Fall From Grace: “Prophet of God” Charged After “Marrying” Ten Year Old Niece

In Minnesota, James Wallace Fall, 58, is accused of marrying his ten-year-old niece. Fall insists that he is a “prophet of God.” He insists that the marriage is sanctioned by the Bible, which is full of accounts of figures with multiple and often adolescent wives.

Fall “married” his niece during a summer vacation at Yellowstone National Park in 2001. He allegedly would alternative between the niece and his prior wife, Rosemary Fall, 49. This went on for nine years until the niece went to police. She is now 19.

The aunt has also been charged in the case.

He is also being investigated for possible murder and fraud connected to the death of his brother-in-law, Phillip Johnson, 10 years ago.

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23 thoughts on “Fall From Grace: “Prophet of God” Charged After “Marrying” Ten Year Old Niece”

  1. Mespo,

    Bummer. You’re missing out on a fun gedanken.

    Re: “Find ’em–you made ’em!” Made ’em, yes, but then lost ’em at “Hello.”

  2. Tootie, you(r) religious toot is louder than you(r)reasoned debate skills.

    You(r)attempted debate with the likes of Mespo is like that ol’ sayin’ which I paraphrased:

    Any of Mespo’s debates with you—even on one of his worst and rarest off-message days—is like him dueling with a pitifully helpless and hapless unarmed man-child/woman-child.

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