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(Studio: Campbell Brown) The story of what went on inside one of Warren Jeffs' FLDS polygamy compounds in Eldorado, Texas, updated.
(San Angelo, Texas: David Mattingly) Breaking news on the naming of Dale Barlow as the abuser of the 16-year-old girl in the compound and the allegations about a "sex bed" in the temple reviewed; details given about the whereabouts of the girl who launched the raid on the compound and about the standoff at the compound when police first arrived. [Child Protection Project Joni HOLM- worries about the girl who is still in Texas.] The sect temple and possible rituals involving a "sex bed" discussed.
(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live discussion held with former FLDS member Flora Jessop and mind control expert Steve Hassan about the polygamous sect. [From Las Vegas, JESSOP - says these communities are ripe with abuse; recounts what the FLDS girls were taught about life on the outside and how she adjusted to life on the outside.] [From Boston, HASSAN - talks about his psycho-educational program used with former sect/cult members.]
- Brown, Campbell;
- Mattingly, David
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