Defensive coordinator and Penn State football legend, Jerry Sandusky, was found guilty on 45 charges of child sex abuse over a 15 year period. His victims were recruited through the charity that he founded in 1977.
Subway Spokesman sentenceD for Over15 years for child SEX abuse
Jared Fogle pled guilty in federal court to possessing child pornography and traveling to pay sex with minors.
USA Gymnastics & MSU failed to report child sex abuse cases
Larry Nassar was sentenced to 60 years of federal prison for sexually abusing 265 girls and young women during his time as the national team doctor.
the impurity of the catholic church
Over 3,000 civil law suits have been filed in the United States against the church. Moreover, it's been confirmed that Catholic Church has systematically covered up child sex abuse by moving priests from parish to parish.
historically boy scout leaders have taken sexual advantage of children
Recently, the Boy Scouts of America have taken significant steps to create policies to safe guard against child sex abuse.
Teachers sexually abusing children can still find jobs
Education officials put children in harm’s way by covering up evidence of abuse, keeping allegations secret and making it easy for abusive teachers to find jobs elsewhere.
Respected Officials disrespect children
Joseph Dyer, 54, a dialysis technician and Air Force veteran, says he was 13 when former Mayor of Seattle, Ed Murray, forced him into sex for about a year while the two shared a bedroom in Dyer’s mother’s home in the Long Island town of Medford, New York.
1/3 of child sex abuse is done by juvenile offenders
Many of the juveniles who sexually abuse other children have histories of being victimized themselves.
a loved one could be THE abuser
When it comes to child sex abuse, it is very common to disbelieve or deny that a loved one could be capable of doing such a horrific crime to a child, especially if the accused is a husband and father of the child.
exchange programs are more dangerous than we think
High school exchange programs are accredited by the U.S. State Department, which requires that hosts provide a “safe and secure environment". Yet, there are cases filed against exchange hosts for sexually abusing students.