Gentile | 5:18 p.m. Jan. 11, 2011 Does this having anything to do
with the book, Mormon Murders? That book was fascinating. If you haven't read
it, you should. -----------------Answer: Yes. It's the
same case, and Hoffman is the same murderer.
I have not read Salamander, but I have read the Mormon Murders.I
suspect that they look at the situation in a somewhat different light.Mormon Murders may not be on the "approved" reading list. (it was
Does this having anything to do with the book, Mormon Murders? That book was
fascinating. If you haven't read it, you should.
Fascinating. Even though he's a liar, what he writes rings true. Except the
suicide part. Where and how that bomb went off makes me think it may have been
intended for someone else. We'll probably never know.
I read the book "Salamandre" which was written by reporters on the DN.
I couldn't put it down. It was fascinating. It basically came to the same
conclusions that Hoffman states were his motives in this letter. He wanted to
make money and he wanted to destroy the Church. When he got into financial
trouble, he wanted to stop the action and stop Steven Christensen from exposing
him. We all see where that got him. He has destroyed the lives of many others
as well as his own.
The letter now released - What is the status of it? What was it's purpose?
Requested? By whom? Released now per what requirement or request?
The life of somebody overcome by the greatest deceiver: The Adversary.It's best to stay honest or he will pull you down.
i bet this guy gets beat up in jail every day. at least i hope he is. he is
sick and i am not sure why he is still allowed to live.
He has made a habit of manipulating and lying...Although it is
*interesting* to see it... One a manipulator and liar, always a manipulator an