign the "Safety Plan" and you then subject yourselves to formal limits of behavior because they have been mutually agreed upon.

There is little free will in this arrangement. As many who have fought the CPS in states all across the country, this is simple extortion.

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