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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Eldorado, Texas: Ed Lavandera) Texas state court ruling that the children should not have been removed from the polygamous FLDS sect compound in Eldorado, Texas, examined; sections of the court ruling quoted; details given about this historic custody battle that led to the removal of 460 children from the YFZ ranch. [Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid Julie BALOVICH- react to the ruling.] Statement from the Texas department of child and protective services quoted. What the case workers have said about the lack of evidence of abuse inside the compound and the confusion of the relations of parents and children discussed.
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Lavandera, Ed
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