Before that, victims who packed the courtroom had been giving impact statements. Biggs, a former youth pastor in Medford who had pleaded guilty to filming the girl, had to be hospitalized, the report said. Friction was apparent between the families of Dana Defeo and Terry Batson. The impact of Smith's fist left Biggs lying on the floor in a fetal position, the Mail Tribune of Medford reported. More than a year later, Massey stood before a judge, who sentenced him to five years in prison. Massey survived and was charged with manslaughter. Nobody was arrested. What could prompt a middle-aged woman to haul off and deliver a solid punch to the face of another woman, all without causing any apparent consternation to the bystanders who witnessed the attack? KY3-TV, after a lengthy newsroom discussion, decided not to air the video but did mention the argument and the punch in a tag to the main story about the sentencing for the two traffic deaths. Email Donald Biggs, a former youth pastor convicted of sexual abuse, was attacked in an Oregon courtroom on Wednesday, authorities said. Earlier this year, Biggs pleaded guilty to one felony count of transporting with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity. For punching Biggs, police said Smith faced misdemeanor charges of obstructing governmental or judicial administration, fourth-degree assault and disorderly conduct. After the sentencing, outside the courtroom, a drama unfolded. The graphic and startling smack in the mouth was captured on camera.