Idaho prides itself on personal freedoms, but one child bride explains how her parents’ freedom cost her dearly – Inlander


Angel Dwyer’s family came to North Idaho for the beautiful log cabin home they were able to buy in the middle of nowhere, not too far from the pristine waters of Priest Lake. They came because Idaho is a place known for respecting personal freedoms. They came because they knew people wouldn’t ask questions.

Questions like: How old is Angel? And how old is her husband?

They wouldn’t ask about the wedding ceremony Angel’s mother conducted in their living room or how she’d directed her newly 13-year-old daughter, dressed in a mail-order wedding gown, to read handwritten vows to her 16-year-old tuxedoed boyfriend.

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