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Lindsay Lohan, center, ‘The Shadow Within’

Shown at  Berlinale, the annual festival from 11-21 February, Archstone handles worldwide sales on the Lindsay Lohan horror-thriller The Shadow Within. Tiago Mesquita directed from Mark Morgan’s screenplay about a private investigator forced to reveal her werewolf alter-ego when faced with evil-doers. Filming took place in Belgium, and in addition to Lohan the cast includes Charlotte Beckett and Gianni Capaldi.

In a world where supernatural creatures roam amongst us, KRISTY WOLFE, a tough private investigator, tries desperately to keep her secret hidden. She has descended from a long line of werewolves. When her uncle is brutally murdered, Wolfe must use her natural instinct and risk her secret to unravel the mystery before she becomes the next victim.

It has a certain ring to it. Egor and Lindsay? Egor Tarabasov, 22, , seven years Lohan’s junior, wealthy Russian rich kids in London are often strictly forbidden by their family from drawing attention to themselves on pain of losing their allowance (the ultimate threat).
Tarabasov’s father is said to be less than thrilled with his son’s new love and the light it is shining on the family. He’s a trust-fund kid with a day job as a real estate agent. He has a generous allowance, but doesn’t have his own money yet,” . “His father is a wealthy man who owns a construction firm and a couple of stores similar to Home Depot in the Moscow region, but he is no oligarch.”

 

 

 

[September 29 2014 Lindsay Lohan opens in London in Speed-The-Plough ]

Lindsay Lohan, 28,  was said to have fluffed her lines on her opening night but by her third the Mean Girls actress had been word-perfect, in performance in Speed-The-Plough at  the Playhouse Theatre in London September 26.

Lindsay Lohan, 28, was said to have fluffed her lines on her opening night but by her third the Mean Girls actress had been word-perfect, in performance in Speed-The-Plough at the Playhouse Theatre in London September 26.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[November 13 2009 Heath Ledger Lindsay Lohan]

Heath Ledger Nov. 22, 2007

Lindsay lohan January 19, 2008

Lindsay[ 2007] , who was rumored to have been dating Heath Ledger in Lindsay Lohan ditched snowboarder lover Riley Giles after hooking up with single Oscar-nominated star Heath Ledger, according to reports.

The actress split with Giles–who she met in rehab–last week, supposedly so the actress could concentrate on her career.

But Australian magazine NW claims she dumped Giles after meeting Ledger in a New York club over Thanksgiving. [Lindsay Lohan went home for Thanksgiving November 22, 2007… or out for dinner with them in NY]

The magazine reports, “Lindsay and Heath hit it off straight away. When she left the club she started texting him straight away and they hooked up a few times while she was still in New York. They were meeting late at night for sex. It was purely physical.”

Ledger has been single since splitting from fiancée Michelle Williams in September.

Lindsay Lohan’s Thanksgiving Holiday

Lindsay Lohan leaves her Long Island home and spends time in New York City with her family over the Thanksgiving holiday.

Lindsay, 21, dined at at Nick Deangelo’s in Merrick, Long Island, accompanied by mom Dina, little brother Cody and snowboarder boyfriend Riley Giles.

“Lindsay is home [for the holidays],” Dina told Life & Style recently. “And my son Michael is home from college. We all have so much to be thankful for!”

Saturdays are meant for shopping, and that’s exactly where shopaholic Lindsay Lohan could be found yesterday afternoon (January 19). 08

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USDC CDDU: Polygamy ruled legal

USDC CDDU: Polygamy ruled legal

Plural marriage case reversed as moot

The Utah County Attorney’s Office (“UCAO”) subsequently closed its file on the Browns and adopted a policy (“the UCAO Policy”) under which the Utah County Attorney will bring bigamy prosecutions only against those who (1) induce a partner to marry through misrepresentation or (2) are suspected of committing a collateral crime such as fraud or abuse. The Browns fall into neither category. Nonetheless, the district court denied the Utah County Attorney’s motion to dismiss the case as moot and instead granted summary judgment to the Browns.
The district court erred by proceeding to the merits. Federal courts are courts of
limited jurisdiction. They lack power to decide issues—however important or fiercely
contested—that are detached from a live dispute between the parties. Following adoption of the UCAO Policy, the Browns’ suit ceased to qualify as an Article III case or
controversy. Their suit was moot before the district court awarded them relief, and the court therefore lacked jurisdiction to decide the Browns’ claims.

https://www.ca10.uscourts.gov/opinions/14/14-4117.pdf

 

 

[December 19 2013  ]


A coalition of polygamous groups in Utah have issued a joint statement, praising the ruling by a federal judge that basically decriminalized polygamy in the state.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/192358547/Order-in-Kody-Brown-polygamy-lawsuit
<http://www.lds.org/topics/plural-marriage-and-families-in-early-utah?lang=eng&query=plural+marriage

[October 3]

Warren Jeffs lived here before imprisonment

Warren Jeffs lived here before imprisonment

William E. Jessop, who is leading a group of dissidents who have left the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, is trying to move into the house on the corner of Academy Avenue and Barlow Street in Colorado City, Ariz. Its current occupant is Seth Jeffs.

He’s the brother of Warren Jeffs, the imprisoned leader of the FLDS. Seth Jeffs was arrested in October 2005, carrying money and letters meant for his brother Warren, who was still a fugitive at the time.
On paper, the home belongs to the United Effort Plan, the trust holding much of the property here and in Hildale, Utah, that is currently in receivership. Jessop built the house and lived in it for years. The trust fiduciary, Bruce Wisan, has typically tried to return homes to people with reasonable claims on them.
But there’s no indication Seth Jeffs plans to leave soon.

   FLDS member Mary Harker, right, speaks with UEP trust administrator Bruce Wisan following a 2009 court hearing.


FLDS member Mary Harker, right, speaks with UEP trust administrator Bruce Wisan following a 2009 court hearing.

FLDS member Mary Harker, right, speaks with UEP trust administrator Bruce Wisan following a 2009 court hearing.
[February 15, 2012]
Utah’s attorney general has 90 days to pay off more than $5.5 million in debts incurred by managers of a communal land trust once run by jailed polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs.

United Effort Plan Trust — the $114 million communal property trust

United Effort Plan Trust — the $114 million communal property trust

Third District Judge Denise Lindberg set the deadline in an order issued February 13.
The money is owed to Salt lake City accountant Bruce Wisan, his attorneys and other firms hired to assist with management of the United Effort Plan Trust — the $114 million communal property trust of Jeffs’ Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
The trust holds the land and homes of FLDS members in the twin border communities of Hildale, Utah, and Colorado City, Ariz., and in Bountiful, British Columbia.
No trust bills have been paid since 2008.
“We are disappointed in the ruling and are reviewing our options for appeal,” Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff said. “We believe it is important to have the decision reviewed as expeditiously as possible.”
Utah seized control of the trust in 2005 amid allegations of mismanagement by Jeffs and other Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints leaders. The Arizona Attorney General’s Office backed the effort.
Wisan was to be paid from the sale of trust assets, but a string of pending lawsuits, including one pending before Denver’s 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, has blocked any land sales. back