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No, but once gaining access to the kids, it would be relatively easy to pass them off as someone else's kid, using that other kids passport to get them out of the country. The passport control folks have a difficult enough time already verifying faces on passport pictures, now imagine them telling the difference between similar sized, similar looking kids with a short cropped haircut with the ubiquitous long peyot!

The children are in foster care. If the mother is moved to house arrest she will have no access to them. You're trying to build a straw man.

The Supreme Court ruled otherwise, and I have to assume that they have access to more information than either of us have. Are you suggesting that Elan be the supreme judge of such things instead? :-)

The supreme court has plenty of leeway in its decisions, and I think it's allowing itself to be influenced by public opinion in this case. Rather than err on the side of an accused who must be presumed innocent and kept free in the absence of a real danger, they are punishing the individual before trial.

Elan
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