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Discussion in '2008 Archive' started by windcatcher, May 11, 2008.
Click here for a story with much controversey
And I guess being sold and passed around for sex, and teaching boys how to abuse women, and children not knowing who their mothers are isn't traumatizing.
good mothers? where? Certainly not these women who allowed their young daughters to be sold as sex slaves to the highest bidder(info from a previous article that was posted here.)
Healthy, with multiple broken bones?
emotionally normal? Being growmed by parents to have sex with old men, told they have too or face eternal damnation, and boys being taught that woemn are for abuse. This is considered emotionally healthy?
One article, again that had been posted here, had statements from an expert about how emotionally developmentallly crippled these children were, how a 14 yr old was emotionally not more then a 6 yr old.
Which children? They refuse to identify which children are theirs, and then trde children so they have a whole new set of children. Those poor kids don't even know who their mothers are.
One reason they were seperated was because as stated above, the mothers refuse to identify which children are theirs, they don't want to claim their own children.
And it's these same MHMR people who were tossed out for lying who claim the FLDS women were lied too,yeah apparently by them.
This si incredible, people who sign a non disclosure statement and then disregard it shoud be fired, they are untrust worthy, who knows what they'll say or do.
Professionals who sign legal papers and then disregard them.
Horrendous? Does he means the stuff he released to the news paper, in the srticle?
And just what does he think the way children especially young girls are treated by the cult?
I can't stand people who think it's alright to sexually abuse a child.
Whats horrendeous is how these children were treated at home, by so called loving mothers.
BCFS garners highest praise from children
Baptist Child & Family Services
LULING—The Governor’s Division of Emergency Management praised Baptist Child & Family Serives for its role in caring for children taken from a polygamist Fundamentalist Latter-Day Saints ranch in West Texas. But the highest praise came from the people whose opinions matter most—the children themselves.
“You’re nice,” a 6-year-old girl told BCFS Executive Vice President Nanci Gibbons as she walked past her on the playground at the BCFS Youth Ranch at Luling, where 75 children received care.
Gibbons thanked the child, but she asked why she believed she was nice.
“Because your shirt says BCFS,” the girl answered. “It means Best Care for Children.”
“For the children to recognize that the folks in BCFS shirts are there to help and be ‘nice’ is the best compliment we could get,” BCFS President Kevin Dinnin said.
Placing 75 of the 462 children at the Youth Ranch allowed Child Protective Services to keep many sibling groups together. It also kept BCFS in overdrive mode to staff the facility and activate support programs with local school districts. A mobile medical unit also was stationed at the ranch.
The San Antonio-based agency was alerted April 4, just as the operation to remove children from the ranch in Eldorado got under way. Officials told BCFS to be ready to receive 24 children at the Youth Ranch. But the next day, Dinnin was asked if BCFS could supervise sheltering operations in San Angelo “for up to 150 women and children.”
Wonder what the contrast was, since her only experience was home and the baptists. Best care for children when in baptist care, I guess the contrast, (opposite) would by neccesity be home.
Even a 6 yr old knows the difference once shown what real care and love is.