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Can You Marry More Than One Wife?

unlike some of our today's aldult who love a polygamus home so much. at the end, the realise that they are digging their grave but its too late to make amend.

i belive there is no peace in all polygamus home.

i call it "death by women"

what do u think?

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why are u obsessed with the male Instruments. are u trying to tell us something??

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ELDORADO, Texas: More than 400 children, mostly girls, have been swept into state custody from a polygamist sect in what the authorities described as the largest child welfare operation in Texas history.

The raid last week on the sprawling compound built by Warren Jeffs, a now-jailed polygamist leader, was sparked by a call from a 16-year-old girl who said that she was being abused and that girls as young as 14 and 15 were being forced into marriages with much older men.

Dressed in home-sewn, ankle-length dresses with their hair pinned up in braids, 133 women left the Yearning for Zion Ranch of their own volition along with the children.

State troopers were holding an unknown number of men in the compound until investigators finished executing a house-to-house search of the 1,700-acre, or 690-hectare, property, which includes a medical facility, a cheese-making plant, a cement plant, a school, numerous large housing units and an 80-foot, or 24-meter, white limestone temple that rises discordantly out of the brown scrub.

"In my opinion, this is the largest endeavor we've ever been involved in in the state of Texas," said Marleigh Meisner, a Children's Protective Services spokeswoman, who said the agency was also involved in the 1993 siege of the Branch Davidian compound in Waco.

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The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, headed by Jeffs since his father's death in 2002, broke away from the Mormon church after the latter disavowed polygamy more than a century ago.

The members of the sect at the Texas compound spent their days raising numerous children, tilling small gardens and doing chores. But at least one former resident says life was not some idyllic replica of 19th-century life.

"Once you go into the compound, you don't ever leave it," said Carolyn Jessop, one of the wives of the alleged leader of the Eldorado complex. Jessop left with her eight children before part of the sect moved to Texas.

Jessop said the community emphasized self-sufficiency because they believed the apocalypse was near.

The women were not allowed to wear red - the color Jeffs said belonged to Jesus - and were not allowed to cut their hair. They were kept isolated from the outside world.

They "were born into this," said Jessop, 40. "They have no concept of mainstream society, and their mothers were born into and have no concept of mainstream culture. Their grandmothers were born into it."

Tela Mange, a spokeswoman for the State Department of Public Safety, said the criminal investigation was still under way and that charges would be filed if investigators determined children had been abused.

Still uncertain was the location of the girl whose call initiated the raid. She allegedly had a child at 15, and the authorities were looking for documents, family photos or even a family Bible with lists of marriages and children that might demonstrate that the girl was married to Dale Barlow, 50.

Under Texas law, girls younger than 16 cannot marry, even with parental approval.

Attorneys for the church and church leaders said Barlow was in Colorado City, Arizona, and had had contact with law enforcement officials there. Telephone messages left for Colorado City authorities were not immediately returned Monday.

Barlow was sentenced to jail last year after pleading no contest to conspiracy to commit sexual conduct with a minor. He was ordered to register as a sex offender for three years while on probation.

The sect is concentrated along the Arizona-Utah border, but several enclaves have been built elsewhere, including in Texas.

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One me ! One wife and one US ( Me and my wife )

cheers

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You are digging your own grave. Run!

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The one wey i get, i never manage am finish. ONE WIFE, ONE WAHALA !

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i don't see reason for having two wives, so far the first can bear childrennnnnnnnn

ME ONE IS OKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK

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If only you can share equal love to all of them i.e treatment shall be the same including sleeping with them all; as a matter of fact "there shall be no Bed Denial to all of them".

If love would not be equal; then I sugest you marry only one and sleep with only one wife.

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Yea i agree with you there is no peace in polygamus home.

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Can you fok more than one women ant the same time? - if yes, then your question is answered - bent di ck man.

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Believe me its better to have one wife and a hundred concubines than to have 2 wives.

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