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matthiasconaty has written 17 posts for Child Victims Voice

“Hawaii has significantly strengthened its protections against child sexual abuse”

New York Times Editorial: More Time for Justice “Hawaii significantly strengthened its protections against child sexual abuse last month when Gov. Neil Abercrombie signedย a measureextending the statute of limitations for civil lawsuits filed by child victims. At least as important, it opens a one-time two-year window to allow victims to file suits against their abusers … Continue reading

Video: Oprah show helped abused child find voice

“Task force’s proposals latest step in push to end child abuse”

“Task force’s proposals latest step in push to end child abuse”

“Imagine Earl Bradley times 10.

That is the reality of child abuse in Delaware, where more than 1,000 cases of suspected sexual abuse are investigated every year.

Nationally, one of every four girls and one in six boys are sexually abused before they turn 18 …”

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Inquirer Editorial: Couldn’t shred the truth

“Inquirer Editorial: Couldn’t shred the truth”

NewsJournal Special Report: Secret church files detail anguish

Unprecedented look at struggle to manage a child sexual abuse crisis

Rep. Murt writes, “In wake of scandals, Pa. must expand statute of limitation on child sex abuse”

Published: Tuesday, January 10, 2012, 5:00 AM Patriot-News Op-Edย  By Rep. Thomas P. Murt “Grand jury investigations into the recent child sex abuse scandals that have rocked Penn State and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia have placed the issue of child sex abuse onto the front burner in Pennsylvania โ€” where it belongs. I serve on … Continue reading

Give child sex abuse victims a voice in New Jersey.

Matthias Conaty of Child Victims Voice supports this New Jersey legislation and agrees with steadfast, courageous survivor advocate, Mark Crawford. According to Crawford, “The time is long overdue to fix this law. Eliminate the SOL for the sexual abuse of a minor, how could we do otherwise? … [in New Jersey] the current statute of … Continue reading