CA--New child sex abuse suit filed vs. school
New Child Sex Abuse Lawsuit Filed Against School
Predatory Principal Pled Guilty & Was Just Sentenced
But Judge Wouldn’t Let Mom Read Statement in Court
Victim and Parent Will Speak Publicly for First Time
What: At a press conference, the parent of a child who is a sexual abuse victim of Robert Adams, former principal and owner of Creative Frontiers elementary school in Citrus Heights, California will
--announce that her daughter is filing a new civil abuse and cover up lawsuit against school officials,
--voice her displeasure over the plea agreement the Sacramento County District Attorney made weeks ago with the admitted predatory teacher who assaulted her daughter, and
-- read a statement that she was not allowed to read by the judge in court at the sentencing.
When: Wednesday, June 8 at 12:30 p.m.
Where: At the Law office of Joseph C. George, 601 University Avenue, Suite 230, Sacramento
Who: The parent of a childhood sexual abuse victim of Robert Adams and her 25-year-old daughter who was sexually abused while at Creative Frontiers school in 1996-1997.
Why: “At least five of the six named victims in the criminal complaint were and remain very disappointed in the plea agreement that the District Attorney made with Robert Adams. They were and remain confused about why felony counts were reduced to misdemeanors after the felony charges were pending for four years,” said attorney Dr. Joseph C. George, who represents four victims of Robert Adams.
50 State AG Call for Grand Jury
Any investigation must be:
- independent of and separate from the church
- must have subpoena powers and ability to compel testimony under oath
Anything short of these criteria is a sham and whitewash.
In addition, write letters to the editor, make phone calls to politicians as they can apply pressure to keep them responsive to our demand. We need to make efforts to ensure that they follow up on what the state is doing to investigate these crimes.
Note to Letter Writers
Use your own words and style of writing. Cut and paste from the templates as you wish. Include your experiences, whether as a survivor or as a member of the community. And relate your letter to the state you were abused in or state now living in.