New Jersey Brother & Sister Legally Married Each Other? | True Or False
The rumors of a New Jersey Couple, Brother & Sister, winning the right of incest marriage has shocked everyone who came across the news. We were shocked as well. The news sources say both the brother and sister were facing a 10-year court battle when finally U.S supreme court ruled in their favor. But is the news really true or false?
Rumor | New Jersey Brother & Sister Married Each Other
August 6, 2019, the date when the news source World News Daily Report started the rumor. We are not sure who their source was, but many other channels have confirmed they read the news on that website first. The brother James Banes and the sister Victoria Banes were fighting for the right to get married to each other. Five judges unanimously granted the appeal after the ten-year battle. In fact, the news source claimed James Banes shared his joy with reporters.
Incest has been practiced by humans since the dawn of time. If Adam and Eve hadn’t done it, the human race would not be here today.
They further confirmed that the overjoyed pair of New Jersey Brother & Sister wanted this particular tabboo i.e. incest marriage legalized for others as well.
We did it for millions of Americans who have consensual incestuous relationships and who are living in fear.
Banes Family Lawyer Julianne Grey’s argument was also shared to add further evidence for the news.
criminalizing incestuous marriage while first-cousin marriage was legal in the state of New Jersey was a nonsensical and discriminatory measure.
Victoria Banes is apparently pregnant with twins and they want to have a big family now.
The Truth Behind The Legal Incest Marriage
No, it is not true. The news was crafted by a mastermind who spent all his/her intellect on crafting the news. However, it is what it is, fake news. The World News Daily report already have a detailed disclaimer which saves them from claims on fake news.
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The characters and pictures used by the news source in their fake article of New Jersey Brother & Sister are actually of a real-life couple. The heterosexual couple, Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan, won the right to enter a civil partnership instead of getting married. And the judges granted the appeal after a 4-year battle. The Civil Partnership Act of 2004 only allowed civil partnerships between same-sex couples.