Who’s on First?

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~ by FLDS TEXAS on March 28, 2011.

25 Responses to “Who’s on First?”

  1. Here’s an article from the Houston Post about this:

    http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/ap/top/all/7495011.html

  2. Holy Book of Enoch, Batman!

    “”I, the undersigned, William Edson Jessop, have been called as the President of The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in conformity with the constitution, canons, rites, regulations, or discipline of such church, and by virtue of such calling I am the corporation sole of The Corporation of the President of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, organized under the laws of the State of Utah.””

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    What will the other Willie think?

    http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/home/51518384-76/jeffs-jessop-church-filed.html.csp

  3. Wonder if Merril and Wendell are part of Timpson-Jessop’s underlings.

  4. Jessop may have given his addy as Colorado on the document, but it was notarized in SLC Utah.

    Today!

  5. In the interview he said he’d been living in Pringle SD since 2004.

  6. Where I live it takes more than an unfriendly filing to dethrone the president of a business entity and institute ones-self.

  7. Agree that this filing is week in getting anything done, sans other officers and / or current president agreeing.

    But then this is FLDSville, where they put the FUNK in DysFUNKtional.

  8. Sooo..does this mean he also has control over YFZippers??? I think I am totally confused???

  9. I dont think he has control of anything – yet. There may be fireworks yet to come.

  10. ohhh…I don’t doubt there will be fireworks…for sure!!

  11. If Fugly has been in charge in SD and they are way behind on paying property taxes, that doesn’t say much for his management ability.

  12. Well, it sounds to me like the legal bills are taking precedence over paying their own expenses. That’s my guess. But I guess I’m being overly optimistic in hoping these people can have some sort of sane and compassionate leadership.

  13. Betty said:… these people can have some sort of sane and compassionate leadership.

    Wouldn’t that be sumthin’! Seems it’s been awhile since either of those words were used in the context of FLDS leadership!

  14. But, what if WSJ turns right around and takes it back???

  15. http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/home/51542038-76/jeffs-church-president-jessop.html.csp

  16. Hopefully someone can obtain and post the latest affidavits.

  17. Third Cousin, go here
    http://childbrides.org/control_Boyd_Knudson_removes_Wille_E_Jessop_as_President_of_FLDS_and_adds_Warren_3-31-2011.pdf

  18. so has anyone verified if wendell or merrill are backing william e. jessops claim to the presidency

  19. not necessarily confirmed by asking out right, but they were pretty chummy with Thugly at their hearings and Thugly is known to be backing Timpson-Jessop.

    Thugly pronounced himself a “disputed” lost boy.

  20. An article on the Timpson/Jessop takeover I hadn’t seen:

    http://www.kansascity.com/2011/03/29/2761990/presidency-change-spurs-questions.html

  21. Third Cousin, the last 2 paragraphs of the article you linked to says:

    “Many in Utah’s other polygamous churches are now wondering what’s next for members of the FLDS, many of whom are their family members.

    “There are going to be people who will no longer follow Warren Jeffs and those who feel that that is where their eternal salvation is,” said Ann Wright, a member of Centennial Park, a northern Arizona sect that broke from the FLDS in 1984. “I think that depends on where each person is spiritually and where they are in their journey.”

    The strange thing is that Ann Wright of Centennial Park is nowhere close to being a family member of the FLDS. Ann Wright was a member of the mainstream LDS (Morman) church who converted to the Fundamentalist Mormon polygamous Centennial Park group.

    I don’t believe she ever had any FLDS family members. She is an active member of the Centennial Park Action Committee that is devoted to getting polygamy decriminalized.

  22. Interesting, Anon 11:08 – how old is Ann and when did she convert from mainstream LDS?

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