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L'état de l'Urah continue à soutenir l'interdiction de la polygamie face aux mormons en justice
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rogergonnet
2016-12-31 09:12:30 UTC
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Utah asks U.S. Supreme Court to uphold polygamy ban in ‘Sister Wives’ appeal
DECEMBER 27, 2016, BY BEN WINSLOW

fox13now.com

SALT LAKE CITY — The state of Utah is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to
uphold its historic ban on polygamy, citing the ban on plural marriage as a
condition of statehood.

The brief filed Tuesday is Utah’s response to a petition by reality TV
polygamist Kody Brown and his four wives, who sued the state over its
polygamy ban. The U.S. Supreme Court signaled its interest in the case by
asking the Utah Attorney General’s Office to reply.

In its filing, the state asks the Court to not consider the “Sister Wives”
case and argues Utah was required to abandon polygamy in 1894 as a condition
of statehood.

“The Enabling Act’s polygamy ban, which Petitioners have not challenged in
this case, was to be ‘irrevocable without the consent of the United States
and the people of’ Utah,” Solicitor General Tyler Green wrote. “Utah’s
founders complied and adopted the ban, which remains part of Utah’s
constitution.”

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Alabenne
2017-01-01 20:08:41 UTC
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Utah asks U.S. Supreme Court to uphold polygamy ban in ‘Sister Wives’ appeal
DECEMBER 27, 2016, BY BEN WINSLOW
fox13now.com
SALT LAKE CITY — The state of Utah is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to
uphold its historic ban on polygamy, citing the ban on plural marriage as a
condition of statehood.
The brief filed Tuesday is Utah’s response to a petition by reality TV
polygamist Kody Brown and his four wives, who sued the state over its
polygamy ban. The U.S. Supreme Court signaled its interest in the case by
asking the Utah Attorney General’s Office to reply.
In its filing, the state asks the Court to not consider the “Sister Wives”
case and argues Utah was required to abandon polygamy in 1894 as a condition
of statehood.
“The Enabling Act’s polygamy ban, which Petitioners have not challenged in
this case, was to be ‘irrevocable without the consent of the United States
and the people of’ Utah,” Solicitor General Tyler Green wrote. “Utah’s
founders complied and adopted the ban, which remains part of Utah’s
constitution.”
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http://fox13now.com/2016/12/27/utah-asks-u-s-supreme-court-to-uphold-polygamy-ban-in-sister-wives-appeal/
arrête de nous gonfler avec tes histoires de polygamie interdite.
Même dans les pays où la polygamie est interdite, personne n'est empêché
d'avoir autant de maitresses qu'il veut et qu'il peut satisfaire, en
plus de sa femme légale.
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rogergonnet
2017-01-02 09:36:36 UTC
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Utah asks U.S. Supreme Court to uphold polygamy ban in 'Sister Wives'
appeal
DECEMBER 27, 2016, BY BEN WINSLOW
fox13now.com
SALT LAKE CITY - The state of Utah is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to
uphold its historic ban on polygamy, citing the ban on plural marriage as a
condition of statehood.
The brief filed Tuesday is Utah's response to a petition by reality TV
polygamist Kody Brown and his four wives, who sued the state over its
polygamy ban. The U.S. Supreme Court signaled its interest in the case by
asking the Utah Attorney General's Office to reply.
In its filing, the state asks the Court to not consider the "Sister
Wives"
case and argues Utah was required to abandon polygamy in 1894 as a condition
of statehood.
"The Enabling Act's polygamy ban, which Petitioners have not challenged
in
this case, was to be 'irrevocable without the consent of the United
States
and the people of' Utah," Solicitor General Tyler Green wrote. "Utah's
founders complied and adopted the ban, which remains part of Utah's
constitution."
.../...
http://fox13now.com/2016/12/27/utah-asks-u-s-supreme-court-to-uphold-polygamy-ban-in-sister-wives-appeal/
arrête de nous gonfler avec tes histoires de polygamie interdite.
Même dans les pays où la polygamie est interdite, personne n'est empêché
d'avoir autant de maitresses qu'il veut et qu'il peut satisfaire, en plus
de sa femme légale.
oui, mais les enfants, c'est une autre paire de manches. Toutes les sociétés
ont des moyens cultures, religieux ou sociaux destinés à tenter de les
protéger, tands que chez les enfoirés mormons et autres enfoiré polygames,
ni les enfants ni les femmes ne sont vraiment protégés.
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Alabenne
2017-01-02 16:09:17 UTC
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Post by rogergonnet
oui, mais les enfants,
ah les enfants ! belle excuse !
Ils n'ont rien demandé, n'ont fait de mal à personne, ça ne fait rien,
punis quand même : 80 ans environ plongés dans un monde cruel dont on ne
sort pas vivant, et après, enfer éternel pour certains.
Mais ils fournissent toutes les justifications possibles et imaginables
pour ceux qui en cherchent.
Post by rogergonnet
c'est une autre paire de manches.
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