A Book Documenting One Man's Experiences In The Fundamentalist Church Of The Latter Day Saints Community Has Been Published

New York, NY (PressExposure) July 09, 2009 -- A book documenting one man’s experiences in the Fundamentalist Church of the Latter Day Saints community has been published, just two years after religious leader and polygamist [http://www.zerochancebook.com/] Warren Jeffs’ imprisonment for being an accomplice to rape. The book includes Mr. Williams’ battle against the FLDS community for the right to maintain a relationship with his family, who were kidnapped from him in 1999 for five weeks.

Jason Williams gives a detailed account of his life in the Mormon fundamentalist community. Jason married the woman of his choice (and was told by the prophet that he was stealing from the ’Priesthood’) the couple were ostracized for one year, before being let back into the community again and re-baptized. In 1999 FLDS leader Warren Jeffs told Jason’s wife that she and her two young children had “zero chance of salvation whilst married to him [Jason]” and kidnapped his family. Shortly after her return, she was “placed” into a religious marriage as a second wife, while she was still legally married to Jason. He then filed a ten million dollar suit against Warren Jeffs [http://www.zerochancebook.com/] and his father Rulon for ’alienation of affection’. He sued for custody of his children and wrote his aptly named book, ’Zero Chance’, available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Authorhouse and other online retailers.

"It is fascinating to get such a personal look into the everyday life of Jason Williams” says reader and reviewer Keith Stout, “What a wonderful book. I feel like it was very easy to put myself in this story and could identify with it. The emotion is so raw and powerful.”

Read the touching love story of two young lovers caught in the middle of the power and manipulation of one of the FBI’s ten most wanted, Warren Jeffs. The book Zero Chance, which can be found in most online bookstores (iPhone application: http://tinyurl.com/zerochance) is an intense account of the injustice in the FLDS [http://www.zerochancebook.com/] that was suffered at the hands of now imprisoned leader. This story ends with the mothers broken hearted account, which illustrates that families can survive with the POWER OF LOVE!

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Press Release Submitted On: July 08, 2009 at 2:27 pm
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