Date: August 09, 2019 06:45PM
A man in our neighborhood ward's stake presidency was tried of murder, but his boss had it reduced to manslaughter, but the guy got off. Still, those several people are dead because of what he did. Using his "priesthood authority," this thug broke into my house and assaulted my sons, a couple of times, and they were too frightened to tell me. The last time, I walked in and witnessed the whole thing! The man would not stop, and I had to yell at him for several minutes, and dial 911 for the police, before he finally stopped and ran out the door. Hey, but this is just how Mormons treat Deacon boys, right?
All the crimes agains women are OK with Mormons, like conning women out of their money, lying and manipulating young inexperienced women into marriage, using women to support them through school. Spousal abuse is swept under the rug. Adultery is no big deal when the man does it; in fact, the woman is always to blame, no matter who cheats.
Rape--Mormons blame the victim. She should not have worn that outfit, should have not gone on that date or to that party, should not have walked to her BYU Cannon Center mailbox at night (where it happened to me.) The victim bears all the shame and consequences. The Mormon perp just lies, and carries on as usual, backed by his priesthood good-old-boys' club, on to his next victim.
Unwanted pregnancy and abortion--it's OK with Mormons. The young fathers are still allowed to go on missions, on schedule.
Molesting my little girl in her sleeping bag during a ward campout--that's OK as long as all the witnesses are threatened and are afraid to tell. The high school senior perp was the bishop's creepy son, and he went on his mission, got married in the temple, became Elder's Quorum President, went to work for his father, and had daughters of his own. Yes, he molested his own daughters, and got divorced, and quickly married someone in the Mormon Single Adult group.
Scamming people out of their money is actually a practice the cult itself depends on, so that's fine.
Outright stealing? My nephew stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from my uncles, my father, and me, but he still struts around like a well-respected Mormon stake leader.
But not one of these horrible slime-bags is an "apostate", so they plan on being in the Mormon CK.
Is there a name or an identified criminal charge for "taking up someone's life, wasting their time, and robbing them of their happiness?"