Isn’t Warren Jeff’s brand of religion just an excuse to try to find a loophole for pedophilia?
ELDORADO, Texas (CNN) — Authorities say they removed 52 children, ages 6 months to 17 years, from a West Texas ranch occupied by followers of imprisoned polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs
Eighteen girls have been placed in the temporary custody of the state under a court order, said Child Protective Services spokeswoman Marleigh Meisner.
Authorities said they continue to search the 1,900-acre YFZ ranch, and at least one suspect is being sought by police.
Meisner said troopers and child welfare officials arrived at the secluded ranch Thursday evening with arrest and search warrants. They were responding to a report of “physical abuse” and neglect involving a 16-year-old girl.
Another Child Protective Services spokesman, Darrell Azar, said the 18 girls were placed in state custody because it appeared they “had been abused or were at immediate risk of future abuse.”
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