11 of 15
 
For members of the FLDS who want out, there is a network whispered about among the polygamist communities. Roger Hoole, an attorney, is seen as someone who can help or harm—depending on who you ask.

"I really am considered to be evil by most of those people," he says. "But the good side is that they know that there are people out here who are willing to help them if they'll make the first step. We will do our best to gather them up and help them get back on their feet and start a new life."
PREVIOUS | NEXT
FROM: Forced to Marry at 14: Lisa Ling's Special Report on Polygamy Continues
Published on May 29, 2008

NEXT STORY

Comment

LONG FORM
ONE WORD