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Thursday, 17 April 2014

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"What do you think twin one?" "She sure is pretty twin two."

Deer Valley- Utah, a clever scheme that has been running for the last seven years recently came undone.

Caleb Foxtrot was bought in to the county sherrif's office to answer charges of polygamy.

The devout morman has been accused of marrying sisters, three of them... identical triplets.

"We can't disclose too much information at the moment," stated Sheriff Harland Globetrotter. "What we can say is the man married the women in three different states over a significant period of time in a highly thought out and elaborate plan that was designed to fool authorities."

Everything was running like clockwork with the women taking turns to go out on dates with their husband, appearing one at a time in public and all of them using the name of the oldest sister. It was only the sterling detective work of the local cop shop that bought the man's plan undone.

"The only reason we found out," grinned the Sherriff as though he was thinking of some private joke, "was that all three women had children in a five month period. We either thought it was a miracle or something wasn't what it was seemed. When we got out to the property there was only one woman out the front and the others hid in the attic. We knew something wasn't adding up though when we checked the clothesline only to discover 6 pairs of male underpants and 27 bras."

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