Denver Snuffer is a American lawyer and former member of the Mormon Church. He was excommunicated in 2013 following his refusal to stop printing books that were perceived by Mormon leaders as contrary to doctrine.
Snuffer is seen by many as the de facto leader of the LDS Remnant movement. The Remnant movement is a loosely organized group of people who believe that the current Mormon Church is in apostasy. The movement is made up of active and former members of the the Mormon Church.
While there are no official guidelines or tenets within the movement, its members tend to fall on the conservative end of the political spectrum.
MormonLeaks™ has revealed through the release of several documents that the Mormon Church is very concerned with this movement and its effects on their membership.
The following are all of the releases organized by date:
August 22, 2017
A report written by a Stake President to a Seventy in which the actions and activities of a man who has sympathized with Denver Snuffer are outlined in great detail. The Stake President asks how he should proceed.
A report written by a Stake President to a Seventy in which the actions and activities of a couple who have sympathized with Denver Snuffer are outlined in great detail.
An email sent from a member of the Seventy to Craig Christensen seeking advice on how to handle a complaint that a member of a particular Stake had sent to the First Presidency that was redirected to the member of the Seventy via the local Stake President. Included is the letter that the member of the Seventy is referring to in the email.
March 31, 2017
A report written by a Stake President to a Seventy in which the activities of various members in his stake are outlined.
February 28, 2017
A presentation prepared for top leaders of the Mormon Church to discuss identified threats to church membership. Denver Snuffer is identified in the presentation as one of the threats.
Media in category "Denver Snuffer"
The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total.
- Area Business Weekends.pdf 2.88 MB