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The Judge Who Was Arrested for Sex Crimes Against A Child

There are no definitive physical attributes that singles out child abusers.  There is no nationality, no race, no gender.  And, there is no occupation which clearly defines them.

In fact, certain occupations may  help child abusers shield them … from… suspicion.  For, example … being a trusted Superior Court Judge.

Parents … as much as we try to protect our children … unless we sit down and speak with them about child abusers, the dangers, how to stay alert … we can be letting them down.  We need to make sure they know that … no matter who it is … family, friend, relative, neighbor, or stranger, or the situation … our children know they can come directly to us for support.

We can never just … assume … they will.  And, we can never assume that every person who is … in a “position of trust” … is trusting.

As … in this very real case … of a Superior Court Judge.  Click on link, below, and read article.

4/4/2019  2:54 pm

Debbie Barth is the author of “The Promise Book; Tell Someone

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KNOW SOMEONE WHO FITS THIS PROFILE?

According to www.childpredators.com:

When compared to girls who are sexually active with boys near their own age, these girls (those who have been sexually abused) are more likely to:

  • have multiple sex partners
  • drop out of school
  • engage in dangerous sexual behaviors
  • become pregnant
  • run away from home
  • be lured into prostitution
  • abuse drugs or alcohol
  • end up on welfare
  • be estranged from friends and family
  • be in physically abusive relationships
  • become divorced

Trust me when I say … I didn’t need to double-check these statics.  There will be women who read this, and know how true this is.  This is the profile for young girls who have been sexually abused.  Anyone you recognize?  If so … reach out to them.

Or … we can, as parents … sit down with our children … as soon as possible … and, talk with them about child predators. We can, as parents … let them know that no one has a right to touch them in private areas.  We can, as parents … let them know we are there for them … we love them … we support them … and … that … they CAN “tell someone.”  We can stop this … before it begins.

“Together, we are pulling out the weeds!”

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Debbie Barth: 05/24/2017 at 4:45:34:06 pm EDT
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