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Changing Institutions that Protect Abusers

Changing the Institutions that Give Perpetrators of Child Abuse Protection

Even after the many recent news stories uncovering child sexual abuse in Catholic churches, many institutions have policies of covering up and excusing incidents of sex abuse. Many organizations try to deal with sexual abusers “in-house” instead of turning them into authorities. These self-serving, dangerous practices only enable abusers to continue terrorizing children.

Tim Kosnoff spent years going after institutions that protect sexual abusers of children.  Tim has represented hundreds of abused people against the following organizations:

How We Can Fight Back

The best way to fight back against this outrageous behavior, both by sexual abusers and the organizations that support them, is to hold them accountable in a court of law. The civil justice system can have the effect of getting organizations to change their policies and practices when it comes to giving sanctuary to those who sexually abuse children.

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