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Michael MacKay was reportedly a high ranking member of the Mormon Church in Utah. This, in-spite of the fact that he was also indicted for murder in the State of Illinois. His Mormon connections helped him avoid being extradited from Utah. In fact, the Mormon Governor, when refusing his extradition, referred to him as a valuable asset for the State of Utah. (Source)
MacKay was also involved with the Rothschilds, and directly involved in creating shell companies for them to "pump and dump" on the widows and fatherless that were sucked in by their penny stock promises. These Satanic Psychopaths actually brought about the stock market collapse in 1987. (Source)
Enter Richard Beals.
Richard was approached by MacKay to sell his portion of common stock in a company that MacKay owned, and wanted to use as the foundation for his shell corporations. A sale price was agreed upon and money changed hands. There was only one problem with the transaction. Beals had placed the stock in his wife's name and now they were going through a messy divorce.
Technically, the stock was his, but Beals was concerned that his wife would want the proceeds, so he forged her signature on the transfer paperwork. MacKay apparently knew all of this when he conducted the transaction. Beal's wife sat on the Board of Directors of MacKay's company and was intentionally excluded from the meetings MacKay held to take the company public. Effectively locking her and her estranged husband out of millions to be made from the stock going public.
MacKay had another problem. The divorce decree would identify Beal's wife as the actual owner of the stock and nullify his deal with Richard. This would have cost him millions of dollars, as this core holding became the virtual shell for various other fraudulant corporate creations.
Such barriers to fraud are easily overcome in Mormon Utah. The divorce judge simply awarded Beal's wife 90% of the assets accumulated in their marriage. Richard, however, was given ownership of the stock in question, legitimizing his transaction with MacKay. Angered at this blatant fraud, Beals appealed the divorce ruling to the Utah Supreme Court.
One of the justices that sat on the Supreme Court of Utah was Dallin Oaks, currently one of the 12 apostles of the Church. According to my source, Oaks told Gordon B Hinckley that he would not be available to take the apostleship until he completed the Beals' ruling. It took him 30 days. (Source)
In what was a dramatic miscarriage of justice, Oaks sided with indicted murderer and alleged fraudster Mike MacKay by letting the lower court ruling stand. Thus effectively linking the leadership of the Mormon Church with every other evil deed committed by Mike MacKay and his merry band of cut-throats and thieves.
Had the above information been made available to the General Membership of the Mormon Church, it is highly doubtful that they would have accepted Oaks as an Apostle in the first place. This created another problem. The Mormon Illuminati could ill afford to have Richard Beals running around Utah, taking depositions and filing more lawsuits.
Richard believes that the conspirators sent him his second wife, a Mormon that caused him great aggravation, to keep him occupied in other areas. He was never prosecuted for the forgery, but he did end up in a Federal Prison for purportedly making a phone threat against one of the conspirators.
Ironic when you think about Utah's fight to stop the extradition of Mike MacKay to Illinois to face charges in the Cyanide Murder. It becomes even more ironic when you consider that MacKay also never faced Federal charges for dumping tons of cyanide on Chicago's inner city. MacKay was also never prosecuted by Utah or the Feds for his role in one of the largest securities frauds in our nation's history.
The Mormon Church does have a remedy for those that have been called to high leadership while in the commission of a crime:
"18 In all cases the accuser and the accused shall have a privilege of speaking for themselves before the council, after the evidences are aheard and the councilors who are appointed to speak on the case have finished their remarks.
19 After the evidences are heard, the councilors, accuser and accused have spoken, the president shall give a decision according to the understanding which he shall have of the case, and call upon the twelve councilors to sanction the same by their vote...
26 It shall be the duty of said council to atransmit, immediately, a copy of their proceedings, with a full statement of the testimony accompanying their decision, to the high council of the seat of the First Presidency of the Church.
27 Should the parties or either of them be dissatisfied with the decision of said council, they may appeal to the high council of the seat of the First Presidency of the Church, and have a re-hearing, which case shall there be conducted, according to the former pattern written, as though no such decision had been made." (Source)
In essence, they are to be tried before a council of their peers. Such a trial has not been held for Dallin Oaks, nor do I expect one to be held anytime soon. While Joseph Smith taught that the Church should guard itself from wolves in sheep's clothing, the current leadership seems to have adopted the doctrine of infallibility. Those that report misdeeds are treated as criminals and persecuted accordingly, while the real criminals continue to fleece the flock of Christ.
No organization can continue without applying the same rules equally, regardless of position, wealth or social status. Victims become whistleblowers, and dissent only continues to grow until major schisms result, or real reform takes place. Either way, the organization is structurally compromised and risks the loss of its moral mandate.
More importantly, it risks separating itself from the very powers of heaven that created it. This was also revealed to Joseph Smith:
"34 Behold, there are many called, but few are chosen. And why are they not chosen?
35 Because their hearts are set so much upon the things of this world, and aspire to the honors of men, that they do not learn this one lesson—
36 That the rights of the priesthood are inseparably connected with the powers of heaven, and that the powers of heaven cannot be controlled nor handled only upon the principles of righteousness.
37 That they may be conferred upon us, it is true; but when we undertake to cover our sins, or to gratify our pride, our vain ambition, or to exercise control or dominion or compulsion upon the souls of the children of men, in any degree of unrighteousness, behold, the heavens withdraw themselves; the Spirit of the Lord is grieved; and when it is withdrawn, Amen to the priesthood or the authority of that man." (Source)