news items – Pope and abuse, rape in India, Savile, Nightline, Kincora, Facebook page

This week there were new articles on the backlash against sexual assault victims, clergy abuse in Argentina and the Pope, new rape laws in India, cover ups in the UK of serial abuse crimes, re-opening the Kincora boys home case and Facebook.

UNC-Chapel Hill Faces Backlash Over Sexual Assault Victim Honor Court Charge

Clergy abuse victims call on Pope Francis to open files on Argentina’s pedophile priests

Former Christian Brother found guilty of sexually abusing boy at Letterfrack

Pope Francis was often quiet on Argentine sex abuse cases as archbishop

Indian legislators pass strict anti-rape law

Abuse inquiry to proceed under changed law

Police ‘protection’ of celebrities ‘allowed serial abusers Cyril Smith and Jimmy Savile to escape prosecution for decades’

280,000 girls accept sex abuse as being normal

Nightline: When To Believe A Child’s Word

Senior LAUSD officials knew of child abuse claims, lawyers say

Missing dogs, ritualistic killing confound Idaho officials,0,3597508.story

Police re-open child sex abuse investigation at Kincora boys home in Belfast

Facebook users disgusted as ‘child porn’ video receives 16,000 shares and 4,000 likes
Clip allegedly showed a young girl being abused by an older man

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