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Policing Polygamy / Colorado City, Arizona #1028822

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 14, 2012
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(Studio: Soledad O'Brien) The control of the FLDS by Warren Jeffs, who is in prison, noted; Jeffs poster shown.

(Colorado City, Arizona: Gary Tuchman) The new patrolling of the polygamist community of Colorado City, Arizona, by county sheriffs featured; details given about the issue of the protection of those not in the sect and the threat of CNN arrests by local police. [Mohave County Sheriff Tom SHEAHAN†- talks about the sect.] [Kicked out of the FLDS, David BISTLINE†, Isaac WYLER†- react to how they have been treated after being expelled.] [FLDS Leroy JOHNSON - says Jeffs is still our prophet.]

O'Brien, Soledad;
Tuchman, Gary

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