From The High Weirdness Project:
After originally being scheduled for June 22, the decision of the appeals court in the case of Reverend Magdalen has been announced. In a brief two-page announcement, the court has awarded custody of her son to the father. Stating that the father “deserved” custody of Magdalen’s son, the court declared that the father’s home would be his primary residence, and the matter is being referred back to family court to arrange for visitation rights for her.
The decision cancels a number of paragraphs of the decision of Judge Eric Adams, in January 2007. However, it does not remove Judge Adams’ order for Magdalen to remove all SubGenius materials from her home. Even though her son is no longer in her custody, she still cannot keep any SubGenius materials in her own home, except for a specially designated “office.”
Magdalen is still conferring with her lawyer at this time, and has not yet made a statement.
The actual .PDF document of the court decision can be seen here:
Please remember that this case has cost Magdalen over $70,000, and she is in need of any donations to her legal fund that can be given. If you wish to donate to her legal fund, please click here:
I just don’t have the words.
(via Trevor Blake on American Samizdat).
July 21, 2007 at 2:53 am
Freedom of Religion as long as that religion is mainstream and Christian.
July 24, 2007 at 12:03 pm
From out of the blue, there’s been a break in the case that’s caught everyone off guard. The guy keeping track of this says it’s now in the level of the Twilight Zone.