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Mormonism, Fraud, and Feelings

by Sharon Lindbloom 1 May 2019 Deseret News posted an article this week addressing the magnitude of investment fraud in Utah. Asking, “Does Utah deserve the title ‘fraud capital of the United States’?” journalist Dennis Romboy says the answer is yes: “Utah has a long-held reputation as the fraud capital of the United States, mostly based […]

Facts, Feelings, and Faith

Facts, feelings, and faith?

By Eric Johnson

Back in 2003, I was selected to serve as a juror on a federal case in San Diego. It involved a Mexican national who was allegedly attempting to enter the United States from Mexico by crossing the Tijuana River on foot. Six Border Patrol agents on four-wheelers were sent to the area, so when the five Mexican nationals heard the commotion, they began to slosh through the river back to their country.