People who were sexually abused in childhood are too late to sue, say top lawyers. The Establishment protects its own.


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Most people who were sexually abused in childhood are too late to sue, say top lawyers


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One Response to “People who were sexually abused in childhood are too late to sue, say top lawyers. The Establishment protects its own.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    So our babies are their target.

    The rules of their game are totally biased to make them free to repeat their crimes again & again.

    we the many are their food

    we know who they are?

    satan at play!

    Keep Name-ing & Shame-ing NOW

    HETT

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