FLDS: You can’t unring the bell

Posted: May 23, 2008 in Above the Fold, Follow up, IJS
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Let’s recap the largest state custody case in U.S. history:

  • This is a public abductionA perverted cult leader, and noted ‘husband’ of several underage girls, is sentenced 10 years to life in federal prison.
  • Texas Rangers get an alleged prank phone call from some chic claiming to be a skeered girl in the compound.
  • But that call was the proverbial straw as backs broke all across the Lone Star State. The YFZ compound was raided and 416 children were taken from their mothers...er… rescued from the cult.
  • Numbers came out to show the twisted religion and perversion goings on inside the YFZ Ranch.

And now, we have THIS STORY.

Child advocates’ fears were realized when the near 500 kids were removed from the compound (good) and separated from their victimized mothers (bad) without proper evidence! While I am happy the children could be reunited with their mothers soon, has anyone bothered to notice nothing has been said about the freak men in that place?

That’s what’s missing from the Wall. Their lives should be ending soon for what they did to those little girls… in the name of God.

  1. But can the State be allowed to abuse those little girls by illegally seizing them and placing them in an abusive foster care system? You are correct, some of the men may be abusers, but does that make everyone adult an abuser? Do the Bitter Hinterlands want to go down that road?


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