Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs [dt./OV]. (27)IMDb 5,71 Std. 27 Min Entdecken Sie die wahre Geschichte des radikalen Mormonen-Anführers, der zehn. "Outlaw Prophet Warren Jeffs", der Film im Kino - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinoprogramm sowie Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung bei TV spahn-ranch.com Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs Gods" des New York Times-Bestseller-Autors Stephen Singular, zeichnet der Film Jeffs' (Tony Goldwyn) Aufstieg zur Macht nach.
Outlaw Prophet: Warren JeffsNachdem Tod seines Vaters Rulon Jeffs, wurde Warren Jeffs der geistige Führer der Fundamentalistischen Kirche Jesu Christi der Heiligen der Letzten Tage. "Outlaw Prophet Warren Jeffs", der Film im Kino - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinoprogramm sowie Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung bei TV spahn-ranch.com Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs ein Film von Gabriel Range mit Tony Goldwyn, Molly Parker. Inhaltsangabe: Die wahre Geschichte über einen.
Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs Navigation menu VideoOutlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs - Brent Ellis - Hunting Store Scene Archived from the original on 13 April Residents, however, told authorities that there was in fact no such girl, and the calls were ultimately traced to year-old Rozita Swinton, totally unconnected to the FLDS Ard Tatort Livestream, and known for repeated instances of filing false reports. Jeffs, age 45, has as many as 70 wives, people who have left the church say. User Reviews. Painting With John.
At only 87 minutes it feels a bit short, it would have been interesting to see how Warren Jeff grew up. And held back a little bit by TV restrictions as well.
But it's perfectly watchable, if you haven't seen the mini-series WACO I do recommend that instead though, that offers far more depth.
That one is about David Koresh played by Taylor Kitsch, other cast members include Michael Shannon, Rory Culkin, Andrea Riseborough and John Leguizamo.
There's not much to review here, it's like a TV movie with all its limitations plus a flat script. Only one thing is clear, humans believe they can do anything just by invoking a "higher" power Made for TV films are generally tough sits.
Outlaw Prophet was no different. Polygamy is seriously fucked. Review by Allie. I watched this dubbed in Spanish when I was in Madrid.
I do not speak Spanish. Even so, I think I got it. Watched because it was on Netflix and I usually find FLDS stuff morbidly fascinating, but this Lifetime movie comes with a weird, simpering portrayal of Church Leader Warren Jeffs, strewn with uncomfortable orgy scenes between him and his meant-to-be underage wives.
By making Jeffs the perspective character it feels as if the director wanted him to be a character you could sympathize with-- which is a waste of time.
I feel like they picked the wrong book to adapt: with a shift of perspective this could have easily been a movie about Rebecca Musser, a former wife of Jeffs' father who escaped the compound and wrote a best selling memoir after testifying against the "prophet" in court.
Rebecca and…. A decent portrayal of Warren Jeffs and the inner workings of the FLDS. It's definitely one of the better tv movies I've seen.
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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Show HTML View more styles. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Tony Goldwyn Warren Jeffs Molly Parker Janine Jeffs Joey King Elissa Wall David Keith Gary Engels Martin Landau Rulon Jeffs Sabina Gadecki Rebecca Musser Barbie Robertson Katie Christensen Alex Knight Isaac Jeffs Jacob Dacus Lamont Barlow Jenny Gabrielle Sharon Wall Aaron McPherson Sheriff Bill Brady Bryan Chatlien Nate Carter Thom Hallum Jesse Brewer Victor Talmadge Fred Jessop Jason Douglas Edit Storyline Aged Rulon Jeffs is the leader - the prophet - of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints FLDS centered in Colorado City, Arizona.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Gary Angels refers to Rebecca as Miss Musser,but this is her married name she married one of Rulon's grandsons after her escape.
It is therefore more likely that he would refer to her as Miss Wall. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this.
Frequently Asked Questions This FAQ is empty. Jeffs resigned as President of the Corporation of the President of The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Inc.
Jessop has been the prophet since [my] Father's passing", though Jeffs' attorneys have claimed he misspoke. In July , Jeffs' nephew, Brent Jeffs, filed a lawsuit alleging that Jeffs had anally raped him in the FLDS Church's Salt Lake Valley compound in the late s.
Together with author Maia Szalavitz , Brent wrote the memoir Lost Boy , which recounts alleged incidents of child sexual abuse inflicted upon him by Jeffs, his brothers, and other family members, committed when Brent was aged 5 or 6.
In June , Jeffs was charged in Mohave County, Arizona , with sexual assault on a minor and with conspiracy to commit sexual misconduct with a minor for allegedly arranging , in April , a marriage between a thenyear-old girl and her year-old first cousin, Allen.
The young girl, Elissa Wall then known as "Jane Doe IV", and the younger sister of Rebecca Wall , testified that she begged Rulon Jeffs to let her wait until she was older or choose another man for her.
The elder Jeffs was apparently "sympathetic", but his son was not, and she was forced to go through with the marriage. Wall alleged that Allen often raped her and that she repeatedly miscarried.
She eventually left Allen and the community. On 28 October, Jeffs' brother Seth was arrested under suspicion of harboring a fugitive. During Seth's court case, FBI Agent Andrew Stearns testified that Seth had told him that he did not know where his older brother was and that he would not reveal his whereabouts if he did.
Seth was convicted of harboring a fugitive on 1 May On 5 April , Utah issued an arrest warrant for Jeffs on felony charges of accomplice rape of a teenage girl between 14 and 18 years old.
On 8 June , Jeffs returned to Colorado City to perform more "child-bride marriages. PDT , Jeffs was pulled over on Interstate 15 in Clark County , Nevada , by highway trooper Eddie Dutchover because the temporary license plates on his red Cadillac Escalade were not visible.
One of Jeffs' wives, Naomi Jessop, and his brother, Isaac, were with him. Jeffs' wife and brother were questioned and released.
In a Nevada court hearing on 31 August, Jeffs waived extradition and agreed to return to Utah  to face two first-degree felony charges of accomplice rape.
Arizona prosecutors were next in line to try Jeffs. He was held in the Washington County jail, pending an 23 April trial on two counts of rape, as an accomplice for his role in arranging the marriage between Elissa Wall and her first cousin.
Jeffs was believed to be leading his group from jail, and a Utah state board has expressed dissatisfaction in dealing with Hildale police, believing that many members of the force had ties to Jeffs, so therefore did not cooperate.
Jeffs' trial began on 11 September in St. George, Utah , with Judge James L. Shumate presiding. Jeffs was housed in Utah's Purgatory Correctional Facility in solitary confinement for the duration.
At the culmination of the trial, on 25 September, Jeffs was found guilty of two counts of being an accomplice to rape.
The court found that the trial judge should have told the jury that Jeffs could not be convicted unless he intended for Elissa's husband to engage in nonconsensual sex with her.
The book was co-authored with former New York Times journalist Lisa Pulitzer. Jeffs was also scheduled to be tried in Arizona. On 9 June , a state judge, at the request of Mohave County prosecutor Matt Smith, dismissed all charges with prejudice.
Smith said that the Arizona victims no longer wanted to testify, and that Jeffs had spent almost two years in jail awaiting trial — more than he would have received had he been convicted.
Combined with the pending charges against Jeffs in Texas, Smith concluded that "it would be impractical and unnecessary" to try Jeffs in Arizona.
Jeffs was then returned to Utah; at the time, his appeal of the conviction was still pending. On 9 August , Jeffs was convicted on two counts of sexual assault of a child  and sentenced to life in prison.
Jeffs tried to hang himself in jail in in Utah. Sheriff Tom Sheahan did not specify Jeffs' medical problem but said it was serious enough to move him about miles from the Kingman Regional Medical Center to the Nevada hospital.
Jeffs has engaged in lengthy hunger strikes , which his doctors and attorneys have claimed were for spiritual reasons.
In August , Superior Court Judge Steve Conn ordered that Jeffs be force fed , at the Arizona jail. On 29 August , Jeffs was taken to East Texas Medical Center, Tyler, Texas , and hospitalized in critical condition under a medically induced coma after excessive fasting.
Officials were not sure how long he would remain hospitalized, but expected Jeffs to live. Powledge Unit of the TDCJ near Palestine, Texas.
Jeffs allegedly suffered a mental breakdown in the summer of , leaving him unfit to give a deposition in a sex abuse case against him. In , both the trust and Jeffs were sued by a woman alleging she was sexually abused by Jeffs when she was a child.
The plaintiff's attorney said there is a lack of evidence to support a claim of Jeff's incompetency, accusing the trust of being "understandably very fearful" about Jeffs' testimony since it is liable for his actions as the past president of the FLDS.
In , Utah took over the trust. The court oversaw it for more than a decade before a judge handed it over to a board of community members composed mostly of former sect members.
Current FLDS members continue to consider Jeffs to be their leader, their prophet who speaks to God and has been wrongly convicted.
In December , Jeffs predicted that the world would end before and called for his followers to prepare for the end. While incarcerated at the Powledge Unit, Jeffs released a book entitled, Jesus Christ Message to All Nations, including several directives to set Jeffs free.
In , Southern Poverty Law Center 's Intelligence Report published the following statements made by Jeffs:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Utah portal Arizona portal Texas portal Biography portal. BBC News. Retrieved 7 May Archived from the original on 22 November The Salt Lake Tribune.
The New York Times. Retrieved 30 August Jeffs, age 45, has as many as 70 wives, people who have left the church say. He teaches that a man cannot get to heaven unless he has at least three wives.
And because there are not enough women to meet the demands of men who want eternal life, brides are constantly being reassigned. FBI Announces New Top Tenner".
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Retrieved 17 May Brian C. Retrieved 9 May Archived from the original on 15 June Stolen Innocence: My Story of Growing Up in a Polygamous Sect, Becoming a Teenage Bride, and Breaking Free of Warren Jeffs.
New York, NY. Washington Examiner.Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs () IMDb 1h 27min NR Uncover the true story of the fundamentalist Mormon leader who was on the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted List” for unlawful flight on charges related to his alleged arrangement of illegal marriages involving underage girls. Moved Permanently. Redirecting to /m/outlaw_prophet_warren_jeffs. Warren Steed Jeffs (born 3 December ) is the president of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS Church), a polygamous denomination. In , he was convicted of two felony counts of child sexual assault, for which he is currently serving a life sentence plus twenty years. “Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs” is the true story of the fundamentalist Mormon leader who spent more than a year on the FBI’s “10 Most Wanted List” for unlawful flight on charges related to his alleged arrangement of illegal marriages involving underage girls. Aged Rulon Jeffs is the leader - the prophet - of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) centered in Colorado City, Arizona. His followers believe the prophet is the voice of God. The church espouses polygamy - most specifically men married to several women - as a means of eternal salvation of the highest order.