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According to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office, on Thursday, September 26th, 2019 administrators at Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Eastvale, California, which is in the Corona-Norco School Districts, informed the Department, that the Cross Country and Track and Field coach, Joe Robles Jr. allegedly had improper relationships with several female students. After investigating the allegations, […]

The Associated Press has recently concluded the largest-scale review of where former members of the Roman Catholic Church, who were removed from their positions due to varying degrees of sexual misconduct with children, have ended-up within our society. More than 5,000 Clergy Identified as Sexual Abusers of Children Since the systemic patterns of allowing and […]

Cases of child sexual abuse have long term serious and devastating consequences, especially when the abuse comes at the hand of a trusted individual within a respected institution and when the survivor of that abuse is physically or mentally handicapped. Take for example the abhorrently high rate of sexual abuse of Deaf children. Tragically, one […]

On October 13th, 2019 Governor Gavin Newsom signed California State Assembly Bill 218 into law. The bill, which was first introduced by California State Assemblywoman, Lorena S. Gonzalez, will open a three-year window starting in 2020 during which claims of child sexual assault that had elapsed under the previous statute of limitations can be revived. […]

A lawsuit filed on October 16, 2019 in the Supreme Court of the State of New York against the New York School for the Deaf (also known as ‘Fanwood”) and the New York State Education Department alleges that 12 female students at the school were sexually abused while residing in the on-campus dormitories during the […]

Charles Kip Yotter was arrested on September 26, 2019 at his residence in Wildomar, California for suspicion of several felonies including oral copulation with a minor and forcible penetration with a foreign object in December of 2018. The victim was 16 years old at the time. The incident was first reported to the Lake Elsinore […]

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity has been presented to survivors of childhood sexual assault. California state assembly bill 218 has been signed into law, dramatically revolutionizing the statutes of limitations for these deplorable crimes against children and the language used to describe them. Following the example of similar legislation passed recently in New York, the bill opens […]

Following more than 150 new lawsuits for sexual misconduct with children since the implementation of the Child Victim’s Act in New York, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo now finds itself at the center of a direct investigation by the church itself. Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio of the Diocese of Brooklyn has been directed by the […]

Bernalillo County District Attorney, Raul Torrez is proposing changes to New Mexico state law in order to better protect victims of child sex abuse. “We have a real problem inside the criminal justice system. We are not living up to our best selves.  We need to do better and do more for victims of crime,” Torrez said. […]

Terry Neary was a 13-year-old altar boy at St. Ethelreda’s parish in Chicago when he was sexually abused by Rev. William R. Leyhane in 1971. Although there were multiple instances of abuse, Neary would suppress his memories of the encounter until 1980, when as a student pursuing a doctorate at Loyola University Chicago, he shared […]

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