* * ALERT - TX Supreme Court helped with FLDS raid from the outset!!! Outrageous * *Submitted by mefleabyte on Mon, 05/26/2008 - 00:26
Texas Supreme Court is Compromised...Read Why
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Analysis & Commentary:
Composed of the Chief Justice and eight Justices, the Supreme Court of Texas is the court of last resort for civil matters in the State of Texas. The justices are elected to six-year staggered terms.
The State of Texas/CPS has filed a writ of mandamus with the court. The writ asks the court to over-rule the 3rd District Court of Appeals–which ordered Judge Walthers to void her original order. Walthers’ order mandated state custody of 465 FLDS children.
Having lived in Texas provides personal insight into government actions. Suffice it to say, we chose to move from the state because of rampant government corruption-of which most people there could care less about. Nonetheless, while we were there, we helped to recall the mayor of Wichita Falls (remember Bill Altman?). Citizens did not stop there. After 25 years, the duo of corruption–the city manager and his female side kick were driven out too (but, not without taking hundreds of thousands from the public cofers in separation packages). In addition, we helped expose a north Texas US Attorney General–he resigned. We helped expose the TX Youth Commission abuses–of which the corruption and sexual abuses are still rampant today. Just Google if you are interested. Finally, the town’s newspaper editor was turned out…just as we were on our way out of town. It was a grand day, seeing Wichita Falls in the rear view mirror.
Back to the court. I did some review of the Supreme Court’s web page.
At first glance, it looks benign. Then, I noted on the court’s right hand side bar.
Permanent Judicial Commission for Children, Youth & Families
Immediately, my heart sank just seeing this link. It stood alone–no other commissions were seen…not for juvenile, not for crimes…just this ‘Permanent’ CPS commission.
Read this ‘commission’s’ mission to the court:
DIRECT QUOTE FROM THE COURT’S PAGE:
''The Supreme Court of Texas
From Child Abuse & Neglect, to Safety, Permanency & Well-Being
“More than 20,000 Texas children are in foster care on any given day, and more than 6,000 children await adoption. No child enters or leaves foster care or the custody of the Department of Family and Protective Services without state judicial action. Courts play a pivotal role, with the Department, in protecting and serving this vulnerable and blameless population. For the Supreme Court and the judicial branch of Texas, achieving safety, permanency & well-being for these children is a moral, practical, legal, and financial imperative. The Children’s Commission was created to strengthen Texas courts to achieve safety, permanency, and well being for abused and neglected children, through judicial leadership and collaboration, and with the support of the federal Court Improvement Program.”
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Allow me to translate: this Supreme Court ‘commissions’ role is to further the objectives of the corrupt CPS and the lawless cohort family courts.
Now…let’s see who is on the commission: 17 members…some attorneys who created the dreadful family courts, some family court judges, family court lawyers (all feeding at the trough)…but guess who else:
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Joyce James has been the Assistant Commissioner of Child Protective Services since 2004.
Kristi Jordan is the Governor’s Advisor for human services issues.
Carolyne Rodriguez opened the Austin field office for Casey Family Programs 20 years ago and became its first Division Director.
Judge Rucker was a longtime member of the Supreme Court Task Force on Foster Care, created in 1994.
Fairy Davenport Rutland is the Vice Chair of the State Bar Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect. She has spent her entire 30-plus-years legal career working for the cause of child protection and advocacy.
Tina Amberboy was a solo practitioner representing children and parents involved with Child Protective Services.
Tiffany Roper came to the Supreme Court from the Center for Public Priorities where she was a child welfare policy analyst.
Teri Moran came to the Supreme Court from the Texas Center for the Judiciary where she helped manage the Court Improvement Program and Children’s Justice Act grants, and staffed the Supreme Court Task Force on Foster Care.
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This document, from their page, entitled "Supreme Court Advisory" details how The Supreme Court has been helping the locals raid the FLDS families.
The Vice Chair of this court's Commission, Judge Specia, was sent to San Angelo to facilitate the FLDS status hearings. He was over there facilitating a process wherein the retention of the children was based on a “cattle call” adversary hearing providing no meaningful opportunity for individual families to be heard. In other words, he is facilitating the very kind of flawed process the Commission is tasked to fix. The Supreme Court provided other FLDS 'services' too.
Therefore, The Texas Supreme Court, along with its “Permanent Judicial Committee for Children Youth and Families” has been ‘helping’ and coordinating the CPS and local Judges and attorney efforts from the outset of this military-style raid when the State of Texas took 465 children at gunpoint.
The Texas Supreme Court justices are challenged; thus, they should recuse themselves—or the FLDS attorneys should file writs to have them removed from the case altogether.