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By Donna Westfall – April 26, 2017 – It never ceases to amaze me when when government officials are paid to do a job and then don’t do it.  For example; the Ranger family is in the news again as Bryan Ranger goes on four years in jail without benefit of a trial.  Now that new information is coming out; the latest is Mercy Ranger’s confession, it’s looking pretty shocking at what has and has not transpired.

For example; we’ve all watched enough crime shows to know that when a female gets raped, there’s an exam that is done specifically to help identify the rapist.  If a teenager accuses her father with cries of “rape,” and then doesn’t undergo an exam, is that sloppy police work or what?

But what would you think if she withheld information about who she was really have sex with? If it winds up that her former lover/next door neighbor, who by all accounts is three times her age, is never investigated for statutory rape, is that obstruction of justice or what?  Is there a double standard in this county?

By all accounts, she confessed in 2014.  Bryan Ranger didn’t see her confession it until just recently.  It seems very strange or coincidental that the people who fought so hard to gain guardianship over Mercy Ranger also happen to be the parents of her former lover.

It also seems too coincidental that the psychologist who pronounced Judy Ranger mentally ill which led to her losing her parental rights to all nine of her children, also happened to work out at the prison with, guess who?  Right, the mother of Mercy’s former lover.

Watch the video and tell me what you think.

 

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