Prior to 1960, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provided its membership an annual report to account for the income and expenses of the Church. These financial reports are not available to the general membership today. Many other details of the Church’s day to day operations are not shared with its members. For example, the Church Handbook of Instructions Handbook 1, is only distributed to Stake Presidencies and Bishoprics.
Many charitable organizations and other religious institutions operate in a fully transparent manner. We feel that an organization that purports to be “the only true and living church upon the face of the whole earth” should operate in the same way.
MormonLeaks™ provides a safe, secure, and anonymous way to submit documents, videos, or any other information regarding the Church.
MormonLeaks™ uses SecureDrop for submissions. SecureDrop is an open-source submission system that allows us to securely accept documents from and communicate with anonymous sources. This system is also used by many news organizations including The Washington Post and The Guardian.
SecureDrop requires the use of the Tor network, a hidden network within the Internet that better protects your privacy and identity. Intimidated? Don’t be! Here’s how to use Tor to submit to MormonLeaks™ in 5 simple steps:
Documents submitted to MormonLeaks™ are encrypted in transit and at rest on our servers. No identifying information about the source, their computer, IP address, or browser is logged.
Access to our SecureDrop server can be found at http://efeip5ekoqi4upkz.onion/ (Tor required).
For those that don't wish to use Tor, we plan to implement a submission form that doesn't require Tor in the near future.