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Hearing Today on FLDS Church Assets

Hearing Today on FLDS Church Assets



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(KSL News) Hearings begin today to determine who will have control over the frozen assets of the Fundamentalist LDS Church.

Last month, a judge approved the Utah Attorney General's request for independent parties to take control of the polygamous church's assets. That ruling follows scrutiny from state officials in both Utah and Arizona.

Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says it wanted the church's assets frozen so FLDS leader Warren Jeffs and other leaders couldn't liquidate them.

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