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Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald make a bold statement following Josh Duggar’s verdict

A more direct comment came from Amy Duggar King, a cousin of the Duggar children. A longtime critic of her family’s ultra-conservative beliefs and practices, she has steadfastly sided with “Thank you Jesus. Justice has been served,” she says. tweeted immediately after sentencing. King also offered to support family members who have been abused by Josh in the past, as well as jurors, who have the difficult task of viewing graphic evidence and making decisions.

Also weighing in is the younger sister Jinger Duggar Vuolo. She and her husband, Jeremy Vuolo, posted a lengthy statement on their Instagram story (via No crystal ball) is even more direct and condemnable than Seewalds’. They expressed gratitude to God “for exposing Josh’s actions”, along with regret that Josh had dishonored his family’s faith. “For Josh, we fear for his soul,” Vuolos said. The couple concluded: “We are grateful for justice. We are praying for more justice, vindication, protection and healing for all those wronged.”

Once again, fans have to weigh in via Instagram comment: “Best quote from the family so far!!” cheer one. Another wrote, “I’m so proud of these women (his sister), courage and bravery. Anyone else crying?” And one follower summed it up: “ONE BEST YES. Finally someone in the family calls Josh GUILTY.”

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Bobby Allyn

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