Elizabeth Vargas reports on a disturbing side of the Amish community and interviews Mary Byler, a woman who broke the Amish code by reporting sexual abuse to authorities. Byler became the center of the scandal that rocked her tight-knit Amish home in Wisconsin when she told the Sheriff's office that she was raped hundreds of times - by eight or nine men, including her own brothers, who did confess to the crime. As a boy, Ricky Rodriguez was the poster child for the popular Children of God religious sect, exalted by the group's leader as its prophet-in-waiting. The sect eventually shrank from the spotlight due to growing scrutiny about its alleged sexual practices. When the now 29-year-old Rodriquez brutally murdered another former member and then committed suicide last year, those decades-old allegations of widespread abuse and exploitation of children came to the fore once again. Children of God has re-emerged with a new name - Family International - and says it has renounced sexual activity between adults and children. Warren Steed Jeffs, 50, was taken into custody after he and two other people were pulled over by a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper on Interstate 15 just north of Las Vegas. The leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was wanted in Utah and Arizona on suspicion of sexual misconduct for allegedly arranging marriages between underage girls and older men. Jeffs had been on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list, with a $100,000 reward offered for information leading to his capture.
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