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LeBaron Family documentry
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11-11-2019 06:00 AM

 




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LeBaron Family documentry
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Filmed in 2012 very interesting no?



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11-11-2019 06:22 AM

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RE: LeBaron Family documentry
If it doesn't fit with the Trump cult narrative on nxvim you porbably won't get much of a response here..

"The family is perhaps best known for a series of killings perpetrated in the 1970s and 1980s, in both Mexico?? and the United States, by Ervil LeBaron — once called the “?Mormon Manson?” — and a group of his followers."



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"The LeBarons are among 'a handful of major groups of fundamentalists,' said Patrick Mason, a historian of Mormonism at Utah State University. But, he added: 'The LeBaron name in recent decades has been most often linked to violence. Fundamentalist Mormons share origins with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints but broke away from it in the late 19th century after the U.S. government and LDS outlawed polygamy. Many fundamentalist Mormons broke away from the church and fled to Mexico and Canada.

Unfortunately, this incident only adds to that association.'”
"In 1993, a federal jury in Texas convicted 3 members of an offshoot of the community of LeBarons in the deaths of 3 former members and an 8-year-old child. The LeBarons have been in Mexico since at least the early 1900s. Most members of the extended family no longer practice polygamy and it today includes Catholics and people who are not religious. The family is most recently known for its activism against violence.

One expert estimated that members of the group had killed as many as 30 people over the years." "Many Mormons who supported polygamy broke away from the church and fled to Mexico?? and Canad...In Mexico, polygamist Mormons bought 50,000 acres in the state of Chihuahua, where they settled along the Piedras Verdes River in a mountainous, remote region. Mormons also formed communities in Sonora state. Over time, many found success as farmers and ranchers.

They included Miles Park Romney, the great-grandfather of Sen. Mitt Romney, whose father, George Romney, was born in Mexico??. Miles Park Romney, who had 4 wives, moved to rural Chihuahua in 1885. George Romney would eventually return to the United States where he was elected governor of Michigan and unsuccessfully sought the Republican presidential nomination in 1968."

"In 2009, family member and anti-violence activist Benjamin LeBaron was shot dead after speaking out against traffickers who kidnapped his brother for a $1-million ransom."

Link?? to "A Family’s Legacy of Death : Ervil LeBaron said God told him to kill anyone who strayed from his polygamist cult. A tenacious Salt Lake investigator tracked the LeBarons for 15 years. (con't)
Sep 20, 1992:


Now, an anonymous tip may have helped him close a case that claimed as many as 30 lives."

"On Aug. 24 [1992], the U.S. Attorney’s office in Houston announced federal indictments against six members of the cult." Ervil LeBaron died in "1981...at age 56 in a Utah prison."

"By one expert’s estimate, the group has committed 25 to 30 murders in Utah, California, Texas, Colorado and Mexico. Investigators can only guess at the total number of slayings because the bodies of some of the presumed victims have never been found. West of here, in Tooele County [Utah], for instance, a man disappeared some 16 years ago [~1976] after reportedly coming into contact with the cult. Authorities were never able to determine his fate."

"At one time or another [the LeBaron cult] they lived in Salt Lake City, Denver, San Diego and Dallas. Some have been spotted as far east as Atlanta."

"ALBANY – The 9 US citizens slaughtered in an ambush Monday were from a Mormon community in northern Mexico?? where NXIVM recruited teenagers for a 'girls school' to live in the Capital Region...



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Quote:“If your phone’s ever been in a Catholic church, it’s amazing, they got this data,” Bannon told director Alison Klayman as they sat in his Washington, D.C., home on the eve of the 2018 midterm elections.

“Literally, they can tell who’s been in a Catholic church and how frequently,” Bannon added. “And they got it triaged.”

Bannon did not respond to multiple phone calls and text messages seeking comment.

In response to a detailed list of questions from ThinkProgress, CatholicVote’s office manager, Kathleen Storen, said that the kind of data collection the group used “does not allow you to collect personal information.”

“I encourage you to do some more due diligence on how geo-targeted marketing is being utilized by companies everywhere, including organizations (and many campaigns),” Storen said in the email. “Finally, we are not interested in commenting further on this story.”

CatholicVote would not say more about how the group collected and used data in 2018.

The technology Bannon was alluding to is called “geofencing” or “ring-fencing.” It’s become popular over the last several years with advertisers, campaigns, and advocacy groups that want to find people who may be receptive to their message.

When Klayman asked Bannon, on-camera, where he got his data from, he answered, simply, “the phone companies.”

“And the data guys sell it,” Bannon added.



The data used in geofencing is anonymized. But privacy advocates have been sounding the alarm, saying that geofencing and other ways that companies collect and sell cell-phone location data have the potential to reveal personal information about individual phone users.

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https://t.co/4hXz4GLuwz?amp=1



ICYMI 04/01/19 LAWSUIT SEEKS EVIDENCE OF OUTSIDE INFLUENCE ON JUDICIAL NOMINATIONS? outside groups and individuals, including the Federalist Society’s Leonard Leo and the Heritage Foundation’s John Malcolm, may have exercised over those nominations.

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