Here's an interesting fellow. Watt became the first British convert to Mormonism by winning a foot race, he was a writer of Pitman shorthand and took down and edited several volumes of Brigham Young's sermons, he invented a phonetic orthography called the Deseret alphabet, and he had six wives. He was excommunicated from the church after joining the Godbeites.
An insider reflects on the Waco standoff. "And the lesson of Clive Doyle’s memoir—and the battle of Mount Carmel—is that Americans aren't very good at respecting the freedom of others to be so obnoxiously different. Many Mormons, incidentally, would say the same thing."