Save the Naugler Family
This Kentucky family of 12 people, 6 dogs, 2 farm cats and a few random farm animals was just torn apart. Their crime: Living a simple, back to basics life. Any effort to show solidarity with the #Kentucky10 should be peaceful and respectful. We are all acting on behalf of the children now and our actions and attitudes should reflect the purity, love, and hope of the 10 children still in state custody.
SPECIAL REQUEST: "Our CHFS hearing could start as early as 9am Monday morning at the County Court in Hardinsburg with an exact time not set in stone. Our supporters come from all races, incomes, religions, and political persuasions. We encourage any who wish to express themselves to peaceably assemble outside the courthouse starting at that time and to be respectful of law enforcement and media. No one will be allowed inside. Please be peaceful, prayerful, and positive as we anticipate the safe return of our 10 children. Finally, we ask that firearms, weapons, and threats not be a part of this assembly. Thank you for your unending support."
ORIGINAL STORY: Breckinridge Co KY Sheriff Todd Pate, with other officers, entered the Naugler’s residence without a warrant or probable cause. Nicole was pulled over by a deputy just outside the property. Officers TOOK their two oldest boys from Nicole, with no documentation to support their actions. Nicole, 5 months pregnant, was slammed into the hood of a cop car, and was taken into custody for disorderly conduct (for pleading with the Sheriff to not take her boys) and resisting arrest (verbally, not physically). Joe arrived, but the sheriff, with his hand on his sidearm, ordered Joe back into the car and informed Joe that he was going to make this as difficult as possible for them and that their car would be impounded.
The Sheriff ordered Joe to turn the remaining eight children over by 10:00 a.m., and threatened him with felony charges if he does not comply. All of this happened because of an unfounded anonymous complaint filed with CPS.