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    Blue_Dolphin308 is offline We can't help everyone, But everyone can help someone!
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    Sep 2006
    Allentown PA

    First Phase complete!

    Sorry about the new thread guys.. I dunno where to post this.

    One phase of FLDS work is complete

    SAN ANGELO, Texas The last of the extra Texas state troopers, child welfare investigators and others involved in the massive effort of caring for Fundamentalist LDS Church children in custody have rolled out of town.
    "The demobilization of resources in San Angelo was completed only (Monday)," said Gov. Rick Perry's spokeswoman Krista Piferrer. "It was a large scale effort with a tremendous law enforcement presence, nonprofit presence and (Child Protective Services) workers from all around the state. We basically transformed a coliseum into a shelter


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    Apr 2005
    It's been an enormous task and will continue to be so, i'm sure.

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    Apr 2005
    Southern California
    A good article, and I'm glad they've cleared up the allegation by the FLDS that CPS lost two children. CPS didn't lose any children. They had a clerical error, with the names omitted from their lists.

    Again, it seems to be a problem with identification - not having the correct names and date of birth, and also having children with the same name. I really feel that the fault lies with the FLDS. The mothers didn't cooperate with CPS with giving correct identification in the first place.

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    SewingDeb is offline "Sorry, I'm not qualified to land the plane."
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    Apr 2004
    I agree with you Leila. The lies caused the problem in finding these boys. CPS did not lose them.