Save the Date for Child Sex Abuse Law Reform


SAVE THE DATE: January 23, 2013

Why: New bills in regard to abolishing the of statutes of limitations for child sex abuse will be introduced at a press conference.

Where: The Harrisburg State House Rotunda

When: 10 am

PLEASE COME OUT!

RSVP to: info@justice4pakids.com

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5 Responses to “Save the Date for Child Sex Abuse Law Reform”

  1. I hope C4C readers will follow Susan’s advice and keep up the presssure. The US bishops certainly are. Reports today mention Bevil the Devil’s former Pittsburgh diocesean lawyer, Nicholas Cafardi, as a contender to be named US Ambassador to the Vatican.

    Look at the great work he did in Pennsylvania?? In Brooklyn we call it “chutzpah”!

    For more, please read my, “Obama’s Next Ambassador and Pressing the Next Pope”, accessible at: http://wp.me/P2YEZ3-cH

    • Nice article, and as far as Lynn claiming to just be following orders confirms his participation in the conspiracy to hide and enable the perps, also Waymart looks like a country club and not a prison !

  2. I look forward to attending !

  3. I will be there too. I hope we can somehow get an opportunity to push for SOL reform at this press conference. I’ll do whatever it takes.

  4. News Conference in Harrisburg today urging passage of child abuse bills that would eliminate the statute of limitations, both civilly and criminally, for child sexual abuse as well as provide a window (time period) during which victims would be able to file civil claims regardless of the date of the alleged abuse. The big question: Will our Archbishop Chaput and our Catholic governor, Tom Corbett, seen together Monday at Independence Hall honoring Martin Luther King, both support this important and vital legislation which will provide better protection and legal access for ALL CHILDREN of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania? Let us not forget the bravery of two of the sponsors of this legislation, Rep. Bishop (Philadelphia) and Rep. Rozzi (Reading), who have shared with the citizens of PA their own personal experiences of sexual abuse at the hands of family members and school clergy.

    Michael Skiendzielewski
    Captain (Retired)
    Philadelphia Police Department

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