Families Sought for “Lost Children” of FLDS Sect


2  Updated at 6:10 am, March 5th, 2013 By: Managing Editor
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(ST GEORGE, UT)  —  Utah state welfare officials are working to find homes for hundreds of displaced teenagers who have been ejected from their polygamous homes. The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, which maintains large property holdings throughout the I-15 corridor, including Idaho, excommunicates teenage boys perceived to be a threat to the isolated polygamous communities throughout Utah and Arizona. Authorities say it’s crucial that the teens be placed in loving foster families to keep them off the streets and away from drugs and alcohol.

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  • The Mormons have more than enough resources to help. The fact that they aren’t proves that they enjoy watching us suffer.

  • snottys mentor

    Oh smitty I remember when you were little. you was a little mouthy brat.. wow you haven’t changed a bit! grow up and stop looking for free bees….