Monday, June 02, 2008

I guess what won't work here, will work up north. Canada appoints "Persecutor"

They're not like us you know, for one thing Canada has already legalized Polygyny, if you don't believe me just read the blog. This also has implications regarding the supposedly pregnant remaining "underage" girl or girls in the YFZ raid.

The Deseret News - VICTORIA, British Columbia — "British Columbia's top lawyer on Monday appointed a special prosecutor to look into allegations of sexual misconduct within the polygamous community of Bountiful in western Canada.

Attorney General Wally Oppal said lawyer Terrence Robertson has been appointed to assess the likelihood of criminal convictions in the community, a breakaway Mormon sect of about 1,500 people that practices polygamous marriages long ago abandoned by the mainstream church. The community includes about 500 U.S. citizens."

So they appoint a "special persecutor" as it were.

"At least one teenager from Bountiful was apprehended by U.S. authorities in April when a sister polygamous community in Texas was raided."

Whoa there, you mean it could be that the "girls" that were "caught" in Texas (if there are any) might not even be from THIS COUNTRY? A girl that got pregnant, out of this country? Did I say that? Oh yes I did. Two months ago.

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John said...

Mmm. Don't fret yet. Canada has been pretty good dealing with the Doukhobors. I don't see why they won't be just as understanding dealing with the FLDS.

Hugh McBryde said...

As usual it's Polygamy they supposedly are prosecuting, but in fact it will be something like child marriage or child sex they end up prosecuting or investigating. Then we will be asked to believe that FLDS Polygynists have a greater problem with that, than the population at large.