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Texas takes steps to seize polygamist sect's ranch

Texas officials on Wednesday moved in court to seize a 1,600-acre West Texas ranch where officials say jailed polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs sexually assaulted children.Full story

Doomsday prophecy closes shops in Arizona town

Utah can keep control of polygamous sect's land: federal court

Court upholds sale of polygamous church assets

Texas out to seize Warren Jeffs' polygamist ranch

AUSTIN, Texas — Texas wants ownership of Warren Jeffs' massive polygamist ranch where prosecutors say the convicted sect leader and his followers sexually assaulted dozens of children, the state attorney general's office said Wednesday.A judge will determine whether to grant the state control of Full story

Abrupt Closure of Businesses Blamed on Doomsday Prophecy

There's mystery, worry, and new indications of turmoil among followers of imprisoned polygamist leader Warren Jeffs. At least three of his followers' most prominent businesses were suddenly closed in the Fundamentalist LDS Church's twin towns of Colorado City, Ariz., and Hildale, Utah. The closures Full story

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Warren Jeffs confers with his defense attorneys Walter Bugden and Richard Wright during his sentencing in the Fifth District Court in St. George
Warren Jeffs confers with his defense attorneys Walter Bugden and Richard Wright during his sentencing in the Fifth District Court in St. George

Polygamist leader Warren Jeffs confers with his defense attorneys Walter Bugden and Richard Wright during his sentencing in the Fifth District Court in St. George, Utah November 20, 2007. REUTERS/Jud Burkett/Pool