It Only Takes One Adult in Each Case to Thwart Sexual Abuse


It Only Takes One Adult in Each Case to Thwart Sexual Abuse…will that be you?

 

Each year thousands of children are abused by teachers, doctors, and parents….all this goes on while family and juvenile courts and child protection agencies stand by and refuse to believe this is occurring.   Stand up for the abused who need a voice….Next time, believe them.

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Sign this Petition, Fight Pedophilia


Hear this mans story, then sign the petition to fight extradition of his mother — a former Judge in Lithuania who fled the to USA after taking on pedophilia in Lithuania:

Here is the petition link here.

Posted in UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

The Majority of Juvenile Runaways in DC are From Foster Care


Foster care is generally a terrible system for raising a child.   It is no wonder then that the most of the girls who are reported to have gone missing and run away are foster children.    Specifically, Youth Service Insider found that “the majority of missing kids from D.C. who are not found are foster youth.”   

Read More: The Foster Care Aspect of the D.C. Missing Girls Story

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Happy Pi Day…3.14(159)!


A celebration of a most important (indefinite) number is today….without Pi, we would not be able to calculate the area of a circle given its radius…and more!

Appreciate Pi today.669e035a_national-pi-day

Posted in UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Court papers allege child told Paterno of sex abuse in 1976


Paterno knew in 1976One of Penn State’s insurers has claimed “in 1976, a child allegedly reported to PSU’s Head CoachJoseph Paterno that he (the child) was sexually molested by Sandusky.”

The order also cites separate references in 1987 and 1988 in which unnamed assistant coaches witnessed inappropriate contact between Sandusky and unidentified children, and a 1988 case that was supposedly referred to Penn State’s athletic director at the time.

All, the opinion states, are described in victims’ depositions taken as part of the still-pending insurance case, but that, according a PennLive review of the case file, are apparently under seal.

“There is no evidence that reports of these incidents ever went further up the chain of command at PSU,” Judge Gary Glazer wrote, in determining that because Penn State’s executive officers – its president and trustees – weren’t aware of the allegations, he would not bar claims from that time frame from insurance coverage.

The insurance case involves big money for Penn State, which hopes to be reimbursed for most of the $60 million-plus it has paid in recent years to settle nearly 30 civil claims pertaining to abuse by Sandusky.

Read more: Penn Live

Posted in child exploitation prostitution, Childrens Rights, Pedophiia among washington officials, pedophile ring, Penn State, Pennsylvania, Sandusky, UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Arlington Loses A Great Parent


Increasingly, we have come across stories of how parent’s lives were lost after a judge arbitrarily and/or corruptly has taken a child from a loving parent.     It is almost unimaginable the …

Source: Arlington Loses A Great Parent

Posted in UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Margaret Cho: Survived a childhood of rape and sexual abuse


In a recent interview with Danielle Bacher of Billboard magazine, Cho, 46, told the magazine that she was sexually molested by a family friend from age five to 12.

“I had a very long-term relationship with this abuser, which is a horrible thing to say,” she told Bacher. “I didn’t even understand it was abuse, because I was too young to know,” she says. “I endured it so many times, especially because I was alone a lot.”

At 14, Cho said, she was raped by an acquaintance.

“I was raped continuously through my teenage years, and I didn’t know how to stop it,” she said. “It was also an era where young girls were being sexualized. For me, I think I had been sexually abused so much in my life that it was hard for me to let go of anger, forgive or understand what happened.”

Read more: Washington Post

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