From Keith's Facebook page:
My Husband wanted you to know and here this .....We are YOUR friend's ......................This is Dusty McPherson...Just wait until all of you opinionated big mouths make a mistake! I firmly believe it was an honest mistake concerning Zero's DWI. He could've done like the rest of you and kept it a private matter between him and the property owner and hoped that no one found out. Zero's absolute honesty and his desire to be transparent got him into this mess. Jesus Christ put it this way "Before you point out the speck in your brothers eye, you must first get the log out of your own." I hope that all of you who have chosen to publicly disgrace Zero never get crucified by the world's Facebook busy bodies when you make your "honest mistake". Shame on all of you! So much for North Carolina being a hospitable state.
From Today Christian:
The police report says Jim Bob Duggar reported the incident to elders in his church, who suggested a counseling program for Josh.
Josh’s wife, Anna, tells the magazine she was aware of the situation and believes Josh is living according to 2 Corinthians 5:17.
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar tell People they hope the revelation of the abuse will cause people to seek God, not turn away.
“We pray that as people watch our lives they see that we are not a perfect family. We have challenges and struggles every day. It is one of the reasons we treasure our faith so much, because God’s kindness and goodness and forgiveness are extended to us—even though we are so undeserving. We hope somehow the story of our journey—the good times and the difficult times—cause you to see the kindness of God and learn that He can bring you through anything.”
The incident, however, led to Josh’s salvation.
“I would do anything to go back to those teen years and take different actions,” says Josh. “I sought forgiveness from those I had wronged and asked Christ to forgive me and come into my life. In my life today, I am so very thankful for God’s grace, mercy and redemption.”