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Lead attorney in FLDS custody case resigns
The lead attorney at the center of the largest child-removal case in U.S. history has turned in his resignation and neither he nor Texas Child Protective Services are saying why."It is with great regret that I hereby tender my resignation as a staff attorney for the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services,” Childress wrote in an Oct. 9 letter obtained by the Houston Chronicle on Thursday.