Bill In The News (The New American):

William Donohue, a noted authority on clerical sexual abuse who leads the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, pointed out that “prior to 1985, it was the parents of the abused who reported molestation.” Since then, most accusations come from adults who say they were abused as children. Along with the rise of self-reporting has been an increase in false accusations. In the court of public opinion, being branded with that scarlet letter more often than not means you are presumed guilty until proven innocent. READ MORE HERE

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