Polygamist case price tag: $7 million

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    more ... Polygamist case price tag: $7 million - CNN.com
     
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    Ohh look they saved some money, if the Courts had not ordered them returned the tag was supposed to be 30 million.

    7 million because a bunch of gestapo types thought they could just ignore the law. That first Judge should be disbarred and CPS should be auditted and the head of it FIRED.
     
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    I am shocked at how much this is costing - omg no wonder we are in trouble in our country.
     
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    We're in trouble because hysteric liberals think they have the right and authority to throw people in jail just because they don't "approve" of their lifestyles.

    While at the same time, if anyone questions any of the lifestyles they promote, it's labeled "racism" and "homophobia" and considered a hate crime, and THOSE people are thrown in jail as well.

    Better hope Obomba doesn't grab the presidency.
     
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    Hysteric Liberals??? lol. On what basis do you make this assumption and generalization? You do realize Texas is a red state, and a key Bush supporting state---who you all blame of being a neoconservative correct?
     

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