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Ivey, once a teammate of Mark Spitz at the famed Santa Clara Swim Club, has 30 days to appeal the decision that was made last week by USA Swimming's national board of review...He did not participate in a hearing, according to an email dated Nov. 23
When prosecuting and public security authorities jointly released an order on Oct 24 stipulating harsher punishment for perpetrators of sexual assault against minors under 12, the move was greeted with enthusiasm from the public. But experts warn
Patrick Parkinson, a law professor at the University of Sydney, a witness to the commission and author of a book on child sexual abuse in churches, says: "We will face hearing stories which will shock us, which are evil in every sense of the word."
September 3, 2013 Three men who say they were sexually abused as teenagers by a prominent Catholic priest filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Santiago for failing to protect them or to investigate their accusations.
And the reasons for the persistence of the vice include: protection of the abusers by management; it is considered normal; light punishment of offenders; management undermining workers women's committees and outright malice by HIV infected offenders
Two men are accused of forcing a 15-year-old girl to work on a Northern California marijuana grow, sexually abusing her and locking her in a metal toolbox for days, authorities said. Ryan Balletto, 30, and Patrick Pearmain, 24, both allegedly had sex
Nationally, women are the abusers in 14 percent of cases involving underage boys. email@example.com When Jean Fisher took on the prosecution of a 35-year-old Kuna woman accused of having sex with eight underage boys, the veteran prosecutor
Diahann Harrison has urged parents to be careful who they give permission to supervise their children as guardians are increasingly abusing youngsters. Harrison's alert comes against the background of 2012 statistics, which showed an increase in the
Collapsed Criminal Justice System Compounds Violence Against Women Two female Members of Parliament of the Opposition were ill-treated by Police on 7 March 2013 in Dhaka, Bangladesh Introduction: 1. Bangladesh has been ruled alternately by two women
Sexual sadism was used as a weapon of war, to deliberately humiliate, degrade and dehumanise men who supported Kenyan self-rule. These abuses pandered to homophobic prejudice and the fear of demasculinisation, said Peter Tatchell, Director of the