Joseph Smith and Four Mormon Leaders Indicted for Crimes in Missouri

Joseph Smith and Four Mormon Leaders Indicted for Crimes in Missouri

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Joseph Smith and four other Mormon leaders are indicted for crimes in Daviess County, Missouri.

Joseph Smith and other Mormon leaders have been in jail since they surrendered to state authorities on November 1, 1938, ending the Missouri Mormon War.

Because of persecution and distrust, Mormon communities in Missouri had started arming themselves and, before long, armed conflict broke out.

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