Skip to comments.Pastor “at Peace” After Conviction in Lesbian Partners Custody Case
Posted on 08/17/2012 2:17:44 PM PDT by elijah1757
An Amish-Mennonite pastor who helped a woman flee the country with her daughter in order to keep the little girl from being handed over by court order to her lesbian former partner has been convicted by a Vermont jury of aiding and abetting a parental kidnapping.
In 2009, pastor Kenneth L. Miller of Virginia helped former lesbian Lisa Miller (no relation) leave the country with her daughter Isabella, after a court granted custody of the child to Miller's lesbian former partner, Janet Jenkins. Jenkins is not biologically related to the girl, and never went through legal proceedings to adopt her.
LifeSiteNews.com reported that Isabella was conceived by artificial insemination while Jenkins and Miller were in a Vermont 'civil union,' which was dissolved in 2003. Following the end of her relationship, Miller returned to the Baptist religion of her youth and consequently disavowed homosexual behavior. She has raised Isabella with the same values.
LifeSite previously reported that in sworn affidavits, two experts testified that the little girl suffered from emotional trauma following court-ordered visits to Jenkins. The documents illustrate the concerns that presumably led Miller, who had repudiated the lesbian lifestyle and converted to Evangelical Christianity, to flee the United States to avoid further contact between her daughter and Jenkins, reported LifeSite.
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The court was wrong and wrongful, knowingly so. Apparently, they’re afraid Miss Miller might marry a guy and give her daughter a real family. Can’t have that, not in LibWorld.
That should have been the end of it.
Can’t have future dykes and leftists removed from the country, now can we!
If this had been a woman, daughter and step father, the step father wouldn’t have had a chance. And rightfully so.
Vermont is beautiful. But filled with way too many communists and freaks.
The article doesn’t say if the kid is living with the lesbo.
What I find hard to believe is how in the hell the court could grant custody to a woman who is not related nor ever adopted the kid. Well, sadly, it’s not hard to believe anymore.
What I find hard to believe is how in the hell the court could grant custody to a woman who is not related nor ever adopted the kid.
She’s a pervert. They have extra rights.
With a thousand more men like this, America just might turn around.
May God mightily bless him.
The child is living with her actual mother in South America. Mom has repented of the lesbo lifestyle.
Time for a full pardon.
How can an unmarried single parent “kidnap” her own child?
The judge and every member of that jury deserve to be hanged. It were better for them that a millstone were hanged about their necks, and they were cast into the sea, than that they should offend that little one.
A VT judge and jury are a frightening phenomenon!
Good for her. I wish them both the best.