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Processes against the Twelve Tribes for 2013/2014:

Sunday, September 01, 2013: Judge of the AG Nördlingen signs twelve identical decisions – removal of custody for all families from Klosterzimmern.

Legal Processes

Translation: Arbitrary State Power Germany 2013/2014      The legal processes against the children of the faith community “Twelve Tribes.” Download in German (a 12 page pamphlet with letters from the youth and children and the explicit comparison with another cause of conscience, the White Rose movement in Nazi Germany, 1942-1943).

September 2-3, 2013: Judge of the AG Ansbach signs five identical decisions – loss of custody for all Families in the community in Wörnitz.

September 5, 2013: 6.00 clock in the morning – Synchronous police raid on Klosterzimmern and Wörnitz. All children aged 3 months – 17 3/4 years removed by the police. {Several accounts, see “Behind Closed Doors” for one of them.}

September 5 to 18, 2013: Amtsgericht (AG) Ansbach: A hearing with 5 Families.

September 19, 2013: Argentine child (3 years) is released to his parents custody.

September 23, 2013: loss of custody for the rest of the children remains.

September 18, 2013: Hearings before the Higher Regional Court of Nuremberg

September 18 – November 26, 2013: Amtsgericht (AG) Nördlingen: Hearings of all parents and children: The children all want to go home!

September 19, 2013: Two girls escape from foster family, but they are brought back by the police.

October 16, 2013: The two girls flee to Switzerland

October 28, 2013: One teenager comes of age and thus is free. {Chayah Markeli, see the transcript of his video, “A Family Torn Apart” where he talks about his experiences.}

November 8, 2013: The Swiss girls are captured by the Swiss police to the German Jugendamt. They are separated from each other and housed under strict supervision.

November 22, 2013: The 17-year-old Swiss girl is set free. {See Eva’s diary entries, “Diary of an Abused Girl,” for more on the above references to the Swiss girls.}

November 30, 2013: Two teens flee from the home.

December 2, 2013: Two babies are released, other complaint dismissed. {See “Babies can finally come home!“}

December 3, 2013: Court resolutions – 3 young people are set free. All the other children remain separated from their parents. {See their thankfulness at being home: “I am extremely thankful to be home,” by Besorah Schott, as well as Yedidiah, Sarah.}

December 4, 2013: A 13-year-old boy who has fled, appears before Munich Higher Regional Court. He wants to go home! The judge orders him sent back into foster care, and the Jugendamt threatens to have him removed by the police, because he did not  want to go voluntarily. {See “What Happened to Helez?” for more on this.}

December 9, 2013: 3 nursing children and 4 small schoolchildren are snatched in the early morning by police force from their mothers in the state youth welfare institution Dürrlauingen. {See “Family Friendly County?” for one of the accounts of this infamous raid, which a neighbor called, “beneath contempt.”}

December 18 to February 12, 2014: Hearings before the Higher Regional Court of Munich.

January 16, 2014: Psychological report result – all parents are unfit to educate their children.

January 22, 2014: The refugee youth is released. All the other children are still even against their will in state custody. {See “Helez is back home!” for more on this.}

February 11, 2014: A twelve-year-old girl runs away from foster care to her parents in Klosterzimmern. {See her video transcript: “Nechonah’s Interview” for more on this.}

March 11, 2014: An eleven-year-old girl runs away from the convent to her parents in Klosterzimmern. {Chassidah (her other name is Shifchat-jah) Markeli; see below.}

March 12, 2014: A fifteen-year-old boy (the girl’s brother) is released to his parent’s custody (partially) in Klosterzimmern. {Addar Markeli, see “The Markeli family is together again!“}