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USA-POLYGAMY/SISTERWIVES
RTR3CKY3 
January 18, 2013 
Utah Assistant Attorney General Jerrold Jensen arrives at the U.S. Federal Courthouse for a hearing in... 
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES 
Utah Assistant Attorney General Jensen arrives at the U.S. Federal Courthouse for a hearing in Salt Lake... 
Utah Assistant Attorney General Jerrold Jensen arrives at the U.S. Federal Courthouse for a hearing in Salt Lake City, Utah January 17, 2013. Members of the Brown family, who are polygamists and were made famous by the television show "Sister Wives", are suing Utah on the grounds that the state's bigamy laws are unconstitutional. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-POLYGAMY/SISTERWIVES
RTR3CKXE 
January 18, 2013 
Heidi Mattingly Foster, a polygamist, leaves the U.S. Federal Courthouse after observing a hearing in... 
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES 
Foster, a polygamist, leaves the U.S. Federal Courthouse after observing a hearing in Salt Lake City,... 
Heidi Mattingly Foster, a polygamist, leaves the U.S. Federal Courthouse after observing a hearing in Salt Lake City, Utah, January 17, 2013. Members of the Brown family, who are polygamists and were made famous by the television show "Sister Wives", are suing Utah on the grounds that the state's bigamy laws are unconstitutional. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-POLYGAMY/SISTERWIVES
RTR3CKXA 
January 18, 2013 
Former polygamists Jennifer Broadbent (L) and Kristyn Decker chat as they arrive at the U.S. Federal... 
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES 
Former polygamists Broadbent and Decker chat as they arrive at the U.S. Federal Courthouse to observe... 
Former polygamists Jennifer Broadbent (L) and Kristyn Decker chat as they arrive at the U.S. Federal Courthouse to observe a hearing in Salt Lake City, Utah January 17, 2013. Members of the Brown family, who are polygamists and were made famous by the television show "Sister Wives", are suing Utah on the grounds that the state's bigamy laws are unconstitutional. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-POLYGAMY/SISTERWIVES
RTR3CKX9 
January 18, 2013 
Kristyn Decker, a former polygamist wife, talks to the media as she arrives at the U.S. Federal Courthouse... 
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES 
Decker, a former polygamist wife, talks to the media as she arrives at the U.S. Federal Courthouse to... 
Kristyn Decker, a former polygamist wife, talks to the media as she arrives at the U.S. Federal Courthouse to observe a hearing in Salt Lake City, Utah January 17, 2013. Members of the Brown family, who are polygamists and were made famous by the television show "Sister Wives", are suing Utah on the grounds that the state's bigamy laws are unconstitutional. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-POLYGAMY/SISTERWIVES
RTR3CKX8 
January 18, 2013 
Kristyn Decker, a former polygamist wife, arrives at the U.S. Federal Courthouse to observe a hearing... 
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES 
Decker, a former polygamist wife, arrives at the U.S. Federal Courthouse to observe a hearing in Salt... 
Kristyn Decker, a former polygamist wife, arrives at the U.S. Federal Courthouse to observe a hearing in Salt Lake City, Utah January 17, 2013. Members of the Brown family, who are polygamists and were made famous by the television show "Sister Wives", are suing Utah on the grounds that the state's bigamy laws are unconstitutional. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA/
RTR3CKX4 
January 18, 2013 
Attorney Jonathan Turley, attorney for the Brown family made famous by the television show "Sister Wives",... 
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES 
Attorney Turley, attorney for the Brown family made famous by the television show "Sister Wives", exits... 
Attorney Jonathan Turley, attorney for the Brown family made famous by the television show "Sister Wives", exits the U.S. Federal Courthouse after a hearing in Salt Lake City, Utah January 17, 2013. The Brown's, who are polygamists, are suing Utah on the grounds that the state's bigamy laws are unconstitutional. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-POLYGAMY/SISTERWIVES
RTR3CKX3 
January 18, 2013 
Attorney Jonathan Turley, attorney for the Brown family made famous by the television show "Sister Wives",... 
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES 
Attorney Turley, attorney for the Brown family made famous by the television show "Sister Wives", exits... 
Attorney Jonathan Turley, attorney for the Brown family made famous by the television show "Sister Wives", exits the U.S. Federal Courthouse after a hearing in Salt Lake City, Utah January 17, 2013. The Brown's, who are polygamists, are suing Utah on the grounds that the state's bigamy laws are unconstitutional. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-POLYGAMY/SISTERWIVES
RTR3CKX2 
January 18, 2013 
Attorney Jonathan Turley, attorney for the Brown family made famous by the television show "Sister Wives",... 
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES 
Attorney Turley, attorney for the Brown family made famous by the television show "Sister Wives", talks... 
Attorney Jonathan Turley, attorney for the Brown family made famous by the television show "Sister Wives", talks to the media in front of the U.S. Federal Courthouse after a hearing in Salt Lake City, Utah January 17, 2013. The Brown's, who are polygamists, are suing Utah on the grounds that the state's bigamy laws are unconstitutional. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
CHINA-DISSIDENT
RTR33Y6A 
June 21, 2012 
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei reacts as he walks past a police car parked on the street outside... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei reacts as he walks past a police car parked on the street outside... 
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei reacts as he walks past a police car parked on the street outside his studio in Beijing early June 21, 2012. Chinese police told dissident artist Ai Weiwei on Thursday he could face bigamy and pornography charges and barred him from travel, despite lifting strict bail conditions imposed after his detention. Ai, who left his house on Thursday for the first time in a year without having to report his whereabouts to police, was held for 81 days without charge in April 2011 mainly in solitary confinement until his conditional release last year. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CHINA-DISSIDENT
RTR33Y69 
June 21, 2012 
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei watches a police car drive past on the street outside his studio in... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei watches a police car drive past on the street outside his studio in... 
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei watches a police car drive past on the street outside his studio in Beijing early June 21, 2012. Chinese police told dissident artist Ai Weiwei on Thursday he could face bigamy and pornography charges and barred him from travel, despite lifting strict bail conditions imposed after his detention. Ai, who left his house on Thursday for the first time in a year without having to report his whereabouts to police, was held for 81 days without charge in April 2011 mainly in solitary confinement until his conditional release last year.REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
GREEN
RTXKPNG 
August 24, 2001 
Avowed polygamist Tom Green was sentenced on August 24, 2001 to up to five years in prison on felony... 
Provo, USA 
Avowed polygamist Tom Green was sentenced on August 24, 2001 to up to five years in prison on felony..... 
Avowed polygamist Tom Green was sentenced on August 24, 2001 to up to five years in prison on felony bigamy charges for living with four women at the same time in a remote compound in the Utah desert. Green, shown outside court in this May 16, 2001 file photo claimed he had taken multiple wives for deeply felt religious reasons and traditional Mormon beliefs. 
PEOPLE
RTRLWJQ 
May 16, 2001 
Avowed polygamist Tom Green was sentenced on August 24, 2001 to up to
five years in prison on felony... 
Provo, United States of America 
FILE PHOTO OF POLYGAMIST TOM GREEN. 
Avowed polygamist Tom Green was sentenced on August 24, 2001 to up to
five years in prison on felony bigamy charges for living with four
women at the same time in a remote compound in the Utah desert. Green,
shown outside court in this May 16, 2001 file photo claimed he had
taken multiple wives for deeply felt religious reasons and traditional
Mormon beliefs.

ME 
CRIME POLYGAMY
RTRIB01 
May 14, 2001 
Polygamist Tom Green (R), surrounded by members of the media, talks to his five wives and 25 children... 
Provo, USA 
UTAH POLYGAMIST ENTERS COURTROOM FOR JURY SELECTION. 
Polygamist Tom Green (R), surrounded by members of the media, talks to his five wives and 25 children before entering the courtroom in this photo taken May 14, 2001, at the start of jury selection for his trial in Provo, Utah. Green, 52, is charged with bigamy and criminal non support and is believed to be the first man prosecuted for polygamy in Utah in nearly 50 years. A judge on Tuesday denied a defense motion to dismiss the case.

SJ/RCS 
CHINA
RTXHL1L 
April 07, 1997 
A soon-to-be married Chinese woman waits for a wedding shop employee to finish grooming her future spouse... 
A soon-to-be married Chinese woman waits for a wedding shop employee to finish grooming her future s..... 
A soon-to-be married Chinese woman waits for a wedding shop employee to finish grooming her future spouse prior to their wedding in Beijing on April 6. According to a recent government survey, 29.9 of respondents said their highest hopes were for a happy marriage. Before the Communist Party swept to power in 1949, bigamy, concubinage and a large slave trade in women were commonplace in China. Now such acts violate the law. 
RTR2VKC 
April 07, 1997 
A soon-to-be married Chinese woman waits for a wedding shop employee to finish grooming her future spouse... 
China 
CHINESE COUPLE GET MADE UP PRIOR TO WEDDING IN BEIJING 
A soon-to-be married Chinese woman waits for a wedding shop employee to finish grooming her future spouse prior to their wedding in Beijing on April 6. According to a recent government survey, 29.9 of respondents said their highest hopes were for a happy marriage. Before the Communist Party swept to power in 1949, bigamy, concubinage and a large slave trade in women were commonplace in China. Now such acts violate the law.

CHINA WEDDING 
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