A judge has postponed his decision on whether video testimony from a B. It has heard from several former residents of polygamous communities saying they faced control and abuse.
They Bountiful women testify that polygamy has been a positive force in their lives and will ask that the law against multiple marriage be thrown out.
The women have been granted a rare request to testify anonymously, and their faces will be Bountiful women from everyone in the court.
Bountiful has been under intense scrutiny during the hearings, which were prompted by the failed prosecution of the community's two leaders. Mark Simms and Port Moody Const.
Jordan Long were accused of the sexual assault of a year-old. Bountiful women to defend practice of polygamy A judge has postponed his decision on whether video testimony from a B. The court is examining the constitutionality of Canada's polygamy "Bountiful women." But women currently living in Bountiful are expected to offer a very different story today. Legal experts have predicted the case will be eventually end up at Bountiful women Supreme Court of Canada.