Extradition of WSJ: Back to Utah, then to Texas

Too bad the prosecutor dismissed those charges against Warren in Arizona — word on the street is that Warren was pretty cozy in Arizona and preferred it to the Utah prison.   I don’t think he’ll like Texas too much either.   Shame.

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~ by FLDS TEXAS on June 9, 2010.

21 Responses to “Extradition of WSJ: Back to Utah, then to Texas”

  1. LMAO at the Gastric Bypass Attorneys ad from Google.

  2. Someone needs to call up Gov Perry and explain to him step by step how to fill out the paperwork for Warren’s extradition to Texas otherwise he’s liable to screw it up.

  3. This Google ad is even better Anon –
    Ads by Google
    US Extradition Service
    Prisoner Transportation Nationwide, Cost Effective Service
    http://www.usextradition.org

  4. ProudTexan, I’ve been thinking your governor is pretty sharp. Do you really think he could screw up Warren’s extradition?

  5. Anon 8:19 pm,
    Gastric bypass surgery is no joke.If you don’t take vitamin supplements after having that surgery, you can get very sick.
    Lap band is a less risky procedure, but still there can be problems.

  6. Wouldn’t the state attorney general be assisting the governor in completion of the paperwork ?

  7. Road trip! But he wont be in the Cherry Caddy this time.

    He will be in chains. And perhaps that is Gods will, as Sasha says on the trib.

    Do a little drive by of Shortcreek, dust his shoes again, rattle his chains.

    OOGA BOOGA!

  8. Stamp – you still got it! 🙂

  9. S – i wasn’t laughing at gastric bypass, but rather the attorney ad they had up there.

  10. I believe you, anon.

  11. Brooke just tweeted that the Texas AG has started the process to bring Warren from Utah to Texas.

  12. Excellent news, Proud. At least in Texas, we can count on the fact that Warren will occupy a jail cell for the rest of his life.

  13. Thanks Walton, so good to see you!

  14. We can only hope S.

  15. “Mike Piccarreta, filed probably his last motion Friday in Mohave County Superior Court opposing any extradition to Texas due to “constitutional infirmities” that may occur in the Texas justice system.”

    http://www.mohavedailynews.com/articles/2010/06/16/news/local/doc4c18719d0d4d0149220277.txt

    “constitutional infirmities” ? What the heck is that supposed to mean?

  16. Here ya go boots:

    n·fir·mi·ty

     /ɪnˈfɜrmɪti/ Show Spelled[in-fur-mi-tee] Show IPA
    –noun, plural -ties for 1, 3.
    1.
    a physical weakness or ailment: the infirmities of age.
    2.
    quality or state of being infirm; lack of strength.
    3.
    a moral weakness or failing.

    —Related forms
    su·per·in·fir·mi·ty, noun, plural -ties.

    —Synonyms
    3. flaw, defect, fault.

    I guess he thinks our law against pedophiles and child abusers is flawed, but if the FLDS don’t like the law, they are more than welcome to pack their bags and leave.

  17. Wonder if Warren got to witness the execution.

  18. Blood atonement, yes?

  19. Oh My,
    Warren did not get to witness the execution. It was not God’s will.

    Warren was only allowed to hear the POP, POP, POP, POP, POP of the 5 rifles.

  20. hearing the pops are good in my book.

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