Tanks & Machine Guns Used by Cops to Kidnap 416 Children in USA





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Violating the Constitution of the United States of America - Texas' massive police arrest of children, using excessive force, a combination of church and state, criminally negligent warrant, illegal search and seizure, coercive threats, and illegal detention.

Responsible for the atrocity:
Flora Jessop
Sheriff David Doran
Sheriff Gary Painter
Texas Rangers Capt. Barry Caver
Judge Barbara Walther
DFPS Carey Cockerell
HHSC Chief Albert Hawkins
Governer Rick Perry

On April 4, 2008, Eldorado, Texas police armed with tanks and machine guns raided the peaceful and unarmed Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (FLDS) community based upon hoax calls and arrested all 416 of their children and babies at gunpoint. Every baby under one year old was arrested with their mother. Any baby 13 months or older was arrested and taken away from their mother, even if still nursing.

The government allowed mothers under 18 to stay with their children; thereby coercing all young mothers to claim they were under 18 so they wouldn't lose their babies, while at the same time falsely incriminating themselves as minors - something the state hopes will justify the raid, after the fact.

Police had obtained a broad search warrant for the entire community including their homes and church based upon several out-of-state hoax phone calls. The caller, Rozita E. Swinton, is a 33 year old black woman with a history of making hoax calls. She called from Colorado pretending to be a 16 year old white FLDS member in Texas and lied about getting raped and abused in the FLDS community. Not even bothering to verify or notice that the multiple hoax phone calls were coming from out of state, police negligently used these anonymous calls a full 5 days later to obtain a search warrant and raid the FLDS ranch. Shockingly, Rozita E Swinton is listed as a Barack Obama delegate on the El Paso County, Colorado Democratic website: http://www.peakdems.org/obama_state_d...

Two months later, not a single charge of abuse or rape has been filed against any of the FLDS parents. Yet, the children continue to suffer the real abuse at the hands of the government, which is psychologically traumatizing and torturing the children, having torn them away from their families. The children are being held at various different institutions scattered throughout Texas, forcefully separated from their families by Child Protective Services (CPS). Many of the institutions holding the children are run by the Baptist Church. The Baptist Church also coordinated with police before the raid, suppling the government with buses for taking the FLDS church members away to Baptist shelters.

CPS and the Baptist shelters have every motive to keep the children, as they will receive significant funding for holding the hundreds of FLDS children in custody; estimates are near $30 million per year.

The government also arrested dozens of women based solely upon their looks. CPS claims they looked like "children," even though the women had valid ID and birth certificates proving they were adults. The oldest woman arrested as a minor for her "looks," was actually 27 years old. Two of the women illegally held as minors, gave birth while in custody, only to have their newborn babies immediately taken from them by the government. Later, the government finally admitted the two mothers were adults, but then told the mothers they could either stay in custody with their babies or leave. Both mothers of the newborn babies are in monogamous relationships and have broken no laws, yet the government refuses to give them their newborn babies and other children.

The entire FLDS community has been deemed guilty until proven innocent and is being religiously persecuted in The United States of America, a country originally founded upon liberty and religious freedoms.

Americans for preserving their Constitutional rights will likely agree that the most important issues in these Texas state raids of families and private property are Constitutional; the violation by the government of the fundamental liberties guaranteed all Americans under the Constitution of the United States of America:

"The right to have children and the right to raise children is a fundamental liberty. The Supreme Court has ruled that that liberty is akin to freedom of speech and freedom of thought, it can only be interfered with by the government if the government makes a particularized showing to a judge that the children were in danger of imminent harm. But, mass sweeping arrests of children and interrogations of them without their parents present, is not only unlawful, it's criminal." - Judge Andrew Napolitano

US politicians, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John McCain, George Bush, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Ron Paul, and Bill Clinton are avoiding the cops polygamist raid and kidnapping, likely out of embarrassment and fear of public disfavor during 2008 elections.


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