On Tuesday, DNA samples for about 100 children were completed. Those children were loaded onto buses and left for shelters scattered across Texas. The judge's order attempts to keep siblings together and teenage mothers with their children.
DNA samples are being required to establish paternity. CPS workers have said they are not getting true names, birthdates, or relationships from many of the children or adults in this massive child custody case.
The children's parents are again returning to the Schleicher County Memorial Building today to undergo a cheek swab, be photographed and assigned a number. Not many showed up on Tuesday. Texas attorney general's spokeswoman Janece Rolfe said those who do not show could face fines or jail time."The court order is clear that being found in contempt of court could be a consequence," she said.
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