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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Mat Staver
In a bitter, lengthy custody case pitting her parents against the state of Massachusetts, a conservative legal defense organization says it is taking legal steps Friday to reunite ailing teen Justina Pelletier with her family at her Connecticut home.
Justina Pelletier will soon be moved to a Connecticut facility where she will receive therapeutic services and be closer to home, a Massachusetts state official said Monday.
A traditional-values law firm is stepping up its efforts to assist a Connecticut family that has been embroiled in a public battle over custody of their sick teenage daughter.
Eight-year-old Sunnie Kahle likes to keep her hair short, wear boys' clothes, collect hunting knives and shoot her BB gun.
Justina plans to meet Thursday with bipartisan group of lawmakers and hold a press conference, said Mat Staver, chairman of Liberty Counsel, which has been active on the Pelletier family's behalf.
Noting that a lawsuit over the New Jersey ban is heading for the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals, Mr. Staver said, "I can assure you the battle over change therapy is far from over. We will be back."