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by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 07 2009

There has been a lot said about the polygamist Winston Blackmore and his little community of Bountiful, and I found myself questioning why Wally Oppal tried to prosecute him so vehemently. I often wonder if he acted with such passion because of his love for our laws and the justice system or because it contradicted some personal moral and/or religious beliefs.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 07 2009

There has been a lot said about the polygamist Winston Blackmore and his little community of Bountiful, and I found myself questioning why Wally Oppal tried to prosecute him so vehemently. I often wonder if he acted with such passion because of his love for our laws and the justice system or because it contradicted some personal moral and/or religious beliefs.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 07 2009

There has been a lot said about the polygamist Winston Blackmore and his little community of Bountiful, and I found myself questioning why Wally Oppal tried to prosecute him so vehemently. I often wonder if he acted with such passion because of his love for our laws and the justice system or because it contradicted some personal moral and/or religious beliefs.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 07 2009

There has been a lot said about the polygamist Winston Blackmore and his little community of Bountiful, and I found myself questioning why Wally Oppal tried to prosecute him so vehemently. I often wonder if he acted with such passion because of his love for our laws and the justice system or because it contradicted some personal moral and/or religious beliefs.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 07 2009

There has been a lot said about the polygamist Winston Blackmore and his little community of Bountiful, and I found myself questioning why Wally Oppal tried to prosecute him so vehemently. I often wonder if he acted with such passion because of his love for our laws and the justice system or because it contradicted some personal moral and/or religious beliefs.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 07 2009

There has been a lot said about the polygamist Winston Blackmore and his little community of Bountiful, and I found myself questioning why Wally Oppal tried to prosecute him so vehemently. I often wonder if he acted with such passion because of his love for our laws and the justice system or because it contradicted some personal moral and/or religious beliefs.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 07 2009

There has been a lot said about the polygamist Winston Blackmore and his little community of Bountiful, and I found myself questioning why Wally Oppal tried to prosecute him so vehemently. I often wonder if he acted with such passion because of his love for our laws and the justice system or because it contradicted some personal moral and/or religious beliefs.

by Rob Leggett on Tuesday Sep 29 2009

Imagine that a five-year-old comes inside from playing at the park across the street and complains that she does not feel well. The parents notice that she is running a slight fever, so they give her some medicine and put her to bed to rest.

by Rob Leggett on Tuesday Sep 29 2009

Imagine that a five-year-old comes inside from playing at the park across the street and complains that she does not feel well. The parents notice that she is running a slight fever, so they give her some medicine and put her to bed to rest.

by Rob Leggett on Tuesday Sep 29 2009

Imagine that a five-year-old comes inside from playing at the park across the street and complains that she does not feel well. The parents notice that she is running a slight fever, so they give her some medicine and put her to bed to rest.

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