Kevin sued YouTube and later had his account reinstated. I'm anticipating the day when there will be conferences around the country presenting workshops on how to deal with contentious spiritual abuse bloggers. Panels of experts will be flown in to discuss legal measures to take against bloggers. Those who have successfully shut down blogs or won lawsuits will be given a platform. Support groups to connect with others who are suffering emotionally from being exposed relentlessly on the world wide web will be offered, books will be sold, etc.
I imagine there will soon be a whole new crop of blogs against spiritual abuse bloggers. We've already seen blogger, Fred Butler, who has featured a handful of posts on "survivor bloggers". I smell it in the air. Meanwhile, here's another story in the news about a blogger and his church.
At the end of this meeting, Twede says on his personal blog that he was handed a letter, which he has posted online. The letter, which spells his name incorrectly, requests that he appear before a disciplinary council on September 30. It states that he is being considered for disciplinary action “including the possibility of disfellowshipment or excommunication, because you are reported to have been in apostasy.”