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Superintendent among those indicted

November 25, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — Steubenville City Schools Superintendent Michael McVey and two other school district employees, Seth Fluharty and Lynett Gorman, were indicted by a special grand jury investigating an......

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Nov-25-13 7:48 PM

When sex crimes happen, employers and officials must choose whether to put their reputations and institutions first or the safety of victims first. And we as a society must punish those who choose selfishly to put their interests first. That’s the best way to make sure that employers and officials help, not hinder, investigations into sex offenses. It’s always tempting and usually safe for law enforcement to pursue charges against sex offenders. It’s tougher and often controversial for law enforcement to pursue charges against those who ignore or enable sex offenses. But it’s crucial that both those who commit AND those who conceal sex crimes be punished. Judy Jones, SNAP Midwest Associate Director, USA, 636-433-2511. snapjudy@gmail****, (SNAP, the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests) SNAP has more than 15,000 members who were molested by nuns, rabbis, bishops, ministers, teachers and victims of summer camps, athletic programs, Boy Scouts, etc.

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