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Polygamy in America / FLDS / Jessop's Story (Part II) #825050

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 06, 2006
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(Studio: Heidi Collins) Report introduced.

(No location given: Anderson Cooper) The story of Carolyn Jessop, who grew up in the Mormon sect FLDS led by Rulon Jeffs, the father of current sect leader Warren Jeffs, that practices polygamy, featured; photos shown. [Former FLDS member JESSOP - recounts being sent to marry a 32-year-older man, not being allowed birth control, how things changed when Warren took over, escaping with her eight children, who were terrified of the outside world, how the outside world does not understand where she came from.]

Collins, Heidi;
Cooper, Anderson

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