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The Latest: New Charges filed in foster care sex abuse case

A Long Island foster parent who sexually abused children in his care but is protected by New York's Statute of Limitations on the crime has had new charges filed against him, and his case has ignited an investigation of NY's foster care system. read more

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Hollywood’s child sex ring is about to be blown wide open

There have been persistent rumors of organized child sexual abuse and trafficking in Hollywood for years. California's Statute of Limitations on the crime protects abusers and means victims who speak out are legally vulnerable. But after four years of digging, someone who claims to be very close to the source is prepared to name names on prime time TV. read more

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Another Victim of Michael Jackson’s Comes Forward

Another victim has filed suit against Micheal Jackson's estate, claiming not only that he was sexually abused by the singer, but that there was a well-organized system in place to supply Jackson with boys.
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Breaking The Cycle

Part of breaking the cycle of abuse is not raising your children with the secrets, lies and shame you were raised with read more

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Why Statute of Limitations Reform works, and Mandated Reporter Laws Don’t

There is no legislative fix that will do as much to prevent child sexual abuse as Statute of Limitations reform. Changes to the Mandated Reporter laws are being suggested as a remedy to a recent sex abuse scandal involving the Boy Scouts, but this cannot work as well as SOL reform. read more

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