Saturday, August 6, 2011

Two sisters in rural Kentucky do not exist

 Louisville, Kentucky - Acording to the federal government, two sisters in rural Kentucky do not exist. The women weren’t born in a hospital, never went to public school and only recently obtained birth certificates after they sued the state. Still, that’s not enough for Raechel and Stephanie Schultz to land legitimate jobs. The sisters needSocial Security numbers, so they have sued the federal government. The Schultz sisters live with their parents in Lily, near the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Their family doesn’t have a phone and their attorney gets a hold of them by calling an out-of-state relative, who in turn contacts the family. Both were delivered at the family’s home because of their religious beliefs. More

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