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Master Collins study of martial arts began over 30 years ago at age six, with a blended style of Shaolin Kung Fu, Kempo and Karate. By his teens, Collins showed signs of a particular gift with martial arts and began to make a name for himself in numerous tournaments. As his experience grew, Collins devoted more time to martial arts study, training on a daily basis with some of the nation’s leading martial arts instructors. By age 18, Collins was studying and now instructing martial arts six to seven days a week from early morning until late in the evening. For over a decade Collins lived, breathed, taught and studied martial arts not simply as a part time activity but as his sole occupation, all day, every day. During the decade, Collins worked as an instructor and leader of several schools, attended, participated and judged hundreds of tournaments and advanced to the rank of Master. During the 1980s, Master Collins worked for several martial arts groups as a lead instructor and assisted with the opening and management of several schools as a member of the Fred Villari organization he studied under Grandmaster Villari himself as well as other leading teachers. Later, Collins expanded his study to include various other styles such as Aikido, Jui Jitsu, Boxing, Kickboxing and Tai Chi, seeking out instructors in these disciplines and training with them. Thane Collins believes in humbleness and often attends other schools to learn different styles and systems. In the mid 1980s, Master Collins became a police officer in the city of Worcester MA. Due to his unique abilities on the police force as an officer who could disarm, arrest and subdue suspects with minimal injury to them or to law enforcement officers, Collins was regularly designated by fellow officers and the police department to single handedly deal with violent offenders and difficult suspects. During his twelve years as a police officer, Master Collins had over 3000 encounters with armed, dangerous and violent criminals. This unusual experience for a martial artist enabled Collins to further develop his style and system with real life practicality and usability. As a police officer, Collins instructed fellow officers on effective means of handling suspects, disarming lethal weapons and self defense. Collins continued to study and teach martial arts during this time and focused for a period of three years on perfecting a new method he devised of further increasing his striking power and speed. In 1992, Thane Collins and his wife Betti founded the Shaolin Kung Fu Society in Worcester MA and taught advanced and beginner students. Thane’s law enforcement background and the Rodney King incident showed police forces the necessity for proper training and during the 1990s Collins taught several law enforcement groups through workshops and seminars. With his wife Betti, a Registered Nurse and also a former police officer, Collins also taught sexual assault self defense courses at college campuses. Collins also taught Tai Chi relaxation and focus building and taught executive leadership and self defense for corporations such as Morgan Stanley. In the mid 1990s, Collins moved to Hawaii where he studied further with martial artists such as Pui Chan, the Grandmaster of the Wah Lum Kung Fu Association and affiliates of the late Professor William Chow. In Hawaii, Collins continued instruction of advanced students as well as members of the US Military. In 2003, Collins moved to the hills of West Virginia near a Buddhist retreat where he has created a specialized instructional environment in his home. Mr. Collins currently also serves as Director of Special Tactics and Training for FDVT Corporation, a National government contracting agency whose clients include the FBI, DEA, Department of the Treasury, US Army, US Navy, US Marines, US Postal Inspectors Bureau, NY Police Department, US Air Force, The Department of Justice and other law enforcement agencies. In this capacity, Collins is responsible for advanced martial arts training of military and oth...
12 Jan 2011
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Un simple battement d'ailes d'un papillon peut déclencher une tornade à l'autre bout du monde. Ainsi, un simple geste de votre part apportera de l'aide à chacune des innombrables survivantes qui passeront par les portes du Centre Ekuus. Un Papillon Ekuus est une personne ou un groupe de personnes dédiées à la sensibilisation sur les agressions sexuelles et qui s'engage à lever des Fonds pour le grand besoin de la Fondation Ekuus à ouvrir et exploiter le Centre Ekuus. Pourquoi nous avons besoin de votre aide! -Pour construire le Centre Ekuus -Pour opérer et élargir nos programmes et nos services. -Pour subvenir aux besoins des filles pendant leur séjour -Pour Informer sur l'agression sexuelle. -Pour aller parler aux adolescents, leur expliquer quoi faire en cas d'agression sexuelle. www.ekuus**** The flapping of a butterfly's wing can trigger a tornado at the other end of the world. Also, a simple gesture on your part will provide assistance to EACH of the countless survivors who will pass through the doors of the Ekuus Center. An Ekuus Butterfly is a person or group of people dedicated to spreading awareness about sexual assault and committed to raising the much needed funds for the Ekuus Foundation to operate and expand its programs and services. Why we need your help! -To Build the Ekuus Center. -To Operate and Expand of our programs and services. -To Provide for the Girls during their therapeutic stay. -To Educate about sexual assault. -To Go talk to Teenagers about what to do incase of sexual abuse. www.ekuus****
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Thane Collins study of martial arts began over 30 years ago at age six, with a blended style of Shaolin Kung Fu, Kempo and Karate. By his teens, Collins showed signs of a particular gift with martial arts and began to make a name for himself in numerous tournaments. As his experience grew, Collins devoted more time to martial arts study, training on a daily basis with some of the nation’s leading martial arts instructors. By age 18, Collins was studying and now instructing martial arts six to seven days a week from early morning until late in the evening. For over a decade Collins lived, breathed, taught and studied martial arts not simply as a part time activity but as his sole occupation, all day, every day. During the decade, Collins worked as an instructor and leader of several schools, attended, participated and judged hundreds of tournaments and advanced to the rank of Master. During the 1980s, Master Collins worked for several martial arts groups as a lead instructor and assisted with the opening and management of several schools as a member of the Fred Villari organization he studied under Grandmaster Villari himself as well as other leading teachers. Later, Collins expanded his study to include various other styles such as Aikido, Jui Jitsu, Boxing, Kickboxing and Tai Chi, seeking out instructors in these disciplines and training with them. Thane Collins believes in humbleness and often attends other schools to learn different styles and systems. In the mid 1980s, Master Collins became a police officer in the city of Worcester MA. Due to his unique abilities on the police force as an officer who could disarm, arrest and subdue suspects with minimal injury to them or to law enforcement officers, Collins was regularly designated by fellow officers and the police department to single handedly deal with violent offenders and difficult suspects. During his twelve years as a police officer, Master Collins had over 3000 encounters with armed, dangerous and violent criminals. This unusual experience for a martial artist enabled Collins to further develop his style and system with real life practicality and usability. As a police officer, Collins instructed fellow officers on effective means of handling suspects, disarming lethal weapons and self defense. Collins continued to study and teach martial arts during this time and focused for a period of three years on perfecting a new method he devised of further increasing his striking power and speed. In 1992, Thane Collins and his wife Betti founded the Shaolin Kung Fu Society in Worcester MA and taught advanced and beginner students. Thane’s law enforcement background and the Rodney King incident showed police forces the necessity for proper training and during the 1990s Collins taught several law enforcement groups through workshops and seminars. With his wife Betti, a Registered Nurse and also a former police officer, Collins also taught sexual assault self defense courses at college campuses. Collins also taught Tai Chi relaxation and focus building and taught executive leadership and self defense for corporations such as Morgan Stanley. In the mid 1990s, Collins moved to Hawaii where he studied further with martial artists such as Pui Chan, the Grandmaster of the Wah Lum Kung Fu Association and affiliates of the late Professor William Chow. In Hawaii, Collins continued instruction of advanced students as well as members of the US Military. In 2003, Collins moved to the hills of West Virginia near a Buddhist retreat where he has created a specialized instructional environment in his home. Mr. Collins currently also serves as Director of Special Tactics and Training for FDVT Corporation, a National government contracting agency whose clients include the FBI, DEA, Department of the Treasury, US Army, US Navy, US Marines, US Postal Inspectors Bureau, NY Police Department, US Air Force, The Department of Justice and other law enforcement agencies. In this capacity, Collins is responsible for advanced martial arts training of military and othe...
18 Jan 2010
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San Miguel Resource Center's Melanie Montoya talks with Telluride TV's host Jeb Berrier about SMRC and the upcoming Chocolate Lover's Fling. Melanie talks about Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault awareness and prevention and promotes the upcoming event. Distributed by Tubemogul.
4 Feb 2010
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3 year old’s statements admissible under tender years exception to hearsay. State v. Coder ___ NJ ___ (Decided May 4, 2009) A-28-08 In defendant’s criminal trial on charges of sexual assault on a minor, the out-of-court statements by the victim – a three-year-old child – as testified to by her mother, were properly admitted because the statements were relevant and admissible under the tender years exception to the hearsay rule. Additionally, because the child’s statements were not testimonial, they did not implicate the defendant’s Confrontation Clause right
3 Mar 2010
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Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is facing allegations of sexual assault in Georgia, less than a year after a similar accusation in Nevada.
12 Mar 2010
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Every year in the UK 1 million women experience domestic abuse, over 12,000 women are raped while nearly 20,000 fall victim to other sexual assaults. There are on average 12 honour murders a year and 1600 calls made for help relating to forced marriage. Many other incidents go unreported. In recognition of this, the Welsh Assembly Government has launched a campaign that's seeks to tackle the behaviours that lead to violence against women. To find out more, visit our website: *******www.onesteptoofar****
12 Jul 2010
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER There’s plenty of concern surrounding TSA’s latest round of airport security measures -- from your basic privacy issues, health concerns related to repeated exposure to radiation, and the question of whether touching someone’s “junk” in the name of security is considered sexual assault -- but one enterprising entrepreneur says he could give airline passengers some peace of mind. Rocky Flats Gear, a company based in Las Vegas is offering special underwear and pads to flying travellers looking to protect their ‘junk’ from TSA’s highly controversial 3D body scanners. (Video: Rocky Flats Gear) Denver’s KCNC has the story. NATHAN: “This specialized underwear comes in all shapes and sizes. For example, these pads made of metals can be placed inside a bra, or for the guys, the fig leaf design has the same flexible properties. ... BUSKE: “Machine washable, lead free, easy to apply to a garment.” NATHAN: “But there is a serious issue for Buske -- he insists his product is not about politics, but all about protecting the health of your body from radiation.” Men can choose either ‘briefs’ or ‘boxers’, each with a fig leaf over the parts of most concern, and women’s designs come with either just leaves or leaves with hands on either side of them. They also offer padded bras or pads that can be worn inside any bra. (Photos: KFDM) Tech Herald answers a basic question -- will it get in the way of things security guards actually need to see? “[W]hilst wearers may have their blushes spared by donning Buske’s somewhat disruptive garments, the inventor insists the metal inserts within the leaves will not hide anything potentially incriminating from TSA screening staff.” A writer on Gather says it doesn’t matter if the enhanced undergarments still allow TSA to see all they need to see -- it’s probably not going to ‘fly’ with them. “If nothing else, it may have a peak in sales until some old lady is made to strip down naked. ... Will it be a ticket out of the line, or will you get pulled for a more embarrassing pat down? If people are being made to take off their prosthetic devices, this underwear won't work.” Finally, a writer for the New York Post reminds us -- there’s still no getting around security’s more “hands on” approaches. “[The] undies won't save you from the TSA's backup screening method -- the pat-down.” TSA insists radiation from its body scanners is not harmful. Get more multi-source news analysis from Newsy****
23 Nov 2010
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BY CHRISTINE SLUSSER You're watching technology video news analysis from Newsy. So by now you’ve probably heard all about airport security’s ‘invasive’ pat downs. Maybe you’ve opted to get one yourself, thinking the airport security scanners were just too revealing. It seems the national outcry over airport security has drank its Red Bull and grown wings. Here's what the grassroots organizations say on a website devoted to “Opt Out Day”: “It's the day ordinary citizens stand up for their rights, stand up for liberty, and protest the federal government's desire to virtually strip us naked or submit to an ‘enhanced pat down’ that touches people's breasts and genitals in an aggressive manner.” ...but the day chosen to ‘opt-out’ is probably one of the worst. It’s scheduled on one of the busiest holiday flying days, the day before Thanksgiving. Houston Fox affiliate KRIV reports the outcry may do more harm than good. “Could lead to major delays at airports around the country, and here’s why. The pat downs often take up to 4 minutes each according to the TSA website, though that could be longer if someone requested it to be done in private...or if the traveler asks for a detailed explanation of the process.” ...and a blogger on Jet Packer is thoroughly as annoyed at all the boo-hoos against safety. The blog says the TSA has faced more criticism than a contestant on American Idol... and they're just doing their jobs. “Traffic jams suck. Paying bills sucks. Job interviews suck. But they are a part of life... So is airport security... This may come as a shock, but terrorists don’t tend to advertise themselves as terrorists. ANYBODY can be a terrorist. That makes the job of the TSA very difficult.” Houston’s KPRC spoke with a man helping spread the anti-holiday-pat-down-cheer himself - James Babb, co-founder of wewontfly****. JAMES BABB: “‘I don't want people to be inconvenienced, but mainly I don't want them to be irradiated and I don't want them to be sexually assaulted by TSA agents.” ...well, unless they’re really sexy TSA agents. Saturday Night Live has its own spin on things... WOMAN’S VOICE: “...and you never know who your agent will be.” AGENT 1: “It could be me.” AGENT 2: “...or me.” AGENT 3: “...or even me.” OTHER AGENTS: “...but it’s probably gonna be us...now take off your damn shoes.” WOMAN’S VOICE: “The TSA...it’s our business, to touch yours.” ...despite all the bad press, KCRA reports the TSA still has high hopes for this holiday flying season. TOM COSTELLO: “The TSA is hoping that more people are more interested in getting to Grandma’s house for turkey than in protesting the TSA, at least this week...” ...but other sites warn against jumping on the ‘say no’ bandwagon - especially if you live in another country. In Great Britain, you won’t be allowed to fly at all if you refuse a scan. (The Independent) Get more technology news headlines from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
24 Nov 2010
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Transcript by Newsy BY KYRSTEN SKULBORSTAD You're watching multisource world news from Newsy Julian Assange is a man on the run. Interpol has placed him on its wanted list for alleged sexual assault in Sweden, and did so shortly after the Australian native released thousands of secret documents through his whistleblower website, Wikileaks. Now, Assange finds himself in the crosshairs of public officials around the world. NBC Nightly News’ Lisa Meyers describes Assange’s recent measures to protect himself from those outraged by his disclosure of sensitive documents. Lisa Meyers: “Julian Assange is a man without a home, who lives the life of the hunted, changing his appearance, using false names and encrypted cell phones to avoid detection.” Some have even suggested -- Assange be killed. Tom Flanagan is one such individual. In an interview on CBC, the professor and former senior advisor to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper says Assange should be gunned down. Tom Flanagan: “Well I think Assange should be assassinated actually. I think Obama should put out a contract and maybe use a drone or something. There is no good coming of this.” Flanagan later apologized for his comments. But radio host and Watergate mastermind G. Gordon Liddy shared similar sentiments with World Net Daily. “This fellow Anwar al-Awlaki – a joint U.S. citizen hiding out in Yemen – is on a 'kill list' [for inciting terrorism against the U.S.]. Mr. Assange should be put on the same list." The main question now? CNN asks - is Wikileaks a whistleblower website or a news organization, which would provide it different protection from the U.S. Constitution? U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says it’s the former, and that the site and its founder committed criminal acts the U.S. will prosecute. Reporter: “Can you prosecute Wikileaks because they didn’t steal the document? They only published them.” Lawyer: “Well it is a crime to pass along classified information, even if you are not the original source of it. But you’re right, the case is a lot more complicated than people think.” According to Assange’s lawyer, the whole situation is a mess. He says Interpol knows where to find his client for questioning, but prosecutors have yet to pursue that option. And, according to recent reports, official charges relating to the Wikileaks documents have yet to be brought against Assange. MARK STEPHENS: “Never before have I come across a prosecutor who has behaved like this. This is a persecution, not a prosecution.” In an previous interview with ABC, Assange says freedom of speech is what Wikileaks is fighting for. “The U.S. Free speech tradition is one of our biggest supporters. In some ways, what we are doing is taking the First Amendment and giving it to the world.” But in a comment on RT, one user speculates... “I wonder how long Mr Assange will survive this, because he's a thorn in the flesh of the powerful.” So, what do you think will -- or should -- be the fate of Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
3 Dec 2010
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Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian & Jayar Jackson discuss a man from Oklahoma City who sexually assaulted a babysitter through an elaborate scheme involving Craig's List, a fake autistic son and diapers.
22 Dec 2010
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Have you read the article "Fighting the Flesh Trade?" If not, please do. It confirms every fact revealed by the late Dr. William L. Pierce in his various American Dissident Voices broadcasts on the subject of Israel's White Slave Trade. On December 5, 2001, the article appeared on the Jewsweek**** Web site — complete with accompanying images. I hosted a copy of it on the old Jeffsarchive Web site, until I received an e-mail from a law firm representing Jewsweek, informing me of their intent to sue if the article wasn't removed immediately. I removed the article, and linked directly to their site. They then removed the article. I then linked directly to the site of the copyright holder, the Jerusalem Post. By that evening, the Jerusalem Post had also removed the article. Well, that was two years ago. Now the Jerusalem Post has seen fit to re-activate the URL, so you might want to take a gander at what the Jews are doing to the women of our race. Here's a synopsis: 1. 3,000 White European women per year are smuggled into Israel as sex slaves. 2. They are promised legitimate jobs, but put to work as prostitutes. 3. They are locked in apartments with barred windows. 4. They are relieved of their passports. 5. They are beaten, tortured, and gang-raped (Jewish method of "breaking them in"). 6. They are sold at pimping auctions! -- during which they are forced to undress. 7. They are forced to service up to 15 Jews a day, 7 days a week, in Israel's 400+ brothels. 8. There are 280 brothels in Tel Aviv alone! 9. Pimps and traffickers are ignored by police -- prostitution is not a crime. Cases of Jewish Clergy Abuse Case of Rabbi Lewis Brenner (Convicted of child molestation. The original charges included 14 counts of sodomy, sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a child. He agreed to plead guilty to one count of sodomy in the third degree, a Class E felony, in exchange for a sentence of five years' probation.) Case of Rabbi Ephraim Bryks (Accusations about sexual inappropriate behavior with children started surfacing in the 1980's. Rabbi Bryks is currently a member of the Vaad Harabonim of Queens. The Vaad is a Rabbinical committee that makes important decisions within an orthodox community.) Case of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach (Accused of several cases of child molestation, and sexual assault of young women) Case Rabbi Perry Ian Cohen - Montreal and Toronto Canada (Accused of sexual abuse of a seventeen year old. Fired for sexual impropriety with congregants)
23 Jan 2011
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BY ALISON SCHUTZ From checking into the Ritz, To waking up behind bars. A Pennsylvania man faces sodomy and child molestation charges after drunkenly stumbling into the wrong hotel room. The disturbing story out of St. Louis has media pointing fingers. Here are the details according to the STL outlets. “Police say 42 year old Daniel T. Hughes of Pennsylvania was staying with a registered guest at the Ritz...” (KTVI) “...he returned to the Ritz drunk and saying his room key wasn’t working. Without verifying the correct room number a desk clerk issued Hughes a new key to the room he said he was in. However the suite Hughes thought was his was actually that of a St. Louis family.” (KSDK) REPORTER: “Police say Hughes broke the chain on the door, molested the 9-year-old believing he was with a friend of his co-workers and as he told police he thought it would be okay and of course, it was not.” ANCHOR: “Laurie in almost 50 years in this business I’ve never seen a case like this.” REPORTER: “It is very bizarre Larry.” (KMOV) Hughes, who has no criminal background, was chased out of the room by the 9-year-old girl’s father and was arrested in the hotel lobby...in his underwear. While the St. Louis outlets focused on the hard news, an Examiner writer poses some important questions about the ordeal. “In a statement, the suspect stated that he climbed into [bed with] his roommate's female friend and thought that it would be OK, but is this a justification to say that it would have been 'OK' to sexually assault the female friend?” Also: “Who should be accountable? The Hotel Clerk? The Hotel? The Suspect? The Parents? for leaving the Children unaccompanied by an adult in the room?” Philly’s WTFX points to the careless hotel clerk over the drunken Daniel Hughes. REPORTER: “Jeff from what we're hearing Hughes was completely out of it at the Ritz which is one security expert brought up with me makes you wonder why he wasn't he is escorted to his room if he was in such a drunken state.” ANCHOR: “Also, Katie, if he's drunk and he asks for a key, it's obviously a bad decision to give him the key but if he's drunk and he asks for it, why was the key handed to this man?” REPORTER: “No ID was checked. It was just an exchange that boggles your mind...” Some reasoning for the confusion - Hughes’ hotel room number the night before was the same as the St. Louis family’s, however, that room was at the Sheraton. A St. Louis’ River Front Times writer suggests figuring out who to blame isn’t what’s important. “Interestingly, the whole crime appears to have been triggered by a series of accidents...Still, we imagine that's cold comfort to a nine-year-old girl who went to bed a hotel guest -- and woke up a crime victim.” STLToday reports Hughes been has suspended from his job at Enterprise, must complete an alcoholism treatment program, and must return to St. Louis in June for court. And as for hotel, the Ritz Carlton is investigating the incident and the clerk has resigned. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
15 Mar 2011
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BY: CHRISTIE NICKS ANCHOR CHANCE SEALES You're watching multisource business news analysis from Newsy. Match**** says 1 in 5 relationships begin online. “Match**** has led to more dates, more relationships and more marriages than any other site.” Well now the site has something new to brag about… complimentary sex offender screening…? Match**** will begin screening new and existing subscribers against the national sex offender registry. It follows a lawsuit by a woman who says she was sexually assaulted by someone she met using the popular dating site. NBC’s Meredith Vieira sat down with Carole Markin, the woman who filed the suit. MEREDITH VIEIRA: “Is it fair to say you’re satisfied with Match****’s announcement that they will begin crosschecking all their members against this sex offender’s registry?” CAROLE MARKIN: “I’m excited but you know I haven’t actually talked to them myself.” MEREDITH VIEIRA: “But if they in fact do what they say they’re going to do, that’s good enough for you?” CAROLE MARKIN: “Um, I think so, but we have to see.” The president of Match**** says the new safety precaution will be installed 2 to 3 months from now, a move a blogger from KNTV says is long over due. “Previously, Match****'s attitude was ‘buyer beware’ … a pretty good deal for an online dating site that makes you pay for a service and holds no accountability, right? Perhaps now the site will actually have its clients' safety rather than their money in mind.” But is it necessary for Match**** to foot the bill for a sex offender cross check? Fox News’ Gregg Jarrett doesn’t think so. “I took the suspect’s name, put it in the google box it took me 7 seconds to find out his criminal history as a sexual predator. Why didn’t the plaintiff do it? I mean it’s terrible what happened to her, but doesn’t she have a duty to check herself?” The Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network says sex offender crimes are underreported, only 40 percent of the time. A writer for PC World suggests the risk of sexual assault won’t drop much even with Match****’s sex offender cross check. “The truth is that dating sites will always be dicey. A user is agreeing to meet a complete stranger--with all the inherent risks. And if a Match**** user doesn't have a prior history of criminal misconduct, it's highly unlikely the site could determine whether he or she is a potential sex offender.” Match**** President Mandy Ginsburg said the move to adopt sex offender screening was in the works before Markin filed her lawsuit. She said they waited on installing it because the technology at the time was unreliable. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
23 Apr 2011
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Nationwide sex abuse attorney discusses the statute of limitations for sexual abuse and clergy abuse cases in North Dakota. The Rogatinsky Firm provides nationwide representation to survivors of sexual abuse. You can reach me on my personal cell phone number at 954.444.4032 or you can go to www.sexabuseattorney**** We will handle all sexual abuse cases including clergy abuse, sexual abuse, boy scout abuse, rabbi abuse, camp counselor abuse, therapist abuse and all other sexual assault cases.
18 Jun 2011
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Nationwide sex abuse attorney discusses the statute of limitations for sexual abuse and clergy abuse cases in Ohio. The Rogatinsky Firm provides nationwide representation to survivors of sexual abuse. You can reach me on my personal cell phone number at 954.444.4032 or you can go to www.sexabuseattorney**** We will handle all sexual abuse cases including clergy abuse, sexual abuse, boy scout abuse, rabbi abuse, camp counselor abuse, therapist abuse and all other sexual assault cases.
18 Jun 2011
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