Perhaps the biggest irony is that these three characters are all establishment Mormons - I mean - the kind of Mormons for whom Church membership is a badge, a trophy, a lubricant, a passport, a club membership card, an indulgence, a free pass, a mask, - - - you know what I mean. One thing it is not is a guarantee of purity.
They are locked in a bitter struggle despite their unstinting allegiance to the mother Church. Clearly, Lintbag is in Wisass's corner. She has NEVER NOT ruled in his favor. She is his advocate. She must almost be hoping for a cut of the ill-gotten gains. She desperately wanted to sell UEP property chunks to raise money for Wisass's commissions. Now that it looks like there is little chance of getting blood out of the UEP stone, Lintbag has decided to mine slightly deeper pockets - the Utah A.G.'s. She now finds herself in Dee Benson's corner. Perhaps Lintbag's campaign against the FLDS and the federal judge must take a back seat to the need to secure cash for Wisass.
The FLDS and Shurtleff made repeated good-faith efforts to arrive at a settlement agreement, but Lintbag refused at every turn, effectively causing Wisass's fraud meter to keep on running. The only conclusion I can make is that Lintbag spent so much time at Happy Valley U, that her brain went permanently soft.
As I have said before, just because the leader of the FLDS community has long been devolving in a pathetic public disintegration, is that justification to persecute an entire community??? Lintbag and Barbie must have taken Hubris 101 together. Governor Pyle could have taught them a thing or two about tar babies.