Mountain Meadows September 11, 2007
Copy of e-mail we sent to Carrie Moore on 9/14/07 in regards to her article in the Deseret News
My husband Rocky and I were sitting at Mountain Meadows on September 11, 2007 when Elder Henry B. Eyring of the Quorum of the Twelve made his statement. During the entire event, I made eye contact with Eyring several times and will never forget his face when Phil Bolinger, president of the Mountain Meadows Monument Foundation handed Eyring, the signed letters from the Governor of Arkansas along with every Arkansas State Representative signatures in office. Eyring was also handed numerous signed petitions from around the US for Federal Stewardship of the site and more are to follow!
Just in case you truly didn't get it here are Eyring's words: "We express profound regret for the massacre carried out in this valley 150 years ago today, and for the undue and untold suffering experienced by the victims then and by their relatives to the present time," Eyring said.
Do you NOT know the difference between the words REGRET & APOLOGY? Notice that "apology" is not listed as a synonym for "regret" in the dictionary.
The world will shortly know just what happen both on September 11, 1857 and September 11, 2007. This will never go away until the American people know the truth and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints more commonly known as " Mormons" does the right thing.
Allow Federal Stewardship of the Mountain Meadows gravesite. What right does a "Church" have owning the gravesite of those they murdered in cold blood?