Into the liars’ den: Albany leaders must hear and heed sex-abuse victims' demands for justice
New Yorkers are soon to discover whether the scarring of child sex abuse counts for a damn in a state capital dominated by money.
Men and women who were prey to adults will walk the Legislature on Tuesday and Wednesday to lobby for relaxation of statutes of limitation that all but rule out prosecutions and civil suits against pedophiles.
They will press their cases alongside pleaders for other legislation — many of whom are accompanied by highly paid, door openers. For starters, they must . . .