I wonder what will happen with this:
Well, establishing paternity and maternal age and the ages of the kids should get his kids back pronto, right? Where is the state going with this?
A man who identified himself as Rulon said he has six children who have been taken by the state.
"I think it's an embarrassment for the state to require this. We have broken no laws. It makes me feel like a criminal," Rulon said as he left the Schleicher County Memorial Building in Eldorado.
About a dozen women also submitted themselves for fingerprinting, photographing and DNA testing to be compared with the children seized from the Yearning for Zion Ranch, owned by the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
State District Judge Barbara Walther on Friday ordered all 437 children in state custody, and their parents, to submit to DNA testing so authorities could establish identities and family ties.