Rebecca Musser instrumental in FLDS raid

Rebecca Musser instrumental in FLDS raid

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Big Love

Spring, TX

#1 Jun 14, 2008
I read elsewhere that Rebecca Musser was instrumental in the FLDS raid and that she was at one time "married" to Rulon Jeffs.
Thomas

Ardmore, OK

#2 Jun 14, 2008
I doubt she cares much that she did so much harm to innocent children.

Since: Jun 08

www.fldsraw.wordpress.com

#3 Jun 14, 2008
You dont know the FLDS like I do. I tell you CPS or the Judge didnt do have of anything bad compared to how there lives has been and will be as long as they live. The best thing had was that little time away from there parents
WatchOprah

Mansfield, TX

#4 Jun 16, 2008
Polygamy will be unveiled tomorrow on Oprah. Tuesday.
AskMe

Burleson, TX

#5 Jun 18, 2008
Now Carolyn Jessop says polygamy should be decriminalized. On Oprah, it was glamorized by showing mansions in Centennial Park, upscale wives and kids. The women say it is a blessing. There were three wives who came on camera with their one husband. They said they would be happy if there was a fourth wife, that it would be a blessing and that they truly believe in the principal as a way to live. I don't remember how many children were in that household or if they said. It seemed there was a lot of activity in the kitchen, lots of mouths to feed.

Since: Jun 08

www.fldsraw.wordpress.com

#6 Jun 18, 2008
That show was from around Sept. 2007 so a little old.
tex

Spring, TX

#7 Jun 19, 2008
How do you know that? There have been so many shows on polygamy. So, if it is from 2007, why are they rerunning it?
Did they add new footage?

Why is Carolyn so much more subdued?
joe

United States

#8 Jun 29, 2008
Big Love wrote:
I read elsewhere that Rebecca Musser was instrumental in the FLDS raid and that she was at one time "married" to Rulon Jeffs.
Rebcca Musser, is an adulterous bitter woman, who would do anything to bring the FLDS to annhilation. I know her and have lost all respect for such persons
joy

Middleboro, MA

#9 Jun 29, 2008
So what you are saying is the males can screw around, but not the women?
Women need to have fun too, we have equal rights.
Tex

Spring, TX

#10 Jun 29, 2008
That's really pathetic calling a woman adulterous when almost all of the men are and if they aren't, it's only because have not yet found their second, third, fourth or 21 wives and up.

In other polygamist groups, isn't there a limit to how many wives one man can have?
joy

Middleboro, MA

#11 Jun 29, 2008
The old saying "What's good for the goose, is good for the gander", doesn't apply to the FLDS.
LOL
someone who cares

United States

#12 Jun 29, 2008
AskMe wrote:
Now Carolyn Jessop says polygamy should be decriminalized. On Oprah, it was glamorized by showing mansions in Centennial Park, upscale wives and kids. The women say it is a blessing. There were three wives who came on camera with their one husband. They said they would be happy if there was a fourth wife, that it would be a blessing and that they truly believe in the principal as a way to live. I don't remember how many children were in that household or if they said. It seemed there was a lot of activity in the kitchen, lots of mouths to feed.
Although I could never live that way, why does it bother people that others can?And happily, apparently. As long as no one is being harmed and no children abused, I don't see a problem. Someone who has grown up in an environment such as that would see it as normal, so they would have a different viewpoint on it than someone who has grown up in a traditional lifestyle.
joy

Middleboro, MA

#13 Jun 29, 2008
The children ARE being abused.
Read child rights.This is not a healthy way to raise children. As you said they learn this is the right way to live in this environment. It is not right.
There are LAWS against it.
Why do they feel the laws should be changed for them as a group, when the rest of America has to obey the laws?
They are not any better than any other person in the USA.
someone who cares

Los Angeles, CA

#14 Jun 30, 2008
joy wrote:
The children ARE being abused.
Read child rights.This is not a healthy way to raise children. As you said they learn this is the right way to live in this environment. It is not right.
There are LAWS against it.
Why do they feel the laws should be changed for them as a group, when the rest of America has to obey the laws?
They are not any better than any other person in the USA.
I'm speaking of polygamy per se, not of the FLDS allegations.
joy

Middleboro, MA

#15 Jun 30, 2008
Same difference.
Both are nuts.
TexNIV

Spring, TX

#16 Aug 2, 2008
Why can't they get something as simple as you could have salted or unsalted nuts, but they are both still NUTS. One with Flavor, one without Flavor.
Simple concept.
jen

Eldorado, TX

#17 Aug 21, 2008
joe wrote:
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Rebcca Musser, is an adulterous bitter woman, who would do anything to bring the FLDS to annhilation. I know her and have lost all respect for such persons
I know Rebecca Musser as well. You have her very, very mischaracterized. How is she adulterous, or bitter for that matter? What does she have to be bitter about, except fot the way she was treated by Warren Jeffs just before she escaped the FLDS and the way he has treated her family. The two women that were on Oprah, Teresa and Elissa are her sisters.

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