Originally Posted by Whisper22
That simply means I know MINE and those of other Mormons.
Sorry, but no, you don't. You know the teachings of your church - you do not know the morals of other Mormons. It does not take much research to find lots of Mormons who have committed crimes, including sexual abuse or immoral acts, just as with followers of any religion.
You also make the assumption that you and the LDS church have the highest of morals. Do you think prejudice is moral? For younger readers, you might want to glance at a review of the following link to understand the prejudice of the Mormon church until very recently. Black people and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I don't bring this up to be critical - hopefully this is all in the past. I bring it up merely to point out that the Mormon church is no different than any other church in that it defines morals by its own subjective standards and not from a universally accepted human rights perspective, and it is just as subject to criticism as any other church. I could post all kinds of links about child molestation, and other moral crimes committed by Mormons, but that is not the point. The point is that Mormons are no different than anyone else - there are tall ones and short ones, fat ones and skinny ones, and moral ones and immoral ones...