Feb 15, 2020

Judge sides with girl-snatching agency - WND

A judge in Massachusetts has sided with a state agency that just a day earlier was accused of contempt of court for not following a judicially approved plan for treatment for a 15-year-old girl. Advertisement - story continues below According to a report from officials with Liberty Counsel, Judge Joseph Johnston in Boston ruled on…

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