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Court-appointed Fiduciary Claims Employees are being Harassed



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HURRICANE, Utah (AP) -- The court-appointed accountant who oversees the FLDS church's assets says some of his employees are being harassed for doing their jobs.

One man says shots were fired last week when he was posting tax notices on a horse corral on property that is owned by the United Effort Plan. UEP was appointed to take over the assets of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Accountant Bruce Wisan says he's been told now that the incident just across the state line in Colorado City, Ariz., was a truck backfiring and not gun shots. Wisan isn't sure about that theory.

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Information from: The Spectrum

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