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Article in Cranbrook Daily Townsman by Trevor Crawley
Winston Blackmore just doesn’t get it. He does not have to “deny” his faith. He just has to stop breaking the law. This is not a “religious” fight, it is a legal one with human rights implications. The sooner he has to sit in a jail cell, the better. This ruling has been a long time coming. Canada has said no to polygamy once and for all. NM Legal polygamy battle not over yet...
Court ruling convicting Winston Blackmore and James Oler of polygamy
My sincere thanks to Special Prosecutor Peter Wilson for this! NM
From the Salt Lake Tribune–“convicted Canadian polygamists did nothing wrong”–supporters
A fascinating recent study on fumarase disease caused by polygamy (inter-marriage)
• Genetics The polygamous town facing genetic disaster In a remote region of the US, a town is struggling with a chilling health crisis caused by a recessive gene. The reason? Here, polygamy is still practised. BBC News By Zaria Gorvett 26 July 2017 “We are to gird up our loins and fulfil this, just as we would any other duty…” said Brigham Young, who led the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), or Mormons, back in the mid-19th Century. It was a sweltering summer’s day in Provo City, Utah and as he spoke, high winds swirled dust...
Daphne Bramham: Blackmore welcomes guilty verdict
Daphne Bramham: Blackmore welcomes guilty verdict in polygamy case...
Canadian Press: Former bishops guilty of polygamy in Bountiful
I now feel like I can exhale! There have been so many, many players involved in the building of this case over the years. I thank all of you from the bottom of my heart. NM Former bishops guilty of polygamy in Bountiful NATIONAL POST THE CANADIAN PRESS July 24, 2017 CRANBROOK, B.C. — Two former bishops of an isolated religious commune in British Columbia have been found guilty of practising polygamy after a decades-long legal fight launched by the provincial government. Winston Blackmore, 60, was married to Jane Blackmore and then married 24 additional women as part of so-called...
I am overcome with emotion and joy! NM
Daphne Bramham: Bountiful’s victims deserve compensation
I could not agree more, Daphne, but will these child victims (many more than just the three referenced in your article) be given the same status as Omar Khadar in that they were taken out of the country in which they were born to another country to be married to a despotic, pedophile religious leader? I cannot think of a worse torture!! To see the list of under-aged girls trafficked between 1990-2006 from Bountiful to the States, scroll down to the search box on the right sidebar and type in “underaged girls”. I was sent this list during the Warren...
Daphne Bramham: Even guilty verdicts in polygamy trial unlikely to end Bountiful saga
Daphne Bramham: Even guilty verdicts in polygamy trial unlikely to end Bountiful saga Vancouver Sun DAPHNE BRAMHAM July 21, 2017 On Monday, two former bishops of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will hear the verdict in their polygamy trial, Canada’s first such trial since 1906. Winston Blackmore is Canada’s most outspoken, prolific and unapologetic polygamist. His indictment lists 24 women as wives and he is known to have fathered 148 children, three of whom have been born since his trial on one count of polygamy concluded in April. His co-defendant is James Oler. Originally, four...
Mainstream LDS making their presence known in St. George, UT
The saddest story I ever heard from Debbie Palmer was when she first left Bountiful in 1988, mainstream Mormon women latched onto her trying to convince her that their “prophet” and “church” was the only “true” religion. They go after the vulnerable any way they can. In the 70s and early 80s the LDS had tracts targeting new widow(er)s, people who had lost children or other loved ones, any type of crisis. It hasn’t stopped. Will it ever? NM Mormon church — the one that doesn’t practice polygamy — is becoming a fixture in a polygamous town By NATE CARLISLE...
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