This guy is being treated just like Joseph Smith. Sad.
Split the reward? Really? What did Haug do? Other than talk to the
press--because the other employee sounds like he likes his privacy--what did
this guy do exactly? The employee who picked up on this and took action should
get every single solitary cent. I hope the FBI really takes into account that
this store owner seems to be elbowing his way into a payday.
@wrz:"He shoulda joined Islam and he'd be home free. Same with
Warren Jeffs. Islam adherents keep their women under harsh control. Also, its
adherents are admonished, by their holy writ, to to kill the infidel, including
Americans and Jews."Good point... and you shoulda added that the
Muslim religion has teachings and practices that are contrary to the US laws and
what America stands for. Yet, we see that their 'Shariah law' is
gaining acceptance in several locations in states such as Minnesota and Michigan
without interference with the law.
>>Exhibit a fomwhy "religious freedom" shouldn't be an
unlimited right. Straw man. No one here is arguing that religious
freedom should be an unlimited right. On the contrary, the LDS Church argues
that followers of Christ need to obey the law.>>It's
deplorable that anyone here would write in support of this man or his perverse
beliefs.No one here has written anything "in support of this man
or his perverse beliefs." On the contrary, every statement here has
condemned him. I suggest reading the comments before criticizing those who make
Exhibit a fomwhy "religious freedom" shouldn't be an unlimited
right. Religious practices and beliefs have limitations. It's deplorable
that anyone here would write in support of this man or his perverse beliefs.
Then again, what can I expect from The same crowd which voted for a 3 time
cheater who bragged about sexually assaulting women?Get Educated
Going forward, let me help the judges who obviously don't get it: If the
defendant has committed a felony, and also is an FLDS member, don't let
him/her out on bail. Just like the proponents of Sharia law who
want to do things their own way (often in direct contradiction to US law) within
this country, the FLDS do not support the law of the land and consider any
illegal thing they do, any lie they tell, any state/federal social program they
tap into and suck dry-- to be legal in the site of God and their leaders. I believe it is referred to as "bleeding the beast".Faithful LDS members following the 12th article of faith. The FLDS do not.Keep them in jail.
@procuradorfiscal:"This character has amply demonstrated the evil,
manipulative narcissism inherent in FLDS leadership."He shoulda
joined Islam and he'd be home free. Same with Warren Jeffs. Islam
adherents keep their women under harsh control. Also, its adherents are
admonished, by their holy writ, to to kill the infidel, including Americans and
Nice to see they got this slippery fugitive.
This character has amply demonstrated the evil, manipulative narcissism inherent
in FLDS leadership. It's beyond sad that too many LDS consider the FLDS
nothing more than a cute anachronism, something of a museum-eye view of what
life was like in early Utah history.Truths is, FLDS doctrine,
practice, and communities are polar opposites to those of our pioneer ancestors.
They constitute illegal and abdominal impositions on, and a clear and present
danger to, way too many people rendered weak and powerless, incapable of
thinking and acting for themselves, by its violent and secretive nature.People are free to think and believe anything they want, of course, but
savvy prosecutors -- in the interest of public safety -- should use the RICO
statute to ferret out and shut down this dangerous criminal enterprise, and
continue to jail its "made men" and "godfathers."
@Bountiful GuyThat was my thought as well. What was this Judge
thinking? Was anyone surprised that he absconded?
The judge who let him out should share his cell. This is a great arrest! And
they should also go after all the FLDS who sheltered him the last year.
I'll second that.... it is about time.....!"Just treat him
like an illegal alien and give him a court date to appear and let him
go."Not sure this is very accurate.... but sure, ok. Seeing
how he jumped bail once, I really doubt that will happen again. Jumping bail
really does change everything.
I hope he enjoyed his time on the lam. It will be hard to get much done from a
About time! Now there needs to be another judge to let him out on bail, a nice
guy like this. . . Just treat him like an illegal alien and give him a court
date to appear and let him go.