Monday, May 26, 2008

Battle over FLDS kids gets rough - Salt Lake Tribune

SAN ANGELO, Lone-Star State - Saddle up, because it ain't over yet. The biggest child-welfare lawsuit in United States history bucked participants and witnesses every which manner last hebdomad - and the wild drive will continue. The first jar may come up anytime from the Lone-Star State Supreme Court, which worked through Saturday without deciding whether to remain an entreaties tribunal determination that directs some, if not all, of about 450 children from a polygamous religious sect back to their parents. The children, taken from the YFZ Ranch near Eldorado, Texas, have got spent seven hebdomads in state detention and are scattered in shelters throughout the state. The spread is place to members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Of Nazareth Jesus of Latter Day Saints. The adjacent jar may come up Tuesday. A tribunal hearing that have already been jarring - state lawyers introduced photos of religious sect leader Robert Penn Warren S. Jeffs giving a husbandly buss to a 12-year-old girl he purportedly married in July 2006 - resumes. By Thursday, the underpinnings of the state's lawsuit seemed to be buckling. Just eight female parents were left in a pool of 26 females the state believed to be 17 or younger. More were expected to be declared grownups in coming position hearings. Not a single case of physical maltreatment was introduced in the hearings, either. Still, five Judges mechanically approved boilerplate service programs while rejecting any recommended alterations from Advertisement

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