You can't argue with good behavior.
Or can you?
The reason for her early release? “Good behavior.”
Her father, Ervil LeBaron, was the infamous leader of a Mormon-based polygamous cult who taught that apostates should be murdered. He carried out at least four murders himself. Six of his family members, including Jacqueline, were also convicted of or pleaded guilty to murder or murder related charges.
We find it curious that, according to the article, she was serving time for “conspiracy to obstruct religious beliefs.” What about “conspiracy to commit murder?” After all, she admitted in court that she told her sister to “travel to Houston and begin to prepare for the murders” and gave her $500 “to finance her trip.” After a warrant was issued for her arrest, she evaded capture for 17 years.
All told, we can only hope that her behavior was VERY good.