I remember the article, which was of great interest to me at the time. If my memory serves me correctly the advice was to go to the wrongdoer and encourage them to turn themselves in, in cases of immorality, abortion, blood transfusions, so that the "loving " brothers could "help" them. Well, I just never could do that. I knew the poor person was a tortured soul as a matter of fact I always went out of my way to remind them that any information about the case was strictly confidential. I have had many families thank me, none turned themselves in to a "loving committee".
However, as I look back on my career, I think many of these cases were the nails in my coffin of leaving the organization. These are stories of affairs and unwanted pregnancies among elders families, mental illness of those that should not have been put in a position of leadership, blood transfusions from guys on the liaison committee, I could go on and on . I kept all of this stuff to myself ( couldn't even tell my husband). Really it just helped me realize this group of people were no better than anyone else. Maybe worse because they look down on folks with such problems, instead of having a little compassion which they themselves are in such desperate need of.