When Stupidity Attacks: FLDS Children Ordered Returned
An Austin appeals court today slapped the State of Texas and advocates for children's health and safety in the face, ruling that authorities had not proved each and every child removed from the Yearning For Zion Ranch was individually endangered. Children were ordered returned to 38 mothers within 10 days.
Sometimes there ain't no justice, and Texas leads the parade. (WARNING: PDF)
Since the April raid, the FLDS, which traffics in girls and women across state and national borders for its prophets' satisfaction of their appetites for underage sex, which destroys families
at the whims of its "prophets" in order to reward their faithful minions or punish those who doubt these men's holiness and power above all Earthly matters, which indulges in child rape under the guise of "marriage" and defrauds the taxpayers of every state in which it is allowed to create one of its perfidious, perverted enclaves, has been crying "foul" -- just as its lawyers, advocates and sympathizers did after the Short Creek raid.
The Department of Children's Protective Services will likely appeal this ruling; but the victory has gone to the theocracy already, and there is much rejoicing tonight among the perverts, the polygamists, the pedophiles, and the plain brainwashed.
The appeals court said the presence of underage mothers and pregnant underage girls at the YFZ ranch did not indicate that other children in the households were at risk.
Texas elects its judges. It's up to this panel now to determine, should CPS appeal, whether the laws of the State of Texas are equal to the "laws" of the FLDS, or whether theocracy can legitimize rape and pedophilia.