Frank Kirkman's Mountain Meadows Massacre Site
Mormon Shooters and Clubbers
"The father of Southern Utah".

in command of the Mormon Church in 1857.

Riding several days ahead of the Fancher train was George A. Smith, Brigham Young's personal emissary. Smith's duty was to alert the Southern Mormons to the threat of the coming American army, and to ensure the remote communities at the edge of the Mormon empire were prepared to defend the vulnerable southern flank. Described as a rotund and blustering man, George Smith was well-suited to the task of fomenting anger and instilling fear among the sparsely populated outposts.

These remote areas were still caught up in the throes of the Reformation, andwere especially receptive to Smith's message of hate and vengeance.
Mountain Meadows Mormon Massacre Smoking Gun Sermon - 9/13/1857
The LDS Church
has knowingly sponsored, endorsed, and forever immortalized these butchers into history. 
President Brigham Young sent Smith to prepare the for the slaughter of the Fancher train.
George A. Smith was a cousin to the Mormon's founder Joseph Smith. George Smith sermon
More refernces: LDS version of the Shooters and Clubbers | Mountain Meadows Massacre Assassins |
The 1857 Iron County Militia Project
is a Mormon based site and requires a user name and password.
List of Victims killed by Mormon Participants under the command of George Smith
In 1858 BRIGHAM YOUNG received a presidential pardon for his part in the atrocities at Mountain Meadows from President Buchanan.
Read how the Mormon Killers got paid by the US Government for caring for the orphan children after they had killed their parents.