Jack Schaap of First Baptist Hammond Facing 10 Years in Prison for Teen Affair
Jack Schaap, former pastor of First Baptist Church of Hammond in Indiana, has signed a plea agreement in the U.S. District Court in Hammond admitting his relationship with a young woman when she was just 16. Schaap was charged with inappropriate behavior and taking a minor across state lines for the purpose of sex, and may be facing up to 10 years in prison.
"I have agreed, as set forth in a separate filing with the Court, to wave my right to Indictment by a federal Grand Jury with respect to the charge of transporting a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity and to plead guilty to that charge," reads Schaap's plea agreement in court documents obtained by The Christian Post.
The court document also states that the expected sentence for such a crime could be up to 120 months, or 10 years incarceration....
With The Mainstream Media & Press So Spreading Misinformation & Disinformation On The Jack Schaap Matter; Is It Any Wonder THE "JE[W]SUIT" Manipulated & Controlled Press Will EVER Let THE TRUTH, THE WHOLE TRUTH & NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH Be COMPLETELY & CLEARLY Known To The Whole World ?
Like THE CHICAGO SUN-TIMES Reporting A PATENT LIE On "First Baptist founder Jack Hyles"--SUN-TIMES, 9-19-12, pg.12 'Feds: Fired Pastor To Plead Guilty To Teen Sex Charge'; column 2, paragraph 6):
"First Baptist Church was founded in November 1887 by Allen Hill of Jennings County, Indiana. Its first meeting was on November 14, 1887 with 12 members on the 28th. However, it originally met in the Morton House Hotel which stood on what is currently the 100 block of Willow Court. Allen Hill's pastorate was short lived at approximately 4 months.
By April 1888, B.P. Hewitt became the church's permanent pastor and Allen Hill went on to start several other churches. Needing more room, Hewitt moved the church's meeting place to the Hohman Opera House at the corner of State and Hohman. In 1889, the church erected its own structure for $2,358 when Marcus Towle, Hammond's first mayor and member of FBC, donated land on Sibley Street to the church."--Wikipedia