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New revelations, new trial, new phone calls?

Warren Jeffs is still seeing apocalyptic things. March has actually been rather a slow month for receiving revelations from God packets. Check out the new revelations here; big Warren Jeffs revelations calendar here.

Perhaps the most interesting thing about this latest set, as Paul Murphy with the Utah Attorney General's Office pointed out, is that they are signed by a couple of new faces: Richard Barlow and Edmund Barlow.

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Usually the signers are Vaughan Taylor, Nathan Jessop, John M. Barlow or John Wayman.

Any insights?

Anywho, Warren may get more vocal soon: His 90-day phone privilege suspension is slated to end Sunday, according to Texas prison officials.

Also, one of his former top men, Wendell Nielsen, is going to trial in Midland tomorrow. He's the 11th of the 12 FLDS men charged in Texas, and the only one to be facing straight bigamy charges.

It's being held in Midland rather than San Angelo, and Judge Barbara Walther has bowed out. Interesting.



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