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A Biography of False Prophet Warren Steed Jeffs and a History of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) by Robert Alan King is a biography that examines Warren Jeffs and the history of the FLDS Church. It is a historical account of polygamy, adultery, and child molestation in the name of God.

The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) owns walled and fenced compounds across the United States and Canada complete with watchtowers in an effort to keep evil outsiders from entering and isolate their righteous followers within. Their supposed prophet Warren Steed Jeffs towers 6'3" with short brown hair and wide brown eyes often peering out from a pair of wire-rimmed glasses. Though Jeffs is now doing a life sentence in a Texas prison, he still controls the FLDS sect with approximately 10,000 followers and has at least 77 wives still under his control.
This book will tell the strange story of the FLDS by examining its original roots in the Mormon Church and then explain how it formed from the major faction of Mormon fundamentalists after the 1890 church manifesto that banned polygamy. We will examine the sect's growth and early years as it morphed from a priesthood council of seven men to a one-man prophet dictatorship. The three major splits within the faction will also be discussed.

At last we will travel along with the pedophile Warren Jeffs and witness his sexual perversion and lust for power as he takes away the innocence of young children and rips apart the families of his followers under the guise of ensuring salvation of his flock in the name of God. You will also be able to watch the inability of law enforcement to effectively lock Jeffs up for good until hoax phone calls from a woman in Colorado provides them with the break that finally uncovers the evidence they need to put him away in prison for the rest of his life.

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