Daily Herald Writes About Paxton Singer Being Found Not Guilty of Child Sex Exploitation

A judge declared that Paxton Singer was not guilty of child sex exploitation. The disgraced youth minister from Harvest Bible Chapel received the verdict today. This is a brief post featuring the Daily Herald’s coverage of the verdict.

“Justice? — You get justice in the next world. In this one you have the law.”

William Gaddis

“If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in me—to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.

Matthew 18:6 NIV

Harvest Bible Chapel Rolling Meadows 

This is a brief post but as it was published this evening I want to get it added to the blog. Paxton Singer was found not guilty of child sex exploitation. Paxton Singer was the youth minister for Harvest Bible Chapel who allegedly engaged in sexting and grooming of a male minor. There is more this blog will write about this story and that will be published in the next few days. You can read Susan Sarkauskas story in, “Judge finds former Harvest youth minister not guilty of child exploitation.” This blog is grateful for the Daily Herald writing about the Harvest Bible Chapel scandal. 

2 thoughts on “Daily Herald Writes About Paxton Singer Being Found Not Guilty of Child Sex Exploitation

  1. Well that’s gross, and that judge just almost certainly willingly released a sex offender into the community. This guy will almost 100% offend again, and likely get away with worse since he had this scare and will be more careful.

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  2. Pingback: From the Paxton Singer Case in Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago to the Scott Woods Situation at David Platt’s McLean Bible. How Law is Not Keeping Up with Changes in Technology | Wondering Eagle

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