03-25-2011, 07:50 PM #1
IA - Pella- former church leader accused of sexually abusing four women
I have never seen such a detailed report of things...
It's really easy to read.. just not the usual style of reporting around here lol
BEWARE this man relocated to Michigan!!!!!!!
"The alleged victims decided, as a group, to go to the church elders. Edouard resigned at the moment he was confronted by a group of church elders and two of the victims' husbands. The church deposed him from office. He is no longer allowed to serve as a pastor for any of the United Reformed Churches in North America. Edouard and his wife sold their house in February. Neighbors said that they moved with their four children to Michigan."
03-26-2011, 07:12 AM #2
Dang, he's lived all over the place too.
Now, I wonder what he's doing in Michigan?
On an aside the first thing I thought of was windows when I saw Pella. Interesting this is where the originate.
Not taking from the victims I just observed that.
03-26-2011, 12:49 PM #3
Here we go again...
09-04-2016, 03:12 AM #4
Former Pella pastor Patrick Edouard was sentenced Friday morning to five years in prison after being found guilty of sexual exploitation.
July 2014, conviction upheld
A Pella pastor's sexual exploitation convictions for pursuing intimate relationships with women who came to him for guidance will stand, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled Friday.
The court's ruling reverses a previous decision by the Iowa Court of Appeals, which found that Patrick Edouard deserved a new trial. Edouard, 44, served as pastor of the Covenant Reform Church in Pella from 2003 through 2010, resigning after the husband of one of the women came home to find the pastor's van in his driveway and became suspicious.
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