A Canadian woman who is allegedly a neo-Nazi received a decision in her favor when Manitoba Family and Children Services returned her two children to her and dropped their pursuit to permanently remove them from her home.
The deal would involve having the seven-year-old girl and two-year-old boy slowly integrated back into the home, first on weekends and eventually back to full-time care.
The development came after the mother — who cannot be named to protect the identity of the children — recently separated from her husband, an admitted white supremacist who has made a series of disturbing online posts in recent months.
“He’s a bigot. And I have no tolerance for bigotry or ignorance,” the woman told the Free Press in an interview yesterday.
Calling herself a “white nationalist … but not a neo-Nazi skinhead,” the woman said she would abide by whatever conditions CFS wishes in order to regain custody of her children.
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