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Silence Common in Child Rape

Posted by Sandra On December - 7 - 2011

As police investigate allegations of child molestation by coaches at Penn Stateand Syracuse, nagging questions linger about signs that may have been missed — or ignored. Experts say many bystanders who witness inappropriate behavior or even obvious sexual abuse remain silent, too horrified to report what they have seen. “It’s not that it’s so invisible. It’s that it remains a silent crime. People worry if they say anything they could ruin someone’s life,” said Maia Christopher, executive director of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers in Beaverton, Ore. “Now everyone is asking what did you see and who did what (at Penn State). We know that people did see things and did not respond in a way that could help.”

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