'Person of interest' in FLDS case waives hearing

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  • They knew all along
    May 2, 2008 12:50 p.m.

    It's beginning to look like Texas knew before the raid that Rozita was a fraud, but went in anyway. And now they've spirited away the evidence found in her apartment so that it will never be found. This is shameful behavior, and the people responsible should lose their jobs.

  • Any explanation from Texas?
    April 29, 2008 12:58 p.m.

    Have we heard any explanation from Texas authorities why they couldn't verify or corroborate anything in these 20+ calls and yet launched this huge raid based on the info in the calls?

    They couldn't even check caller-ID and see that the call was not from the person claiming to be making the calls, not from YFZ ranch, not even from the State of Texas?

    Are they really that ____ that after days on the phone with her on numerous calls, they couldn't take the time to check on any of the facts???

    And a Texas judge signed a Search Warrant based on a call that had NO background checking done to verify it's validity? Do they always do things this way?

    It's a whole nother country down there in Texas.