FLDS Then and Now

FLDS Then and Now

FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
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FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
FLDS Then and Now
Adults and children, members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, gather beneath a covered porch at one of the structures at their temporary housing, Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, in San Angelo, Texas, Wednesday, April 9, 2008. They were brought here from polygamist sect's ranch and child welfare officials allege in court documents released Tuesday that the compound built by leaders of the sect was rife with sexual abuse, with girls spiritually married to much older men as soon as they reached puberty and boys groomed to perpetuate the cycle. (Tony Gutierrez/AP Photo)
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