Skip to comments.Cost of Polygamist Case Tops $7 Million
Posted on 06/04/2008 4:25:34 PM PDT by FreeInWV
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I am shocked about that. Shocked, I tell you!
I think that she will retire. The retirement package for Judges is very nice.
I would love to see charges brought against the Judge and the CPS, but I know how the system works. If anything, the CPS will get a bigger budget next year, so that they can prevent something like this from ever occurring again.
Some of those were probably teenage boys whose exact ages were not known when the samples were taken. Plus a handful who turned 18 while in foster care. I know at least 2 boys turned 18 while in foster care, and last I read, they’d both elected to stay in state care even after being told they were free to leave since they’d become adults (I assume they are no longer in state care, now that all the children in foster homes have left).
The number 8 came from the people collecting the DNA. That was the number of men who showed up within the first week or so. That was not the purported number who showed up by the time they quit taking sammples. I had never seen the final number before.
36 means there were 50 or so who didn’t show up for DNA testing. Now I wonder why that is.
Lets not forget that colorcountry is/was Mormon.
Its polite to ping the freeper when you speak of them.
I am not a Baptist, although I have nothing against Baptist.
Are you lying for the Lord again, Legrande? I don’t thing you have a modicum of truthfulness in you, athiest. And why would you?
Well at least the kids weren’t waterboarded, I guess.
Yeah I have seen where colorcountry has claimed to be a Mormon when it suits her purposes. I have also seen her post pictures of her Baptist Grandkids and talk about attending a Baptist Church.
Nah, you just post pictures of your Baptist Grandkids and attend a Baptist Church. You have also claimed to be a Mormon too, I guess your religion depends on which day of the week it is.
Are you lying for the Lord again, Legrande? I dont thing you have a modicum of truthfulness in you, athiest. And why would you?
Are you denying attending a Baptist Church? LOL
LOL. Two of my grandkids are Mormon. One has no religion, and two are Catholic. and YES I am denying that I attend a Baptist Church. Never have I said that I am a Baptist, however I have attended services in a Baptist Church, I have attended Vigil at a Catholic Church, I have attended services at an Assembly of God Church, and several different Non-Denominational Churches.
You are either lying about me, or mistaken. Since you freely whisper behind my back, I'll let the reader make the decision as to your possible motivation.
Then what religion are you colorcountry? Or do you just pick and choose based on which way the wind is blowing?
I am a Christian, and I belong to no denomination. ...Except that Mormons think I am one of them for some reason. They seem to have reached some sort of road-block on their way to removing me from their rolls.
But, why? I'm not familiar with the teachings of either church.
Usually, I stay away from the religious forums. I became interested in the FLDS story and began to notice the animosity, especially in Saundra Duffy's posts, for example:
"I want to know if this judge is a Baptist. The reason Im asking is because they used Baptist buses to cart away the children and Baptists volunteered to care for the children after they were rounded up at gunpoint. Furthermore, I want to know how many of the law enforcement thugs who went in there were Baptists . . . thinking they are doing God a great big favor!"
Personally, I thought it was very nice for the Baptist church to offer its buses on a school day when school buses were transporting school children, but some took that as offensive. Why?
Order for DNA Parentage Testing
I think you missed the point that Huckabee was seen as stirring the pot against the Mormons for political purposes, when he made comments against the FLDS. Many of the anti-FLDS posters were former Hucksters, or were influenced by the Hucksters.
The court order for DNA testing is not at your link.
However, it does include a snippet, saying that all children have now been picked up, and I thank you for providing that.
I was waiting to see if any went unclaimed, because it would have been strong evidence that some parents, as has been claimed, are not actually related to their supposed children.
It seems that didn’t happen.
But I didn’t know if it would, so I was curious to see what would happen.
Hmm, lets change the wording a little : )
"Personally, I thought it was very nice for the Baptist church to offer its buses to transport Jews to be gassed on a school day when school buses were transporting school children, but some took that as offensive. Why?"
It all depends on your point of view. If you think that taking the children away from their parents was a good thing then yes the Baptists did a good humane thing. If you think that taking Children away from their parents is an evil and vile thing to do then anyone who aids them is doing an evil and vile thing too. Now is it clear?
Yes, it is. On the side bar, under Court Documents.
Affidavit in Support of Original Petition for Protection of a Child
Affidavit for Search and Arrest Warrant
Order for Investigation of Child Abuse
Order Authorizing Appointment of a Court Appointed Special Advocate
State’s Motion to Transfer Seized Property (1)
State’s Motion to Transfer Seized Property (2)
Court Order Removing Cell Phones
Order for DNA Parentage Testing
Order on Placement of Children
Petition for Protection of Children in an Emergency
Bishop’s Record listing families of the YFZ Ranch
Order Appointing Special Prosecutor
Copy of the CPS service plan that was handed out to the FLDS Members. Document courtesy of Deseret Morning News
Mandamus Decision ruling CPS did not have right to remove children from YFZ ranch
Summary of the Mandamus Decision ruling CPS did not have right to remove children from YFZ ranch
Texas State Supreme Court Petition for Writ of Mandamus
Texas State Supreme Court Motion for Emergency Relief
Response to Motion for Emergency Relief
Copy of the search warrant for Warren Jeffs DNA
Some posters here would have rather seen the children chained to each other and marched into town rather then get on a Baptist bus. Why is that?
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