Author: AngelRoar

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Forty-eight countries join forces to launch fight against online child sex abuse

Forty-eight countries have joined forces to launch the most expansive fight ever against the spread of online child sex abuse in an initiative called the Global Alliance Against Child Sexual Abuse Online. According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), there are more than 1 million images of abused or exploited children online and that number grows by 50,000 new images each year.

Nearly three dozen states fail to meet conditions of 2006 federal sex offending tracking law 0

Nearly three dozen states fail to meet conditions of 2006 federal sex offending tracking law

Nearly three dozen states have failed to meet conditions of a 2006 federal law that requires them to join a nationwide program to track sex offenders, including five states that have completely given up on the effort because of persistent doubts about how it works and how much it costs.

Search continues for first “Milk Carton Missing” boy 0

Search continues for first “Milk Carton Missing” boy

Ethan Patz’s disappearance was thought to raise awareness of child abductions and led to new ways to search for missing children.

U.S. has worst child-abuse record of any industrialized nation 0

U.S. has worst child-abuse record of any industrialized nation

More than 20,000 American children are believed to have been killed in their own homes by family members in the last 10 years, nearly four times the number of U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

I disowned my Father after child abuse incidents 0

I disowned my Father after child abuse incidents

The following was posted anonymously and used with permission of the author. It tells the story of a sexual predator and the steps the abuser took to maintain contact with his potential, and past, sexual abuse victims. It also demonstrates the frustration the victims live through when dealing with a legal system that all too often offers more protection to the offender than the victim.

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Child sexual abuse and physical injuries that may result

Physical indicators of sexual abuse are not always present and in fact, most examinations of sexually abused prepubertal girls result in normal examination findings due to the elasticity of the hymenal tissue and rapid healing of any injuries that may have occurred during the sexual abuse. Long term problems resulting from sexual abuse are rare but may include gastrointestinal disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, non-ulcer dyspepsia, or chronic abdominal pain. Occasionally gynecological disorders may persist such as chronic pelvic pain, dysmenorrheal, or menstrual irregularities.

Philadelphia Archdiocese Places Twenty One Priests on Leave 0

Philadelphia Archdiocese Places Twenty One Priests on Leave

The Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced this afternoon that it was putting on administrative leave 21 priests alleged to have behaved inappropriately with minors.  The archdiocese said it was acting in response to a Feb....

US jails Canadian 25 years for Thai child sex ring 0

US jails Canadian 25 years for Thai child sex ring

NEW YORK — A US federal judge on Monday sentenced a 64-year-old Canadian man to 25 years in prison for the “monstrous conduct” of running a brothel in Thailand where he and American men...

Houston non-profit community program center held on child pornography charges 0

Houston non-profit community program center held on child pornography charges

Following a hearing today, United States Magistrate Judge Nancy Johnson ordered Christopher Clark Pollett, 62, a Houston resident and employee at a Houston area non-profit community program center, be held in federal custody without bond pending trial on charges of distributing child pornography, United States Attorney José Angel Moreno announced today.

Philippines has some of the worst cases of child abuse 0

Philippines has some of the worst cases of child abuse

The Philippines is one of over 120 countries where the “worst forms of child labor” continue to exist, perpetuating a cycle of poverty and often denying children the chance to attend school and learn the skills they need to become productive adults, said a US Department of Labor report.