From the Columbus Dispatch-
Attorneys for Fathima Rifqa Bary want the 17-year-old Columbus runaway moved to a different foster home, according to a court document.
Through the discovery process used to clarify evidence, Franklin County Children Services made the names of Rifqa’s foster parents available to everyone involved in the case, according to the motion to move her that was filed Monday by attorneys Kort Gatterdam and Angela Lloyd and Rifqa’s guardian ad litem, Bonnie Vangeloff.
The names could be used to search for an address, and Rifqa could be at risk, the attorneys wrote, saying that both Rifqa and her parents have been threatened.
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