Anyone, especially active Mormons, have any clue why she would have her record transferred to a new ward, but Chad wouldn't? (Why not JJ and Tylee is a good question as well.)
Maybe Chad actually was excommunicated.
So... there are many reasons to not move the records. Personal choice is one of them. Maybe there's something he doesn't want people to see on the record. Maybe it wasn't moved to hide his location.
I happen to know he wasn't excommunicated. I can't say more. I have an evidence-backed theory as to why he hasn't moved his record, but I can't share it here. VI status - you can accept that or not. LE may be able to subpoena for more information regarding his records (see below). All I can say is I confirm what has been reported that his record is (currently) not in the ward in Hawaii.
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