Stowell's a changed man
You published more of a point of view than a factual story concerning Brad Stowell. It seems that more is to follow in a "series" of exploiting the Boy Scouts of America. The reality is that you are reliving a nightmare for a man who I consider to be a good person.
I would like you to publish my point of view also so that the readers of this series can know the flip side of the coin.
I have known Stowell for two years now. I know him to be kind, full of light, friendly and an excellent teacher. He has a wonderful wife who helps him be a better person. He has served in our LDS ward with a willing heart and a strong knowledge of Jesus Christ. He has put his past behind him. He holds his head up with dignity.
His past involved a vice, similar to alcohol abuse or drug abuse, which he had to free himself from the grip. It's sad that it involved children.
He still carries that sorrow; you can see it in his face. But he has overcome, he is a changed person. He is a terrific person. It's a shame that some people will see his name and only think ill of him.
Please don't judge him too harshly. Please leave him alone.