Abuse Cases

Some articles on abuse cases, abuse:

Survivors Network Of Those Abused By Priests - Controversy
... the statute of limitations on child sexual abuse cases ... Drivon, a lawyer who had represented 320 plaintiffs in clergy abuse cases and who had contributed to SNAP ... attorneys who had represented clients in abuse cases, but maintained that it did not direct clients to these attorneys ...
Child Sexual Abuse - History - The Rise of Public Concern
... Child sexual abuse became a public issue in the 1970s and 1980s ... Prior to this point in time sexual abuse remained rather secretive and socially unspeakable ... and the first national estimate of the number of child sexual abuse cases was published in 1948 ...
Roman Catholic Sex Abuse Cases/Archive 4 - Contemporary History of Child Sex Abuse - Public and Political Issues
... Child sexual abuse became a public issue in the 1970s and 1980s ... Prior to this point in time sexual abuse remained rather secretive and socially unspeakable ... nonexistent until the 1920s and the first national estimate of the number of child sexual abuse cases was published in 1948 ...
St. Patrick's Missionary Society - Abuse Cases
... In May 2011 allegations of sexual abuse by a member of the order in Africa were revealed on the RTÉ programme Prime Time Investigates ... Liverpool, England in May 2007 for facilitating abuse by Billy Adams ... McGrath denied knowing about the abuse but admitted having a brief sexual relationship with Adams ...

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    The world men inhabit ... is rather bleak. It is a world full of doubt and confusion, where vulnerability must be hidden, not shared; where competition, not co-operation, is the order of the day; where men sacrifice the possibility of knowing their own children and sharing in their upbringing, for the sake of a job they may have chosen by chance, which may not suit them and which in many cases dominates their lives to the exclusion of much else.
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