[Vision2020] Judge denies Sitler’s reunification with family

Rose Huskey rosejhuskey at gmail.com
Fri Aug 19 10:56:52 PDT 2016

Thank you.

Rose Huskey


From: vision2020-bounces at moscow.com [mailto:vision2020-bounces at moscow.com] On Behalf Of Saundra Lund
Sent: Friday, August 19, 2016 10:14 AM
To: 'Moscow Vision 2020'
Subject: Re: [Vision2020] Judge denies Sitler’s reunification with family


While I'm extremely grateful for the coverage of this particular ongoing travesty of justice, and I think the editorial in today’s Daily News was great, I found the headline of the article below confusing/misleading. 


Having been at the hearing (just as I've been at the majority of them over the past almost decade), I know what Judge Stegner said that family reunification is still the goal with Sitler, but it will just continue to happen slowly -- that they well take "baby steps!"


I kid you not:  the judge actually said "baby steps" with respect to getting a fixated pedophilic sex offender who has already been sexually stimulated by his infant living back in the home with his baby. SMH.


For those with strong stomachs, you can listen to the hearing here:



NEWS FLASH:  if the extensive ongoing "therapy" Sitler has been receiving for a decade (+/-) hasn't stopped him from being sexually stimulated by his own infant son within the last year, it's beyond sheer insanity to think family reunification will ever be appropriate for this poor child or any others he and his dysfunctional wife plan to create . . . and reportedly they plan to create more and keep them hidden from the rest of decent society. 


Too, if Sitler had a shred of remorse, self-awareness, or decency he'd never have created his very own little sex toy in the form of his infant child.


Now, please excuse me while I go puke & shower.



Saundra Lund

Moscow, ID


I distrust those who know so well what God wants them to do because I notice it always coincides with their own desires.

~ Susan B. Anthony



From: vision2020-bounces at moscow.com [mailto:vision2020-bounces at moscow.com] On Behalf Of Moscow Cares
Sent: Wednesday, August 17, 2016 6:04 PM
To: Moscow Vision 2020 <vision2020 at moscow.com>
Subject: [Vision2020] Judge denies Sitler’s reunification with family


Thank you, Judge Stegner.


Courtesy of the Moscow-Pullman Daily News.




Judge denies Sitler’s reunification with family


Latah County 2nd Judicial District Court Judge John Stegner ruled Wednesday morning that convicted sex offender Steven Sitler will still not be allowed to reside with his family.

Sitler served one year with the Idaho Department of Corrections and less than a year in the custody of the Latah County Jail after he was sentenced to life in prison with retained jurisdiction in September 2006 after pleading guilty to lewd conduct with a child under 16 under a Rule 11 plea agreement with the state of Idaho.

Sitler was released from prison with a life term of probation. Sitler’s probation prohibits him from having contact with anyone under the age of 18.

Following his release, he married and had a child. He was removed from the home after admitting during a polygraph test last September to having “contact with his child that resulted in actual sexual stimulation.” At that point a judge ordered Sitler must have an approved chaperone within direct line-of-sight anytime he was with his child. Sitler has been living in a motel the past 11 months.

In addition to asking the court to allow Sitler to resume living with his wife, Katie Sitler, and the couple’s son, attorneys also asked that Katie Sitler and Dave Sitler, Steven Sitler’s father, be reinstated as approved chaperones for when Steven Sitler is visiting his child. Stegner reinstated Katie Sitler but denied Dave Sitler.

Both lost their statuses as chaperones after they failed to report incidents and disclosures involving Steven Sitler. Roxanne Sitler, Steven Sitler’s mother, was reinstated as an approved chaperone in January.

Stegner said during Wednesday’s hearing that reunification of the family should be the goal, and experts, including those at Valley Treatment Specialties and Dr. Gregory Wilson, said Katie Sitler should be allowed to be a chaperone.

Stegner said he denied Dave Sitler’s request to be a chaperone because he did not see evidence to approve him as a chaperone.


Seeya 'round town, Moscow, because . . .


"Moscow Cares"

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Tom Hansen

Moscow, Idaho


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