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Topic : 05/22 Predator Sting

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September 1, 2006, 4:08 am CDT

05/22 Predator Sting

Quote From: hkandrsmom

I have a question for you.  

  

Have you reported this person? Have you made this predator known? (sorry, two questions) 

  

I do understand if you had personal contact with this person it is not as easy as said then done.  

  

Having said that however, I believe that we as a society have a responsibility. If we have an inkling of suspicion of impropriety, or know of it first hand, then we owe it to ourselves as well as to other potential victims to speak up, speak out to the appropriate people. They will investigate and when the allegations are found substantial then steps will be taken to remove this person from being in contact with future victims.  

  

If everyone did, then it is my hope that these sick individuals will never have an avenue for their depravity. Their victims will know that if they speak out, they will be heard. 

  

Please, for my children, all children, if you have not already,... report this person. Let his patterns be known. If everyone he came in contact with did so, he would have a hard time trying to come up with excuses to defend himself. The voice of many weighs hard on the courts. 

YES YES YES>>>>>>> Her silence is what I call ENABLING... Why protect him by not naming him?
 
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