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Last Updated Jul 16, 2015 10:04AM

A new website details what it says are plural marriages and family trees within the Kingston polygamous sect and accuses the group of being the “Largest Sex Crime Organization in the United States of America.” The publishers of www.kingstonclan.com do …

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  • (Trent Nelson |Tribune file photo)  
The twin towns of Colorado City, Arizona and Hildale, Utah, where many followers of Warren Jeffs' FLDS church reside. Shown on September 20, 2007. Woman tries to run down constable during evictions at polygamous Short Creek
    Hildale, Utah • Tensions are growing among the polygamous sect that straddles the Utah-Arizona border and officials enforcing a slate of eviction noti...
    Updated Jul 11 2015 10:00 pm   |     |   Share
  • Seth Jeffs, right, the brother of Warren Jeffs, imprisoned leader of a polygamist sect, participates in a state water board meeting, Thursday, July 9, 2015, in Pierre, S.D. Jeffs and members of the United Order of South Dakota, a trust run by the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, are requesting additional water for their remote South Dakota compound.  (AP Photo/James Nord) South Dakota tells FLDS leader to bring details for water
    Pierre, S.D. • A secretive polygamous group will have to provide South Dakota regulators with more information before they will decide whether to allo...
    Updated Jul 11 2015 09:59 pm   |     |   Share
  • Attorney says polygamists’ faith relevant to water hearing
    Pierre, S.D. • The attorney for a western South Dakota woman attempting to stop a polygamous sect from using more water at its compound says evidence ...
    Updated Jul 09 2015 05:21 pm   |     |   Share
  • Polygamist sect in South Dakota wants to block FLDS discussions from water hearing
    Pierre, S.D. • A polygamous sect seeking permission to double the amount of water available at a remote South Dakota compound wants to block discussio...
    Updated Jul 09 2015 04:19 pm   |     |   Share


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The twin towns of Colorado City, Arizona and Hildale, Utah, where many followers of Warren Jeffs' FLDS church reside. Shown on September 20, 2007. July 4, at first mass party in more than a decade, former polygamous church members will celebrate their own freedom
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  • Handcuffed and flanked by Las Vegas Metro PD Swat officers, FLDS leader Warren Jeffs appeared before Judge James M. Bixler in the Clark County Regional Justice Center this morning and waived an extradition hearing, agreeing to be returned to Utah to face charges related to allegedly arranging an underage marriage. 
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A young girl mimics the photographer, while riding in the back of a truck in Hildale, Thursday September 25, 2014. Judge says not enough evidence — for now — that Utah polygamous towns discriminated
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The large community field in Hildale, Friday October 24, 2008. Polygamous towns’ water utility admits to felony, will pay fine in tax case
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  • FILE - In this Sept. 5, 2006, file photo, the Cadillac Escalade, according to authorities, in which polygamous church leader Warren Jeffs was riding in when he was apprehended by authorities is shown, in the garage at the FBI offices in Las Vegas. The car and items found inside it will be auctioned off in St. George.  (Jud Burkett/The Spectrum via AP) NO SALES Polygamist leader Warren Jeffs’ red Cadillac on auction in St. George
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The twin towns of Colorado City, Arizona and Hildale, Utah, where many followers of Warren Jeffs' FLDS church reside. Shown on September 20, 2007. Judge weighs if there’s enough evidence that polygamous towns discriminated
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l-r Lyle Jeffs, believed to be the FLDS bishop in Hildale, Utah, and Colorado City, Arizona, and Nephi Jeffs appeared in U. S. District Court in Salt Lake City, Wednesday, January 21, 2015. Both men, who are Warren Jeffs' brothers, have been served subpoenas in a U.S. Department of Labor lawsuit against Paragon Contractors, that provided labor for the Southern Utah Pecan Ranch near Hurricane. Both businesses are owned by members of the FLDS. Labor department investigators, according to court documents, believe that as many as 1,400 school-age children and their parents participated in the harvest. In court, wife of polygamous leader was worried children would be hidden from her
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