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Mandated Reporters

Mandated Reporters

Reporting suspected child abuse is a good idea, and for many it’s the law. Before you check your state’s mandatory reporting laws check your morals.

Lawmakers are enabling sexual predators

Lawmakers are enabling sexual predators

A horrifying child sexual abuse case in New York’s capital region only got prosecuted by some uncommon luck. New York’s Statute of Limitations on the crime keeps most offenders on the street.

Stopping Child Sexual Abuse

Stopping Child Sexual Abuse

Our silence, and our children’s innocence and shame. Bringing sexual abuse out of the shadows shatters the silence that perpetrators count on.

34 Years, Six Victims, One Day In Court

34 Years, Six Victims, One Day In Court

Lawsuit filed by childhood clergy sexual abuse victim in Essex County, NJ Superior Court against Fr. Michael “Mitch” Walters; the Archdiocese of Newark, New Jersey; its former Archbishop, Cardinal Theodore Mc Carrick; and St. John Nepomucene Parish, Guttenberg, NJ Fr....
Spotlight 2.0: Child Sexual Abuse and The New York Times

Spotlight 2.0: Child Sexual Abuse and The New York Times

First published in Medium If silence is the jet fuel of child sexual abuse, why would any media outlet keep mum on reporting related news? Why didn’t The New York Times cover news about the NY Child Victims Act in New York State? Does the newspaper have a conflict of...
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