Polygamy

Polygamous Kingston community dubbed a hate group by Southern Poverty Law Center - Salt Lake Tribune


Salt Lake Tribune

Polygamous Kingston community dubbed a hate group by Southern Poverty Law Center
Salt Lake Tribune
Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune Polygamist John Daniel Kingston, left, in attendance at a memorial for the 13 (and 1 still missing) victims of a September 14th flash flood. The memorial was held in Maxwell Park in Hildale, Saturday September 26, 2015.

Warren Jeffs' polygamist bishop brother Lyle has his trial for benefits fraud and money laundering delayed because ... - Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Warren Jeffs' polygamist bishop brother Lyle has his trial for benefits fraud and money laundering delayed because ...
Daily Mail
Warren Jeffs' polygamist brother Lyle, who was arrested for food stamp fraud, has been given a delay on his trial date as he battles health issues. Lyle was captured by the FBI last month after he went into hiding for over a year when indicted on ...

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Defense Team for Polygamist Leader Lyle Jeffs Seeks Trial Delay, Claims He Has Brain Injuries - LawNewz


LawNewz

Defense Team for Polygamist Leader Lyle Jeffs Seeks Trial Delay, Claims He Has Brain Injuries
LawNewz
Defense lawyers for infamous polygamist leader Lyle Jeffs, who is currently on trial for money laundering and food stamp fraud charges, are seeking a 120 day delay for his upcoming trial, Fox 13 reports. Jeffs' attorney Kathy Nester mentioned the large ...

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Polygamist leader Lyle Jeffs has brain injuries and seeks trial delay, defense says - fox13now.com


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Polygamist leader Lyle Jeffs has brain injuries and seeks trial delay, defense says
fox13now.com
SALT LAKE CITY — Defense lawyers for polygamist leader Lyle Jeffs are seeking a delay of his upcoming trial on food stamp fraud and money laundering charges. In a court filing on Tuesday, Jeffs' defense attorney, Kathy Nester, asked for a 120 day delay.

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Polygamy's becoming more acceptable. Is this the “Sister Wives” effect? - Colorado Springs Gazette


Polygamy's becoming more acceptable. Is this the “Sister Wives” effect?
Colorado Springs Gazette
Beginning in the mid-2000s, television shows began to feature polygamist characters — though these depictions were not always favorable. The TLC show “Sister Wives” premiered in 2010, and according to The Washington Post, humanized a family of ...

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Polygamy's becoming more acceptable. Is this the “Sister Wives” effect? - Religion News Service


Polygamy's becoming more acceptable. Is this the “Sister Wives” effect?
Religion News Service
Beginning in the mid-2000s, television shows began to feature polygamist characters — though these depictions were not always favorable. The TLC show “Sister Wives” premiered in 2010, and according to The Washington Post, humanized a family of ...

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