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"If they do, though, the arc of justice, it’s going to bend in our favor," he said. "And we have confidence in the legal process and in the goodness and the decency of the human heart."
He first met the Phoenix-based Anderson on Facebook under "People you may know" and sent him a message. After messaging for a while and talking on the phone, Ferguson visited him in Arizona and, six months later, Anderson moved to Salt Lake City. In addition to owning The Queens’ Tea, both are graduate students at the University of Utah.
They joked that blazing trails is a Utah tradition.
"My polygamous great-grandparents," Anderson said, "would be very proud of me."
Tribune reporters Erin Alberty and Jim Dalrymple II contributed to this story.
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