After nearly two years of waiting, a 16 year-old boy and 17 year-old girl have been completely released from state custody as a result of psychological evaluations that found no endangerment. Last week the District Court Nördlingen dismissed with decisions (on June 6 and June 12) the proceedings against the parents of the two youth.
The court delayed for 18 months to order psychological evaluations even after it was clear that there was no evidence whatsoever of any physical harm to the teens on the day they were seized. They were only taken because they and their parents were members of the Twelve Tribes.
Why the obvious dismissal of the proceeding was refused for so long however, must possibly be clarified in a public liability proceeding.