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Assemblies Settles Out of Court

Friday, July 1st, 1994

Los Angeles — Five men who were sexually molested as children by a minister have reached a $1.75 million out-of-court settlement with the Assemblies of God, Inc. The victims, now aged 27 to 30, will share the settlement. The minister, the Rev. Dalton Webber Sr., admitted his guilt during the course of the suit and stated that he had been forgiven. Webber, formerly the senior pastor at Good Shepherd Assemblies of God Worship Center in Carlsbad, California, moved to Filoan Springs, Arkansas, before the suit was filed.
(Reported by the Freedom Writer)

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Legion Cuts Ties with Confessed Child Molester

Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

Picture of Dalton WebberA former commander of American Legion Post 29 in Siloam Springs was asked to resign his membership Nov. 10 after Legionnaires learned of his 1994 admission that he molested the child of a member of his church congregation in California.

Dalton Webber, 80, of Siloam Springs had served as chaplain for the state American Legion for three years and was a historian and executive board member of the local post.

“He was our program director for the annual Family Funfest fundraiser,” said Ron Evans, commander for Post 29. “He created a lot of the flyers and tickets for the events. Dalton is a very talented man, but this admission has forced the Legion to distance ourselves from him.”

Evans said Webber served as a liaison between the Legion and the local Boy Scouts.

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Warning: The testimonies on this site contain specific questions and statements of testimonies given in the environment of a court of law about sexual abuses of children at Miracle Ranch Orphanage. For the most part the alleged victims identify Tony and his brother Jose as the abusers. The alleged abuses took place over a long period of time with repeated acts on numerous children.

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