Maryland: 158 abusers, 600 victims

From the Maryland Daily Record: A 456-page report from the Maryland Attorney General’s Office identifies 158 Catholic priests accused of sexual abuse, including 43 that were never publicly named by the Archdiocese of Baltimore, as part of a four-year investigation into the history of child sexual abuse by members of the clergy. The investigation also…Continue reading Maryland: 158 abusers, 600 victims

If your kid goes to Anaheim’s Katella HS, read this:

Two survivors of child sexual abuse have said Katella High School’s David Sepe sexually abused them while he was their teacher at Savannah High School. Both schools are in the Anaheim’s Union High School District. But it gets worse – Sepe was accused in the early 2000s of abuse The Anaheim Unified HS District knew…Continue reading If your kid goes to Anaheim’s Katella HS, read this:

Statute of limitations reform: A bittersweet, overwhelming success

This week, the US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) reported that allegations of child sexual abuse in the Catholic Church TRIPLED in the past year. There is only one reason for this huge increase in reports: Statute of Limitation Reform. Survivors in many states (California, New Jersey, New York, Arizona) now have the right to…Continue reading Statute of limitations reform: A bittersweet, overwhelming success

The Archdiocese of San Francisco is Having a Party for Abuse Survivors

Funny, the Archdiocese didn’t care about victims until Gavin Newsom signed AB 218 into law. The new law allows adult survivors of child sex abuse in California to use the civil courts to expose abuse and cover-up. So now, diocese officials are trying to get all friendly before January 1, 2020, when victims can start…Continue reading The Archdiocese of San Francisco is Having a Party for Abuse Survivors

California opens three-year window for victims of child sexual abuse

California Enacts AB 218: Landmark Bill Protects Children from Sexual Abuse California Enacts AB 218: Landmark Bill Protects Children from Sexual Abuse Zero Abuse Project Commends the New Law, Which Opens a Three-Year Window for Survivors of Childhood Sexual Assault to Seek Justice and Hold Institutions Accountable. Sacramento CA, (October 13, 2019) – Zero Abuse…Continue reading California opens three-year window for victims of child sexual abuse