These Are The Women Who Had
Their Children Taken Away By Zionists
Jeffs' Congregation Prays For
Mormon Leader On Death Watch
Mormon leader Warren Jeffs tried to hang himself earlier this year,
according to court documents unsealed by a Utah judge on Tuesday.
Jeffs, the leader of the 10,000-member Fundamentalist Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, was sentenced to 10 years for two counts
of being an accomplice to rape. He officiated at a marriage ceremony
of a girl under 18.
Among the documents is a competency report on Jeffs completed in
April, in which social worker Eric Nielsen wrote that throughout the
month of January, Jeffs refused food and drink and developed joint
problems from kneeling in prayer for hours.
Prison officials finally recognized that Reverend Jeffs' physical
condition was precariously close to death due to his refusal to eat.
"He is weaker and more debilitated. . . . His vital signs are worse,"
wrote Dr. Kirsten Mortensen. "His death could be imminent without
immediate medical intervention."
The Southern Poverty Law Center
The Jewish 'Watch-Dog' group, who were thought to be the driving
force behind the Mormon leader's arrest, and the brutal raid on the
compound, is eerily silent.
First It Was The Baptists
When the Baptists openly discussed the brutality of
Israel against the Palestinians, there were
nine churches burnt down. Next, the
Episcopalians divested church funds from Israeli investments and the
IRS was at their door. When the
Catholics finally said something, there was a mysterious rash of
pedophile cases. To bring home the point a Jewish judge threw a 74 yr
old priest in a maximum security prison, where he
was knifed to death.
In the meantime, Bernie Madoff was sent to the hospital
Butner FCI, the most luxurious prison