Monday, May 14, 2012

Mother’s Day Protest outside of Northville Ward Mormon Church

A protest was held outside the Michigan Northville Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints at 31450 Six Mile Rd., Livonia, Michigan on Mother’s Day. The protester, is the son of Samuel J. Skousen. His protest was to draw attention to the abuses of female members of his family and mentioned involvement of Samuel J. Skousen as well as the Romney’s. Members of the Romney family and Samuel J. Skousen, not only share membership in the Mormon Church in common, but also have long business associations and involvement in assaults and covered-up on female family members of the protester.

Romney family members, as well as Samuel J. Skousen, attend the Northville Mormon Church Ward. A letter was given to Bishop Ostroaff of the Northville Ward detailing some of the abuses. Samuel J. Skousen was recently called to teach college age students at the Mormon Church's Institute of Religion.

The last line of the letter personally handed to Bishop Ostroaff read "I am protesting on Mother's Day to draw attention to the situation and how the church has condoned my father's actions towards my mother."

Additional details on the protest will be in future blogging posts.


  1. Very bad news for Mitt Romney's "nomination"!! Compiled here is evidence of the delegates being unbound and some even suing to be free of Romney!! It looks like things may be decided at a brokered convention!

  2. Thank you for your comment John Smith. Sorry, for the delay in posting it.. I have to check my comment box more often!