About a month ago I published an email on V2020 addressed to Doug Wilson and his elders regarding the forthcoming marriage of Steven Sitler and Katie Travis. I specifically named the elders so that in their daily out and about in Moscow you would know who they are and what they represent. Now, I will answer some of the questions that I (rhetorically) asked them. (They didn’t bother to answer me.) A degree of culpability for supporting this sacrilegious “marriage” covers all of them, but some actors are more deeply involved than others. . . .
Convicted sex offender Steven Sitler’s conditions of probation were amended Friday at a court date originally scheduled as an evidentiary hearing. . . . Thompson said Sitler’s actions that prompted the arrest were a lapse, not a relapse. Lapses are expected as sex offenders go through treatment. . . .
An evidentiary hearing on convicted sex offender Steven Sitler’s alleged probation violation will take place July 20. The hearing was set after a status conference Monday afternoon in Latah County’s Second District Court. Sitler was arrested June 18 on an allegation he violated his probation by engaging in voyeurism. . . .
Serial child molester Steven Sitler was sentenced to life imprisonment several months ago. He served no hard time. He spent most of his incarceration in the local jail. His plea agreement says: “the volume and extent of acts by the defendant are greater than the investigator’s documentation” and “similar acts occurred in connection with minors now residing in other states.” Note the plurals. . . .
For 18 months, a serial child molester named Steven James Sitler called Moscow home. He boarded with a Christ Church family. He attended Doug Wilson’s New St. Andrews College. How did the community and members of Christ Church learn of Steven Sitler’s crimes? On a local blog and, later, on an Internet community chat group. What’s wrong with this picture? Everything. . . .