Sunday, April 20, 2008

Quid Spucatum Tauri Est? (William Grigg)

William Grigg writes more on the mass child kidnappings by government thugs in Texas, which was instigated by a bogus call from a con-artist (that's right, there was no 16-year-old named "Sarah" in distress):

In the Texas government's war against the women and children of the FLDS Church, Rozita Swinton, a 33-year-old woman from Colorado Springs, is "Curveball" -- a veteran con artist whose patently false intelligence provided the pretext for an invasion. She was "Sarah," the purported 16-year-old FLDS polygamist wife who called a domestic abuse hotline and set in motion the invasion of the sect's YFZ Ranch commune in El Dorado.

And once the government that carried out the assault had what it needed -- first, access to the children, and then physical possession of the same -- it blithely disavowed any need to obey the law and demonstrated its disinclination to "re-litigate" the issue. Oh, yes, the initial raid was based on an affidavit containing third-party hearsay from a bogus source, but that is of little moment in post-Constitutional Amerika.

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