Who Do We Protect?
Stop Abuse Commentary:
Protect our children. Not their abusers.
Laws should protect children and not their perpetrators. Statutes of limitations deny abused children the ability to even get through the court house doors where they have to prove beyond all reasonable doubt that they were abused. No mean feat in itself as most abuse happens behind closed doors.
Read also how Penn State may be protected by sovereign immunity. All organizations, private or public, need to be held accountable for child abuse. That way their insurance companies will ensure they have the right practices and procedures in place.
Read Marci Hamilton’s excellent book on this subject, Justice Denied. What America Must Do to Protect its Children.