Mormon fraud case:
As we noted in our prior post, if Monson, the Pope, Pat Robertson, or any of a host of others were lone fortune-tellers using “beliefs” to take a mark’s money, no judge would hesitate to haul them before a jury, and no jury would hesitate to convict them. For that matter, any secular organization doing the same would be summarily indicted and convicted. When it comes to using fraudulent claims to take people’s money, religion deserves no pass.
Click here to read more in The Salt Lake Tribune.