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8 more Polygamist sect leader threats

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Eight more threats from Polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs against accusers besides “sickness and death”:

8. “Pestilence and a Ke$ha box set.”

7. “Terrors and a locked Windows Vista system.”

6. “Grief and a mandatory company picnic.”

5. “Disease and a Bachelor Pad season pass on Tivo.”

4. “Famine and a P.F. Chang’s gift card.”

3. “Boils and an iPhone 3G (AT&T service).”

2. “Sorrow and free tickets to Dane Cook.”

1. “Warts and a lifetime subscription to The Ocho.”

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