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[–] 9314978? 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Yes this is a huge problem, I only found out about it recently.

Similarly and on the brighter side, a victim of child sex tourism in Laos who became pregnant and was forced to move to America by her dad to be the fake additional "wife" of her rapist, just won the first ever civil judgment against an American sex tourist, almost $1 million:

May 12, 2017: http://www.startribune.com/sex-tourism-case-yields-unprecedented-judgment-for-twin-cities-woman/422048343/ archived http://archive.is/6sVw4

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[–] Pizzalawyer 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Child sex abuse no doubt expanded when the foster care system became monetized so I like this idea of monetizing the abuse itself by way of person injury lawsuits where the burden of proof is preponderance of evidence instead of beyond reasonable doubt as in the criminal process. This only works if there are suffiencient monies to go after. For instance the lawyers representing Jeffrey Epstiens victim had to have made some sizeable fees off the settlement awards.

Judgement collection laws could be changed to enable ongoing garnishment of wages or retirement benefits that would provide an income stream for the victim and lawyer alike and thereby encourage such lawsuits. Personal injury suits could prove a very useful tool in combating sexual exploitation of children. Lawyers really need to put their heads together at nationwide conferences to learn how to handle such cases and to propose legislation at the state level that would facilitate such litigation.

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[–] YogSoggoth 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

So, what are all these organizations that collect money from people doing? I am listening to you, but when that does not pan out quick like, I am going to spit some beechnut in that dude's eye and shoot him with my old 45. Some old Coast Guard/Navy/Frog guns actually shoot flare shots with a 10/12 gauge in pistol form. We are here on Voat to stop pedos, not think about them a bit and ponder on. Poor people get raped. Old Story. You could help by giving a list of lawyers that have successfully won cases for child abuse victims with contact #'s.

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[–] garouwarrior [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Interesting, thanks for the link.

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[–] DonKeyhote 1 points 4 points (+5|-1) ago 

  1. NYT not a legitimate source, least of all on Christians, of course they opened comments to shit on them.
  2. It is a fact that we have no right to change other cultures, which is why they shouldnt be here
  3. The idea that this type of thing happens often among Chrisitan americans is laughable. The old "growing trend" consisting of five guys total trick.

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[–] garouwarrior [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Even though all mainstream media is controlled, some of what they print or say is true. Even the BBC puts out stories on pedophilia, despite shamelessly trying to coverup the Jimmy Savile scandal.

And many of the comments do seem to be bashing Christians, conservatives and Republicans lol...

Which is why I have mentioned in the past why conservative Christians can NOT be the face of this investigation. It's because the testimonies and statistics in this article will be used to discredit the Pizzagate community, whose major demographic are Evangelicals who voted for Trump. And the sad thing is that they not wrong for the most part.

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[–] Psalm100 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

As I wrote to someone else, a great many Christians are kind, God-fearing people, and Christians also on the whole support the social view that pedo-exploitation is a crime. That's not the case with secular humanists, who dominate the media. They work on both sides of the issue. The New York Times published this article, but they also help in the effort to normalize pedo-exploitation in other ways. For example, it printed glowing reviews of a 2015 film called "Diary of a Teenage Girl," which was about a 15-year-old girl who was sexually exploited by her mother's boyfriend who is 25 years older. Reviewers at the New York Times and other outlets, though, loved that the film didn't actually portray the girl as victimized, but as "sexually empowered," and the man as not really that much of a rapist:

"What you call Monroe, other than an expletive, depends on what you call a man having sex with a 15-year-old girl. “The Diary of a Teenage Girl” takes place in 1976, when the age of consent in California was 18 (it still is), but it unfolds in an anything-goes milieu in which Monroe might be branded more of an opportunist than a creep..."

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/07/movies/review-in-the-diary-of-a-teenage-girl-a-hormone-bomb-waiting-to-explode.html

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[–] GiantMillipino 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

what is considered "true"? if it means honest, then corporate media reporting certainly isn't that. leaving out inconvenient facts in order to create a (mis)perception is disingenuous, to say the least. articles on Savile say that the he escaped detection by exploiting his "position of trust and authority."

Anne-Marie McAlinden, an expert on sexual abuse at Queen’s University Belfast, said Savile had used his influence to groom not just his victims but also anyone who might take a closer look at the suspicions around him. She said: "Not only did he abuse his position of trust and authority, which was amplified because he was a celebrity, he extended it to the whole organisation, to the BBC and even the press."

is this what you'd call "true"?

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[–] seekingpeace 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I'm not a religious person but only the godless communists (neo-marxists) would be sick enough to use God in this way to further their agenda.

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[–] carmencita 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

Judges must follow the law of the land. They do not get to follow their own religion, that of their wife or relatives or the bribes of the politicians. I saw on here the other day that Hillary should start now to start looking for the 90 yr. old man that will marry her 8 yr. old grand daughter, Charlotte. Priceless.

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[–] pimpinainteasy 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

The readers comments bashing the Religious Right and right-wingers in general were BRUTAL LMAO!

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[–] Psalm100 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

"Also interesting in that the NYT enabled comments for the article, for which there are now over 1200 of them."

Of course. I was shocked when there was a story damaging to Dems last year, I think it was even one of the early pizzagate stories they did, and there was no way to comment.

CNN has done the same thing. Doing away with comments.

"Another black eye for organized religion."

So many in churches are gentle, caring people leading God-fearing lives, though. And Christians overall support social views like the self-evident truth that pedo-exploitation is wrong, while secular humanists advocate on both sides of the issue.

The New York Times publishes this article on the child marriage, for example, but it also printed glowing reviews of a film called "Diary of a Teenage Girl" (2015), which was about a 15-year-old girl who was sexually exploited by her mother's boyfriend who is 25 years older. Reviewers at the New York Times and other outlets, though, loved that the film didn't actually portray the girl as victimized, but as sexually empowered, and the man as not really that much of a rapist:

"What you call Monroe, other than an expletive, depends on what you call a man having sex with a 15-year-old girl. “The Diary of a Teenage Girl” takes place in 1976, when the age of consent in California was 18 (it still is), but it unfolds in an anything-goes milieu in which Monroe might be branded more of an opportunist than a creep..."

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/07/movies/review-in-the-diary-of-a-teenage-girl-a-hormone-bomb-waiting-to-explode.html

The liberal media here no doubt also want to paint the problem as widespread among all religions because there has been an issue with Islamic refugees coming into Europe with child brides, and some support for keeping the child brides with their "husbands".

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-34573825

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[–] GiantMillipino 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I completely agree. i'm not even kidding when I say that we have to suspect the worst intentions when it comes to these so-called publications. I left another comment to op which supports this.

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[–] garouwarrior [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Interesting that the states with the highest child marriage rates, both numerically and per-capita, are in the South, Inter-mountain West, Texas, Utah,etc. Places where conservative Christians are often the majority...

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[–] shewhomustbeobeyed 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

There are very few Christians in Utah. Conservatives, yes. Christians, not so much.

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[–] rumpole 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

This ^