Weenie Rat Face Mentally Ill, but Competent to Stand Trial

According to an article on KSL.com Warren Jeffs is mentally ill, but competent to stand trial.

The report reveals some insight into Jeff’s life in jail. According to the report unsealed today, Warren Jeffs has been struggling with symptoms of depression and anxiety. The examiner noted Jeffs’ intense religious behavior in jail. He is sometimes on his knees praying for hours at a time, without moving. In fact, the examiner noted that Jeffs had ulcers on both knees because of the kneeling. The evaluator’s conclusion was, “Jeffs has ‘Depressive Disorder,’ which includes significant features of agitation and depression.”

The judge secretly ordered the mental exam following Jeffs’ court appearance in St. George on March 27. His attorneys asked for the exam because they noticed what reporters and spectators also observed: The polygamist leader seemed out of it, unfocused, nodding off, even drooling at times. The examination was conducted by a Salt Lake firm called Associated Behavior Consultants.

Warren Jeffs is crazy like a fox. I suspect he IS mentally ill, or he never would have become the tyranically dictator he was to the FLDS group, but I believe his actions in court were nothing but an act. And it didn’t work.

He is competent to stand trial, and he WILL be charged. Now let’s see how they handle his punishment.


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Natalie has more than 30 years writing, editing, proofreading and design experience. She has written 20 books (and counting), has worked for the Sundance Film Festival, and as an investigative journalist, editor, and proofreader. She embraces her gypsy-heart and is following her new free-thinking journey through life. Follow her as she starts over and learns a bunch of life's lessons--some the hard way.
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6 Responses to Weenie Rat Face Mentally Ill, but Competent to Stand Trial

  1. azteclady says:

    He’s sick, alright–in the sense of a perverted view of reality and himself. But definitely capable of standing trial–if he didn’t know that what he was doing was against the law (let alone immoral), why did he run and hid for so long?


  2. Renee says:

    Crazy as a fox, yes. Crazy? Nope. Evil does not mean crazy. Evil means evil. That is a bad man and I for one am glad he is going down.


  3. Tracy says:

    So I went to Mormon.org because I was curious about what they have to say. However, I didn’t get very far on the front page because I came to this part and was perplexed,

    “Your life on Earth is part of His plan for you to gain a body…”

    Huh? This is confusing to me, and maybe explains why Jeff has gone insane.


  4. Cele says:

    To me the crazy part is all the people back in his compound who are crying at how abused he is and being unjustly persecuted.


  5. Kevin Giles says:

    I truely feel sorry for those of you who must spend their time atacking other faiths. With the atoning sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ all who acept him are saved. By your own beleif the Mormons (having accepted Christ) are saved. Please remember the love that he taught and not the bitterness of religious competition.


  6. bathrooms says:

    Keep blogging! Do you have anymore articles similar to this?


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