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During his first six weeks in jail, the leader of a southern Utah polygamist church had frequent visits from a brother and another church elder - both of whom dissidents suggest are carrying messages from Purgatory Correctional Facility to the faithful.
The Associated Press obtained the list of Warren Steed Jeffs' weekly visitors.
Jeffs, 50, is president of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, a sect that practices polygamy where most brides are teenage girls. Nephi Jeffs has made 10 trips to the jail to see his elder brother. Eight times he was accompanied by Lindsay Barlow, another member of the FLDS church.
''That says to me they're the ones that are carrying messages,'' said Isaac Wyler, a former church member.