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Published: Friday, March 11 2011 2:00 p.m. MST

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Tooele, UT

The voters of Utah need to investigate the state Judge who mishandled his case and consider voting her out the next time she comes up for retention.

Quiz question: What is her name?

You'll need to know that if you're going to fire her.

Tooele, UT

Please correct my typo in the last post I submitted.

his should = "this"

Kearns, UT

The judges decision seems pretty straight forward and simple to understand so what is Utah not understanding? What the state has done would be like their taking over the LDS or Catholic church properties and assets claiming violations of trust. Utah government is the last entity to say any one has violated a trust. Persecution is live a well in Utah, they believe in it highly and have little regard for personal rights and freedoms.

Monroe, UT

Well,Goody, Goody Gumdrops, Judge Lindberg---you are going to pause now in light of higher court rulings!

You really should have paused before you started this whole mess several years ago. You should have known you were entering "forbidden" territory.

I hope the FLDS score a big victory in this legal battle.

Spot Light
Beverly Hills, CA

Look out hatfields, the mccoys are warming up!

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