The Untold Story of the Death of Joseph Smith

Bill McKeever speaks on the untold story of the death of Joseph Smith.

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Comment by Connie on October 6, 2009 at 9:01pm
I watched this video with my husband Rock- I don't know where he found it. It is amazing to me the absolute lengths the church I once so devoted my life and heart to, will go to, to misrepresent, hide and even lie to cover it's OWN history up. I am hurting right now- because of a close family member who chooses to believe now that I am an "Anti-Mormon.

I feel free- but God knows how being a "DNA" and a "TBM" has hurt my life before and now after making the decision to leave. I will not worship a Pharisaical corporation that has lied to me my whole life! This is just one of MANY sad attempts to cover up so many lies. It makes me sick inside.
Comment by Moon_Raven on October 28, 2009 at 8:27am
very interesting video...this is the first video ive seen from Bill KcKeever...am interested in finding out more about him and what he does...
Comment by Perry L. Porter on January 22, 2010 at 11:23pm
Bill if you were to turn the same critical lens on your own religion, you would find just as many faults and would have created a "ministry" that is anti-Christian, not just anti-Mormon.
Comment by Alex Brandt on April 4, 2011 at 11:07am
Amen to that hombre

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