Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Pastor Andy Anderson was where?

This is the kind of thing you always get accused of wearing a tin hat for mentioning. Nevertheless it's worth pointing to the strangeness of Pastor Andy Anderson's destination, when he dodged his subpoena over the weekend.
Andy took off for Pagosa Springs, CO. It would be interesting to know how many times he has been there before. What, might you ask is just down the road from quiet Pagosa Springs? 85 miles down the road, on US Highway 160, turning neither to the right, or to the left, is Mancos, CO. What's in Mancos you ask? The FLDS.

It of course could be nothing. It is noteworthy though that Andy Anderson who was going to be asked when it was that he was informed buses were going to be needed to pick up kids from YFZ, skipped town. He may have made trips to Pagosa Springs before, and that is where he was, when he skipped town. Barbara Walther DID NOT issue a bench warrant to bring him back, and she went from having a hearing about having a hearing to declaring the hearing about a hearing to be the hearing and limiting testimony time and cutting off witnesses and denying the defense other witnesses so that she could get it all wrapped up, before Andy Anderson got back. At least that's the way I understand it.

I suppose the record could come out in the next few days and it will show Andy did make it back and testified. From where I sit though, I have seen no report of Andy showing up, and he just skipped without answering the subpoena. And Walther stayed until 10:30pm Friday night, and worked an 11 hour Saturday, 8:30am until 7:30pm and changed the proceedings into an evidentiary hearing and wrapped up everything and told the attorneys to "mail it in" and Andy did not testify. It would seem.

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