Thursday, November 17, 2011

The Dargers Will Be on ABC Friday Night

ABC News had more coverage of the Dargers.

Polygamy is illegal in the United States and the Dargers know the decision to go public exposes their family to the danger of potential prosecution. They insist, though, that the time has come for those laws to change and for the misconceptions they see about their faith to be corrected.

"For change to be effective people have to be willing to stand for a principle of what's correct, even if that's uncomfortable for society as a whole," Joe Darger said. "We are law abiding citizens in every other way. I'm in a felonious relationship and that's a decision that we made and we have to explain."

For those of us in the US, the Dargers are going to be on ABC’s "20/20" Friday, November 18 at 10 p.m. ET.
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