In affidavits that provide the best view yet of what CPS has found in its investigation of possible sexual abuse of young teenage girls, four child-abuse investigators said removal of six girls and two boys, ages 5 to 17, are necessary because their mothers won’t agree to keep them away from men practicing and promoting underage marriage.
The affidavits reveal stories that are sad and dismaying.
A 10-year-old girl told CPS investigator Kerrie Blair that she was brought to the sect’s West Texas ranch in the middle of the night more than two years ago. She and a younger sister lived there with Bishop Merril Jessop and his wife, Barbara. The two girls haven’t seen their 41-year-old birth mother since coming to Texas, Ms. Blair said.
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