1. The Mormon Church (MC) has been making and continues to make certain doctored foundational claims as to the character of the founder and his discoveries that have induced and continue to induce people to join the MC. 2. In 2013, the MC inserted in its website (lds.org), the Gospel Topic Essays (GTE) that for the first time acknowledge the real, salacious foundational claims, effectively admitting that the doctored foundational claims it has made in the past and is currently making overtly in church meetings and through its missionary force of 67,000 missionaries to the world are made knowing they are falsehoods. 3. Furthermore, the MC conspired to defraud its members and the general public when its historian, Steven E. Snow, in 2016 stated that the MC will not direct the church membership or the public to the GTE nor will the GTE be discussed in local meetings or general conferences, but that the MC will continue to promote the doctored, sanitized foundational claims. We have him on tape: https://clyp.it/gq0cdhf1 4. That in reliance on such doctored foundational claims people were, are, and continue to be induced to make material contributions to the MC by way of money (10% of their incomes in order to gain access to temples) and donated time; and, 5. That psychological tactics - typically used by cults - are employed to deceive or, if needed, coerce contributors not to question the sanitized foundational claims, or punish them if they do. An ex-NSA executive, former Bishop and ex-Mormon can attest to these facts. 6. That the discovery of the true foundational claims is causing members to experience cognitive dissonance, and almost always results in their resignation from the church, which in turn contributes to marital breakdowns, loss of family associations, and, in some cases, loss of employment in Utah, where predominantly employers hire only Mormons.