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” Only those deemed “too young to talk” were spared.Even at that young age, however, the last breaths of their dying fathers and mothers were etched forever in the memories of some, never to be forgotten.All of my life I have been accused of blindly obeying my leaders.I was generally the one or among the small minority that left the movie, wouldn’t listen to the music or sounded out the unpopular teaching from an inspired leader or prophet.The Prophet lamented: What a pity it would be if we were lead by one man to utter destruction! I am more afraid that this people have so much confidence in their leaders that they will not inquire for themselves of God whether they are lead by him. Another girl was fleeing for her life when an Indian “plunged his knife through her.” . She ran and hid in a cluster of sagebrush near the road.I am fearful they settle down in a state of blind self-security, trusting their eternal destiny in the hands of their leaders with a reckless confidence that in itself would thwart the purpose of God in their salvation, and weaken that influence they could give to their leaders did they know for themselves by the revelations of Jesus that they are led in the right way. From her hiding place she saw two of her older sisters killed, their bodies falling nearby.He said he didn’t consider himself under the penalty of shedding innocent blood, he could not help it, because the man would not give up his child.
Sarah “had been shot through her right arm, below the elbow, by a large ball, breaking both bones and cutting her arm half off.” Rebecca pulled Sarah free and took her back into the sagebrush to hide.I have been belittled and even discredited because I turned to the inspired words of prophets for my foundation.My understanding of and personal standards in the areas of family, music, film, education, government, science and so forth were derived from time-intensive and at times exhausting study of the teachings of the scriptures and presidents of the Church.To the end of her days, Priscilla [Hamblin] was haunted by that sight of putrefying, dismembered women’s bodies. The Mountain Meadows Massacre was not simply a case of “Mormons” annihilating a traveling emigrant party.The sickening fact is, that many otherwise faithful LDS men were driven to commit this cowardly act of violence through blind obedience to a Stake President and/or Bishop.