Thursday, October 16, 2008

It's now 3 to 1. 29 FLDS children have their cases dropped.

Texas drops 29 more out of the 439 kids taken during the YFZ raid;

The Salt Lake Tribune - "To date, the state has ended cases of 338 children from the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. That leaves cases involving 101 children still pending. Among them: A 14-year-old girl who was returned to foster care in August after her mother failed to give a Texas judge assurances she would keep the girl safe."


That's 77%. 3 to 1. More than three kids were WRONGLY taken by Texas CPS own admission that were taken for good reason. Knowing that even more will probably enter the lists of "nonsuits," we will stop next at 4 to 1.




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2 comments:

yutthehay said...

<"A 14-year-old girl who was returned to foster care in August after her mother failed to give a Texas judge assurances she would keep the girl safe.">

That is what the media says and is what Walters wants us to ghink, but we all know that is not the reason the girl was returned to foster care.

The Pharisee said...

Increasingly, as FLDS children are returned, the question has to be, what assurances were necessary?

There was nothing at YFZ to protect her FROM.