A Vermont federal judge has ordered a pastor to be held in custody after the man refused to answer grand jury questions about his role in helping a Forest woman and her daughter flee the country in a same-sex custody case. Kenneth Miller was ordered held for one week to see if he would change his mind. The judge said he had no choice because Miller’s testimony is crucial to the criminal justice system. Miller said his deeply held religious beliefs prevent him from answering questions. He was convicted last year of charges he helping Lisa Miller and her young daughter flee rather than share custody of the child with her former lesbian partner in Vermont.