Sacred Cows: UEP Responds

This pleadings has dictations that I don’t believe we’ve seen before, although they may possibly have been admitted in one of the criminal trials   Here you have Warren’s infamous “answer them nothing” directive in black and white.   No longer a rumor or legend — Warren’s own words, repeated often apparently, and laid down as a religious test to the FLDS people.

This is very compelling.  I cannot imagine any court would allow Warren or his minions to participate in this litigation after seeing that Warren made a very informed and conscious choice not to participate in the UEP litigation — he even commanded his followers not to participate or cooperate at all, threatening ex-communication to anyone who cooperated or claimed a home or property from the UEP.

Interesting reading about the Not-So-Sacred-Cows as well.   Who would have ever thought that Rod Parker or Willie the Stooge would lie to the Court?   Shortly I will post the response of Harker Dairy , who should have been included as a party since it is that company that entered into the cow contract.


~ by FLDS TEXAS on January 6, 2010.

27 Responses to “Sacred Cows: UEP Responds”

  1. “…which cattle are allegedly unique and irreplaceable (they are actually run-of-the-mill cows).”

    Just how do they expect us to fit that on a bumper sticker?

    Plus, “Save the run-of-the-mill cows!” just doesn’t have any flair to it or invoke the urgency of an emergency.

    No sacred cows.


    I feel so duped.

  2. Page 11 — “The [Arizona] Attorney General notes the potential theft of surface water rights from the Trust by Petitioner Willie Jessop….”

    Pretty blunt, that.

  3. Wow. Just puts it right out there about Willie stealing water from the Trust.

  4. “If you must answer a subpoena and such, still you should testify nothing. And even if it ends up your personal assets be affected so be it. But I say to you that if you testify at all of Father’s and I’s doings you will prove a traitor and lose priesthood.”

    What a guy.

  5. The Trust lawyers have a sense of humor. Pg. 15 …..”they (Willie Jessop and cohorts) attempting to unscramble an egg.”

  6. Warren Jeffs is an idiot.

    And those that follow him, even more so.

  7. i’m really upset that those cows turned out not to be sacred. what ever will i do with all the signs i made to “save the sacred cows”.

  8. Can we switch a couple of the letters and change our tactic to “SAVE THE SCARED COWS!”?

  9. they probably are scared, scared that willie wants them for a BBQ.

  10. “The Lord has specifically shown me great concern about Richard Allred who is now mayor of Colorado City. Also a great concern about Sam Barlow who continues confiding in our former lawyers [that would include Rodney Parker’s firm].”

    Is there anyone that Warren wasn’t/isn’t afraid of?

  11. “The Lord has shown me that if anybody steps forth to claim those lands and houses that belong to the Lord [read UEP], they are thieves and they will lose their Priesthood and Priesthood blessings and be apostate.”

    What an eyesole.

  12. did you notice that in 2004 the 1st presidency was william e timpson jessop and leroy jeffs, now its wendell nielsen and merril jessop. had to change since he exed timpson-jessop and his older bubba.

  13. look at the last line of exhibit 5 – “mother ___________ has lost her place.” how rude is that to kick an old lady to the curb.

  14. “I witnessed some things on the television…prostitution…full nudity…and corruption…I retired to be around 2:00 a.m. in the morning.”

    Again with the late night cable porn in a motel room.

    And still more tanning salons.

  15. Wonder what her sin was?

    I’m thinking it probably wasn’t watching late night porn.

  16. whatever happened with the stuff from the red caddy? was the stop ever declared illegal as warren spouts about on page 4?

  17. Nope, Warren’s hopes regarding the traffic stop were without merit.

    Shocking, I know.

    There were some agreements between the feds and his attorneys with regard to some of the documents, but I don’t recall the specifics.

  18. wonder if its available through the freedom of information act.

  19. after some sleep, i’m wondering if wee willie and company can be put in jail and/or fined for creating an emergency and taking up the supreme court’s valuable time with lies.

  20. isn’t there contempt of court?

  21. Rule 11 violation, Utah Rules of Civil Procedure.

    Rule 11. Signing of pleadings, motions, affidavits, and other papers; representations to court; sanctions.

    (a) Signature.

    (a)(1) Every pleading, written motion, and other paper shall be signed by at least one attorney of record, or, if the party is not represented, by the party.

    (a)(2) A person may sign a paper using any form of signature recognized by law as binding. Unless required by statute, a paper need not be accompanied by affidavit or have a notarized, verified or acknowledged signature. If a rule requires an affidavit or a notarized, verified or acknowledged signature, the person may submit a declaration pursuant to Utah Code Section 78B-5-705. If a statute requires an affidavit or a notarized, verified or acknowledged signature and the party electronically files the paper, the signature shall be notarized pursuant to Utah Code Section 46-1-16.

    (a)(3) An unsigned paper shall be stricken unless omission of the signature is corrected promptly after being called to the attention of the attorney or party.

    (b) Representations to court. By presenting a pleading, written motion, or other paper to the court (whether by signing, filing, submitting, or advocating), an attorney or unrepresented party is certifying that to the best of the person’s knowledge, information, and belief, formed after an inquiry reasonable under the circumstances,

    (b)(1) it is not being presented for any improper purpose, such as to harass or to cause unnecessary delay or needless increase in the cost of litigation;

    (b)(2) the claims, defenses, and other legal contentions are warranted by existing law or by a nonfrivolous argument for the extension, modification, or reversal of existing law or the establishment of new law;

    (b)(3) the allegations and other factual contentions have evidentiary support or, if specifically so identified, are likely to have evidentiary support after a reasonable opportunity for further investigation or discovery; and

    (b)(4) the denials of factual contentions are warranted on the evidence or, if specifically so identified, are reasonably based on a lack of information or belief.

    (c) Sanctions. If, after notice and a reasonable opportunity to respond, the court determines that subdivision (b) has been violated, the court may, subject to the conditions stated below, impose an appropriate sanction upon the attorneys, law firms, or parties that have violated subdivision (b) or are responsible for the violation.

  22. i like contempt of court. that’s not a bailable offense.

  23. Note to Warren’s flock:

    When he suggests anything resembling a legal strategy or tactic, do exactly the opposite and the end results can only be better.

  24. so true twist, so true

  25. in looking at exhibit 1, it appears that some of the members might be hard of hearing. WSJ keeps saying hello, can you hear me?

  26. Got a good laugh from this post on the Trib so decided to share (credit given to Katchalater)

    Katchalater: 1/8/2010 12:15:00 PM

    Exodus 32-34
    When Moses came down the mountain, he could not believe his eyes. The people were worshiping a COW instead of God. He became angry.

    Woe unto the cow worshippers.

  27. A list by the FBI of the loot found in the red Caddy:

    Photos of the loot found in the red Caddy:

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