Remember when the state of Texas took 440 children away from their parents? Well, they now claim that only one child is alleged to have been harmed.
Texas officials say more than 440 children seized during an April raid on a polygamist ranch can safely live with their parents or guardians.
Authorities feared some girls were being forced into underage marriages and boys were being raised to be perpetrators. The Texas Supreme Court later ruled the action was too broad and ordered the children back to their parents. The Associated Press has learned that so far the custody cases for 235 children have been dropped, and Texas Child Protective Services says more cases are likely to be dropped. Only one child - a girl allegedly married FLDS leader Warren Jeffs when she was 12 - has been returned to foster care.