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  • Cathy Clark
    May 2, 2008 7:32 p.m.

    This is the most horrific violation of human rights I have ever known in my life. The system terroirized unnecessarily children whenm it was going to look for a certian person. based on a hoax. many mothers who took good care of their children, albeit if they lived and believed differently, had them ripped from them and busseed away like cattle.
    I say this as a former foster child

  • Derrick
    April 13, 2008 11:56 a.m.

    1. The phone call from the 16 year old is probably a prank call.
    2. The 16 Year old "Sarah" doesn't exist. I bet if they released the audio of "Sarah's" phone call it would sound like a 45 year old woman trying to sound youthful.
    3. Dale Barlow has never visited the Eldorado compound.
    4. Why did the county in Texas haul off the FLDS children in buses belonging to the "First Baptist Church of Eldorado"? Why didn't they use city buses or school buses if this was really a legal issue? And don't say because the buses were being used that day. Every school and city bus system keeps the old buses parked in case the other ones break down or there is an emergency. Obviously there is a conflict of interest with the County officials and their personal religious beliefs.
    5. All 400+ children hauled off and their parents have had their constitutional rights violated. A single warrant cannot be used to search every household. That is what the King of England would do to entire American colonial communities prior to the Declaration of Independence.
    6. Watch for the FLDS lawsuits once this Texas case unravels.