CPS: 3 more reasons to keep sect children in foster care
State child-welfare officials, filing a new legal brief today, gave the Texas Supreme Court three more reasons to stop the planned reunions of about 130 children with their polygamist parents from the YFZ ...
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#1 May 30, 2008
What is so crazy is that Texas believes that if the mothers sign the family plan that they will actually abide by it. If they do flee Tx without contacting anyone, then what? If they lockdown the compound with all the kids behind gates and guard towers, then what?
The only chance to protect the children is to make the parents move off the gated/locked compound, but apparently that isn't going to happen.
“Now I know how strong I can be”
Since: May 07
#2 May 30, 2008
Is one of the reasons that the fathers can't be identified?
#3 Jun 4, 2008
Quite a few have been claimed. What happens to the ones no one can match up with?
#4 Jun 4, 2008
The fathers can't be id'd because they wouldn't submit their DNA.
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