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Published: Friday, Dec. 23 2011 9:00 p.m. MST

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Taylorsville, UT

Clever miscarriage of justice. Isn't all the home property belonging to the FLDS religion organization and not taxable under tax exemption laws as religious use property? The tax commission and prosecutors and judges are defining and changing tax laws. Really though, I think its all an act of retribution and persecution and harassment.

With this change in the laws doesn't that mean that the Mormons also must pay taxes on all their buildings (wards), farms, and store houses? And the chapels or every religion now is a taxable property. Don't mind if the state does tax property belonging to religions, but it has to be all religions and all faiths.

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Beverly Hills, CA

I see they are paying Rod Parker still.... Guess that's where the tax money is going... Oh that and the 5,000 in monthly club dues they all gotta pay.

Building up new lands of refuge and hiring waves of attorneys isnt cheap.

But then who said Warren was thrifty?

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