Friday, January 21, 2011

Follow-up on Major Jackson's Child Custody Case

Recently we reported on the case of an American Christian family that was have the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services deem them to be unfit to have their children because they were too Christian. They were forbidden to pray with the children about being reunited with them or to even talk to them about the hope of reunification.

Well, now we have a gag order on the case and that was not at the request of the parents. This case is looking more and more interesting.

Judge slams gag order on N.J. custody case



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