"It was clear that this investigation was not about religion. It was about child abuse, sanctioned and directed by the FLDS men in authority," Wall wrote in the epilogue of her new book. "As hard as it has been to watch the events of Eldorado unfold, they prove that there are still so many young girls who don't realize yet that they, too, have the right to cry out against injustice."
Wall's multi-million dollar lawsuit against Jeffs, the FLDS Church and the court-controlled United Effort Plan Trust are still pending. The Deseret News reported on Monday that Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff will be deposed in the case.
Wall writes that she wants to set up a fund for women and girls who leave the FLDS sect."It is my intention to use proceeds from that lawsuit, a portion of my profits from this book, and donations to start and operate the MJ Fund," she wrote.
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